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Going long

By Matt Meyer

Staring at 50 uninterrupted meters of water in front of the starting blocks can be daunting for those unfamiliar with long-course swimming. But in truth, the challenges don’t come all at once. They add up over the course of a race. ...


Orchard Mesa Major Girls continue their winning ways
 at Little League state tourney

By Jon Mitchell

Juliette Stewart sings to herself when she’s pitching, and her teammates know exactly what she sings. They know the song so well that they hummed the Logan Paul tune Saturday after Stewart pitched two innings of relief in Orchard ...

Collbran’s Wallace sets big goals for bull-riding season

By Dale Shrull

It’s known as Cowboy Christmas, when cowboys can make lots of money with their sights set on qualifying for the National Finals Rodeo. Around July 4, there are a number of rodeos scattered around Colorado, Wyoming, Montana and other ...


8-second beginnings

By Dale Shrull

Quinten Hayden was tossed, turned and yanked around like a rag doll, but a cranky bull named Blue Duck couldn’t get the pesky cowboy off his back. After 8 seconds of clockwise twirling and bucking, Hayden pumped his fist and flashed a ...


Having a racquet

By Matt Meyer

In only three years, Matt Miller went from racquetball newbie to a competitor at the USA Racquetball Junior Olympics Championships. Miller, along with Lily Caldwell, finished among the top four in their respective divisions at the competition ...


One of the Boys

By Jon Mitchell

The decision to turn down playing Challenger Baseball was an easy one for Dustin Guerrieri to make. The soon-to-be Palisade High School freshman has been diagnosed with what his mother, Jackie, said is a mild case of autism as well as ...

Timeout, July 12, 2017

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event to 970-244-8578, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; i=i-1){ if (l[i].substring(0, 1) == ' ') output += ...

Viral challenge helps 17Strong Foundation reach its goals

By Patti Arnold

Ryan Teixeira knew what he wanted to do with his life. “After his surgery when the tumor was removed he woke up and looked at his mom and me and said, ‘I know what we’re going to do. We’re going to do victory ...

Dave Warmack, coach of championship-winning GJHS football team, dies

By Staff

Dave Warmack, who coached the Grand Junction High School football team to a state championship in 1988 and a runner-up finish in 1985, died July 6 in Paw Paw, Michigan, after a battle with cancer. The former Tigers’ football coach was ...


Physical limits tested 
at Train to Hunt event

By Dale Shrull

They came from all over the country, as far away as Florida. And, at some point on Saturday or Sunday, every single competitor had some level of regret about this decision. As their lungs begged for more oxygen, their legs packed with pain, ...

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