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Jussel: Who knows who Broncos will pick in NFL draft

By Rick Jussel

Draft Day: It’s better than all birthdays except 16 and 21, better than Super Bowl Sunday unless your team is playing and better than Christmas unless you are 10 or younger. Draft Day has become so big it is now actually seven rounds of ...

Fighters ready for Cage Wars XII at Mesa

By Nick Walter

Mixed martial arts is back at Colorado Mesa University. Cage Wars XII is Saturday at Brownson Arena. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and fights start at 7 p.m. Tickets are $30 general admission and $40 reserved seating and are available at the door, ...


Grady wins Desert Rats race after leaders take different path

By Nick Walter

At the second aid station, 9.2 miles into the Desert Rats Trailrunning Festival on Saturday, the leaders in the 25-mile race scattered. It wasn’t their choice. Sometimes in trail running, it just happens. Focus on rhythm and mindsets ...

Area Taco Bells want to support local events, not Denver promotions

By Nick Walter

Whether they’re fans of inexpensive tacos, the Colorado Rockies or both, some western Colorado residents have expressed their disdain for Grand Junction Taco Bells not participating in a Rockies-Taco Bell promotion. The promotion varies ...

Timeout, April 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 ...

GJ’s Reeves places 2nd in whitewater slalom

By Dave Buchanan

Micki Reeves of Grand Junction recently finished second in the women’s C1 non-Olympic competition at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trial for whitewater slalom in Charlotte, N.C. Reeves’ finish in the three-day competition earned her ...


Joel Arellano ready to run 25 miles in bomb disposal suit

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Joel Arellano wanted to train for a very special race, so he turned to a good friend for advice. The 39-year-old Grand Junction Fire Department captain is running in the Gemini Adventures Desert Rats Trail Running Festival on Saturday on the ...


Scenic scamper

By Nick Walter

It’s called Andy’s Loop, a roughly two-mile stretch of mostly downhill, rocky, slippery slope. It is the first and nastiest section that greeted runners Saturday morning for the Widowmaker Trail Run. For Elizabeth Schnittker, it ...


Up to the Challenge

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Colorado Mesa University cycling coach Rick Crawford was involved in helping Durango get a stage of the 2012 USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Now, the former Fort Lewis College coach and Durango resident hopes to help bring a stage to Grand ...

Jussel: Poor score on Wonderlic won’t hurt pro prospect

By Rick Jussel

Bits ‘n’ pieces: I was going to write an outstanding column for today, but I only scored a 4 on my Wonderlic test, thus will have to be satisfied using my God-given physical talents. Type, magic fingers, type. Seriously now, who ...

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