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Bleeding pink: Swimmers show support for Terri Hermes in fight against cancer

By Patrick Bahr

Terri Hermes has given a lot to the Grand Junction swim community. Hermes, 49, is the head coach for several age groups of the Grand Junctions Dolphins Swim Club as well as organizing the Dolphins’ swim schools. But for as involved as ...


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Big Sky participant Thomas hooked on archery

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Janet Thomas checked her “accomplishment list” about a year ago. With a “big” birthday approaching, she’d been ticking off things she’s tried over the years. At the top of the list: archery. “This is ...


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Swimming diversity: Swim teams come from all over for Grand Junction Dolphin Invitational

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction Dolphin Invitational Swim Meet showcases swimmers from far and wide. Friday at the El Pomar Natatorium, the 56th annual swim meet featured 363 swimmers from 23 different teams ranging from Juneau, Alaska, to Wyoming to the ...


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Racing in the desert: Responsibility a key focus for Bookcliff Rattlers

By Patrick Bahr

Adventure seekers can find just about anything to fuel their adrenaline rush on the Western Slope, from mountain biking world-class trails to kayaking or rafting the Colorado or Gunnison rivers. The Bookcliff Rattlers Motorcycle Club has been ...


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Chance to play for titles sparks move to American Legion for Gene Taylor’s

By Patrick Bahr

Motivation can be hard to come by when there isn’t something to play for at the end of the season. The Gene Taylor’s 19-and-under summer baseball team found in the past something was missing by the time late July rolled around and ...


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Pedal power: Grand Junction Motor Speedway will host criterium bike race

By Allen Gemaehlich

James Combs has participated in several bicycle criterium races. The 23-year-old, who is attending Mesa State College through a national student exchange program, found one a little different. Combs is competing in the first Grand Junction ...


Down on the farm: Locals doing well in minor leagues

By Staff

Four Western Slope high school graduates are currently playing professional baseball in the minor leagues. Here is a look at how they are doing: Kiel Roling, 1B, Tulsa Drillers: The Central High School graduate returned from the 7-day ...


Elam Classic Results, Sunday, June 13

By Staff

Elam Classic Sunday at Canyon View Park Singles Championship Final 2) Clancy Shields, Grand Junction, def. 5) Luke Shields, Grand Junction, 7-5, 6-2. Doubles Semifinals 1) Clancy Shields/Luke Shields def. 4) Chris Letcher/Oren ...


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‘Breathtaking’ Tom Trinidad fulfills his dream of riding in Colorado

By Patrick Bahr

Growing up in the Negros Island region of the Philippines, 46-year-old Tom Trinidad dreamed of one day seeing Colorado. Sunday during the first day of the Ride the Rockies, Trinidad’s dream came true, as he biked the 46-mile loop from ...


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Sibling rivalry: Clancy Shields tops brother Luke for Elam Classic title

By Allen Gemaehlich

The tables have turned. After years of getting beat by his older brother, Clancy Shields is finally getting some wins against Luke Shields. Clancy defeated Luke 7-5, 6-2 to win the 50th annual Elam Classic singles title on Sunday morning at ...


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