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Loss of quilts an unfortunate pattern

By Sherida Warner

A prize-winning quilt handmade by Janet Atkins hasn’t been seen since February, yet she still hopes her cherished work of art, titled “Kaaterskill,” will come home to her studio in Coxsackie, N.Y. Atkins had sent it to the ...


Death Notices, Sept. 4, 2011

By Staff

Violet “Mae” Bishop, 81, Fruita, died Sept. 2, 2011, at Mesa Manor Care and Rehabilitation. Private services will be later. She was a homemaker. Survivors include two sons, Gerald Wayne of Grand Junction and James Eugene of ...


3 of 38 reps on education panel hail from Western Slope

By Charles Ashby

Despite promising to reach out to the entire state in everything he does, Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed a 38-member panel last week that includes three Western Slope people. Actually, it’s only two if you don’t count one of ...


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GJ rallies to finish perfect at Peach Fuzz

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The Grand Junction High School girls softball team was tested Saturday in the Peach Fuzz Invitational. The Tigers grabbed an early lead against Thomas Jefferson, which rallied to tie the game before Grand Junction answered to win 14-4 at the ...


Hawkins’ hat trick paces scoring binge for Palisade

By Staff

Palisade’s Brett Hawkins scored three goals Saturday to lead the Bulldogs’ boys soccer team to an 8-2 victory over Bayfield. Spencer Jackson, Conner Carey, Alex Gutierrez, Joe Talbott and Keino Davis each scored a goal for ...


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Induction into Hawkeyes’ Hall of Fame means a lot to Duane Banks

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Duane Banks laughs about how he got the biggest break of his coaching career. Baseball coach Dick Schultz had just taken over as the head basketball coach at the University of Iowa for Ralph Miller, who was hired at Oregon. Banks, an ...


Front line lifts Colorado Mesa VB team to split

By Staff

The first victory as Colorado Mesa University goes to the volleyball team, which defeated Southwestern Oklahoma in five games Saturday during the Oredigger Classic in Golden. The Mavericks claimed a 21-25, 25-23, 24-19, 19-25, 15-6 victory in ...


Colorado Mesa Soccer Results, Saturday, Sept. 3

By Staff

Cal State L.A. 3, Colorado Mesa 0 Men Saturday at Los Angeles Halftime: Cal State L.A. 3, Colorado Mesa 0 Goals: Antti Arvola, CSULA (Timo Schwar, Jason Swope), 18:44; Marc Hess, CSULA, 21:37; Rosario Bras, CSULA (Jordan Payne), ...


Colorado Mesa Volleyball Results, Saturday, Sept. 3

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 3,  SW Oklahoma 2 Saturday at Golden Colorado Mesa def. Southwestern Oklahoma 21-25, 25-23, 25-19, 19-25, 15-6 Kills: SW Oklahoma 52 (Sanders 19), Colo. Mesa 67 (Regimbal 17, McCormick 16, Hess 11, Beaty 10). Solo blocks: ...


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Being part of caravan from Gunnison to Aspen in USA Pro Cycling Challenge a treat

By Scott Mercier

When the USA Pro Cycling Challenge rolled through Colorado last week my wife and I decided to catch a few of the stages. We went to Crested Butte to take in the atmosphere and to watch the only true uphill finish of the race. We had VIP ...


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