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Trap shooting club targets expansion

By Staff

“Pull!” For Grand Junction Trap Club President Hal “Robbie” Robbins, there is no sweeter word in the English language. “It is almost addictive, but it is a good drug,” he said. So many other locals are ...


County to focus on initiatives to stand test of time

By Staff

Mesa County Administrator Jon Peacock wants to know from the County Commission: “What legacy would you like to leave?” At a planning retreat later this month, Peacock wants the officials — Janet Rowland and Craig Meis in ...


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Bridge detour leads to confusion, frustration as some drivers choose not to follow rules

By Staff

From Danny Merrill’s balcony at 396 Monument Road, he could probably throw a baseball over the construction on the Monument Road Bridge. To retrieve that baseball, he’d have to get in his car and drive more than seven miles around ...


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Decree gives park water right

By Dave Buchanan

The last day of 2008 also brought the end of Colorado’s longest-running water-rights contest. On Dec. 31, state water court Judge Stephen Patrick in Montrose signed a decree finalizing a water right for the Black Canyon of the Gunnison ...


Homework: Student Voices January 12, 2009

By Staff

Students at Fruita Middle School and Fruita Monument High School comment on bullying, spoiled kids in America and graduation requirements.  Two students from West Middle School argue for and against abortion.   Bullying ...


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SOW: Central High senior sets sights on career in wildlife management

By Staff

Ross McGee is a self-described outdoors enthusiast. In fact, he’s almost always thinking of how he can escape to the woods, possibly on a hunting or fishing trip. “I like everything about being out there,” McGee said. ...


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GJ girls show new attitude in win

By Patrick Bahr

A four-minute scoring drought is never a good thing. In the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team’s game Saturday against Fountain Fort-Carson, the Tigers led 12-8 heading into the second quarter. Grand Junction was hoping to ...


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Eleven point lead vanishes in overtime loss for Tigers

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction boys basketball coach Dutch Johnson sees the end of the Tigers’ game Saturday against Fountain Fort-Carson quite clearly. “They did everything right and we did everything wrong,” Johnson said. The Tigers ...


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Central wrestler keeping in touch despite distance from U.S. to Afghanistan

By Staff

Even though his father is half a world away, Mical Kramer knows his dad is keeping track of what he does on the wrestling mat. Mical Kramer got used to having his father, Frank, being an active part of his athletic career. As a Central High ...


Montrose wins own tourney

By Staff

MONTROSE — If there’s a tournament that a wrestling team hopes to win during the regular season, it would be its own invitational. Winning four matches in the championship round goes a long way toward that quest. Montrose ...


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