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Kart topper

By Staff

Grand Junction teenager Sabré Cook is putting herself in position to make history. The 17-year-old enters this weekend’s Superkarts! USA (SKUSA) SummerNationals event in first place in the SKUSA Pro Tour Championship series in ...


On the fast track

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Caleb and Michael Nowlin have learned a lot about racing and responsibility. The Whitewater boys do more than race their junior dragsters. They have to do the maintenance and earn some money to pay for their entry fees. It’s worth it ...

Timeout, July 18, 2012

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...

Pro Bull Riders Touring Division will compete Thursday at Mesa County Fair

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The Professional Bull Riders Touring Division makes a stop in Grand Junction on Thursday night as part of the Mesa County Fair. The evening starts with a mutton bustin’ event at 6 p.m. Bull riding begins at 6:30 p.m. A Bellamy Brothers ...

Orchard Mesa claims state title, trip to Texas

By Staff

Melissa Gellermann threw a one-hitter as the Orchard Mesa Major Girls fastpitch softball team routed Westminster 25-0 in four innings in their Little League state championship game Sunday in Kremmling. The victory sends Orchard Mesa to the ...


The next generation

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Andrew Walter and Marques Harris were back on the football field at Stocker Stadium. The former NFL players and Grand Junction High School standouts gave instruction and passed on their wisdom to the next generation Saturday during ...

Orchard Mesa wins at state

By Staff

The fielders behind Megan Rubalcaba can be forgiven if they got a little bored. The Orchard Mesa Major Girls fastpitch softball pitcher was dominant in the circle Saturday at the state tournament in Kremmling, striking out 15 of the 17 ...


Getting into sport isn’t as tough or expensive as you think

By Rachel Sauer

Among archery’s touted benefits — its status as a lifetime sport, its celebration of individual ability, its measurable results — is the fact it’s not too expensive to get into. An initial investment in a few pieces of ...

Tim Harty: Sticks and string and ... “Owwww, my eye!”

By Tim Harty

Jerry Brabec asked with a smile, “Where’s your bow?” “I don’t have one,” I said. Not since Mom took it and broke it in half. She did that to all of my bows. And all of my brothers’ bows. And all of ...


Archery finds following again with help of Hollywood

By Rachel Sauer

There were the early mornings in the forest with Gale, slipping quietly through the trees, pursuing a squirrel or a wild dog or, on a truly good day, a deer. In those moments, when Katniss Everdeen whips an arrow from its sheath and sends it ...

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