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Showing his Hustle: Hemstad outpaces Koch to win Highline Hustle

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The new guy was too fast. Erik Hemstad, who moved to Grand Junction about a year ago, was too much for defending Highline Hustle champion Kevin Koch to keep pace with. Hemstad, 29, of Grand Junction took first place in the eighth annual ...


Gladiators improve to 4-0 with rout

By Staff

The Grand Junction Gladiators minor-league football team defeated the Rapid City (S.D.) Rough Riders 65-0 at Stocker Stadium on Saturday night. The Gladiators improved to 4-0. “We want to show there’s football on the Western ...


Clutch shot

By Nick Walter

Chris Berg remembers it being the kind of shot that would be impossible to leave short. So, on the No. 5 hole at Bookcliff Country Club, it was cup or bust. Berg, a 25-year-old Fruita Monument High School graduate facing what he said was a ...


Clinging to hope

By Tim Harty

It was a normal jump, an easy one for veteran motocross riders such as Doug Simon, and Simon was having some fun, engaged in a little battle with a buddy during a Sports Riders Association of Colorado motocross event May 13 at Grand Junction ...

Grand Mesa Grind showcases Palisade biking possibilities

By Nick Walter

With a climb of 4,800 feet over 35 miles, the mountain bike race heads up the base of Grand Mesa, into desert, and then over Horse Mountain. So, like a news release for the Grand Mesa Grind says: “Think you’re tough?” The ...

Men’s, women’s champs return for Highline Hustle

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They enjoyed the Highline Hustle so much they decided to return. Men’s overall champion Kevin Koch and women’s overall champion Mandy Harter are registered to compete in the eighth annual sprint triathlon at 7:30 a.m. Saturday at ...

Longtime CWA player Rognmoe is back for more

By Nick Walter

Flowers and plants were the gift of choice. Or the advance apology. Bob Rognmoe and about a dozen Denver buddies would drive 250 miles each year for the Home Loan Colorado West Amateur golf tournament. The foliage was something like hush ...

Timeout, June 6, 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 ...


Weekly Rim Rock Rodeo returns to Fruita

By Tim Harty

Let the ridin’ and ropin’ begin. The cowboys and cowgirls are ready to compete for another summer in Fruita as the Jim Dible Oil Fruita Rim Rock Rodeo begins its 2012 season tonight. The rodeo will take place every Tuesday night ...


Rams awakening

By Nick Walter

On numerous fronts, there is an awakening going on in Colorado State University athletics, and on Wednesday, CSU’s RamStorming Tour rolled into the Grand Junction Courtyard Marriott, where the newest head coaches of the school’s ...

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