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High school, college golfers gain knowledge at RMO

By Staff

After Friday’s opening round at the Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open, Fruita Monument High School senior Joey Saad had one goal on his mind — a nap. Saad competed in high school events Monday, Wednesday and Thursday before entering the ...

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Wind storm creates some excitement after RMO pro-am

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There were plenty of birdies and a little electricity. Shortly after play finished Thursday afternoon in the 73rd annual Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open Pro-am, the wind picked up and created some excitement that was unmatched on the golf ...


Portie to defend title at Rocky Mountain Open

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The oldest open golf tournament in Colorado features one of the hottest golfers in the state. The Enstrom Rocky Mountain Open, in its 73rd year, begins today with the pro-am at Tiara Rado Golf Course. Friday through Sunday at Tiara Rado and ...

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Laying the foundation: Revamp hits full-tilt as stadium project pushes ahead of schedule

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The stadium project at Lincoln Park is going vertical. Since the old pressbox and stands were demolished, much of the work hasn’t been noticeable as you drive past the stadium, but don’t let that fool you. Workers with FCI ...

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Cyclists on Colorado Rocky Mountain Bicycle Tour enjoy challenge, seeing the sights

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Denise Linn couldn’t help but feel a bit of pride riding her bicycle along with others over some of Colorado’s mountain passes. It wasn’t so much a sense of accomplishment as it was seeing others enjoy the fifth annual ...

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Disc golf course at Fruita Riverside Park finally open

By Patrick Bahr

It’s time to let it fly. The 18-hole disc golf course at Fruita Riverside Park is open. The course at Snooks Bottom has all 18 holes available and ready for play. “It’s really a good course,” John Bird, the co-owner ...

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Elite Player Development Program designed to help players succeed

By Scott Schlaufman

On the first day of the Colorado Youth Soccer Elite Player Development Program Summer Developmental Camp, Nate Schotts made a decision that didn’t sit well with all the parents. Friday, under the sun at Canyon View Park, Schotts and his ...

GJ Parks and Recreation department all about fun

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction Parks and Recreation department tries to offer something for everyone, even if that someone is a clown. One of the more unique programs this fall is clowning, with Lorie Gregor teaching people how to become a ...

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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