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Supporters can still help Bamford golf tournament

By Staff

With all spots filled for the Mike Bamford Foundation Memorial Golf Tournament on Saturday, supporters still can participate in the silent auction and buffet at Bookcliff Country Club. Supporters of the foundation can dine at the buffet for ...


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Youngsters jump at chance to slam into things at football camp

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There’s something about a blocking sled that begs to be hit. It didn’t matter Tuesday if the player was outweighed by the pad alone, let alone the iron frame. Nearly every one of the roughly 65 youngsters in the Mesa State Youth ...


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New York City’s Lance Leener enjoys Rocky Mountain Bike Tour

By Patrick Bahr

Living on New York City’s Upper West Side allows 51-year-old Lance Leener a chance to experience a lot of different things. But in a city of skyscrapers, Leener occasionally needs to view a different type of scenery, and found that ...


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Olson races custom-built Blazer to win at Lands End Hill Climb

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The ‘old beast’ is back. More than 15 years since Jim Olson ran his custom-built 1993 Chevrolet Blazer, his son, Jimmy Olson, has it back out and racing in the Colorado Hill Climb Association (CHCA) events. Jimmy Olson ...


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Mesa County Junior FB Association teams get some tips from Mavericks

By Patrick Bahr

After much discussion, two Grand Valley football programs finally got together on the field. Saturday’s Mavericks Kickoff Classic brought together the Mesa County Junior Football Association and the Mesa State College football team at ...


Father’s influence drives Steven Whiteley in drag racing

By Scott Schlaufman

From the moment he was born, Steven Whiteley has been around drag racing. “Before I was even born my dad raced,” said Steven, the son of National Hot Rod Association top alcohol dragster Jim Whiteley. “When I was old enough, ...


USA Pro Cycling Challenge viewing parties will give novices a chance to learn

By Staff

Chris Brown admits watching professional cycling on television can be difficult. It’s not baseball, basketball or football. Cycling’s roots — and the general audience — are across the pond. But with the USA Pro ...


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Bob’s Knob has become a favorite place to watch cars race up Lands End

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Craig Kendall originally came to watch the cars race up Lands End Road. He found more than a race. The Grand Junction man found a favorite spot and a racing friend eight years ago. Kendall and Lori Martsolf sit near ‘Bob’s ...


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Six-time champion Paul Dallenbach returns to Lands End Hill Climb

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Paul Dallenbach has the all-time course record, but this year he could barely hold off his nephew. The six-time Pikes Peak International Hill Climb champion and Lands End Hill Climb record holder from Basalt returned to Lands End for the ...


Outdoor ice rink looking for backers: Open date is Nov. 1

By Patrick Bahr

An outdoor ice rink in Grand Junction is moving closer to reality. But first, Ice Skating Inc. needs a little help. The group is attempting to raise $225,000 to fund the facility that plans to have outdoor ice for hockey in early ...


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