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GJ’s Wright on site when quake hit in New Zealand

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Susan Wright has traveled all over the world to play tennis, but she may never forget her experience two weeks ago. The Grand Junction woman was in New Zealand with the U.S. women’s 50-older tennis team for the Maria Esther Bueno Cup ...

New path keeps Skinny Tire Festival riders off main road

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There’s a new route this year for road cyclists in the annual Skinny Tire Festival. Cyclists will experience the new Moab Canyon Pathway during the annual cancer survivorship benefit ride March 12-15. Money raised during the ride ...

Jussel: Time to rebuild in Nuggetland

By Rick Jussel

Until further notice, this is the Denver Nuggets’ starting lineup: Nene at center, Kenyon Martin at power forward, J.R. Smith at small forward, Arron Afflalo at shooting guard, Ty Lawson at point guard. In the not-too-distant future, ...

Crider, Valentine to be inducted into Northern Colorado’s Hall of Fame

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They didn’t think much of it at the time, but looking back now, Jim Crider and Jay Valentine are proud of their accomplishments. Crider, a Fruita High School graduate, and Valentine, a Fruita Monument grad, made history in wrestling and ...

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Short and sweet: Matthews wins boys 200-yard butterfly at El Pomar Natatorium

By Patrick Bahr

The first half of the swimming season is coming to a close for Western Slope swimmers. Saturday at El Pomar Natatorium marked the first day of the Western Slope Winter Short Course Championships. The club swimming season stretches from ...

GJ’s Wright heading to Bueno Cup again

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Ever since Susan Wright returned to the competitive tennis circuit, she’s stayed on top of her game. The 53-year-old Grand Junction woman will play on the U.S. Maria Esther Bueno Cup team (women 50-older) beginning Monday in Ashburton, ...


Local Steelers fan can still remember the bad times

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Ron Edmunds calls Grand Junction home, but his heart is in Pittsburgh. The 43-year-old has lived in the Grand Valley for 18 years after vacationing in the area with friends. He was born and raised in Steelers country and is part of a large ...


Packers have a good, strong following in Grand Valley

By Patrick Bahr

Green Bay, Wis., is similar to Grand Junction. Both are small towns tucked away in a corner of the state away from larger metropolitan cities. And Grand Junction has its fair share of green and gold fans. “I went to Green Bay, and if ...

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‘They love to run’ Huskies lead way in exciting races on Grand Mesa

By Dave Buchanan

Joe and Sherry Horvath of Montrose apparently wouldn’t mind too much if the world really did go to the dogs. Not just any dogs, mind you, but particularly the friendly and ever-so-chatty Siberian husky, including those owned by Cheri ...

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Awards keep pouring in for GJ tennis community

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The ample opportunity to learn and play tennis in Grand Junction is getting recognized. The City of Grand Junction Parks and Recreation Department is receiving the E.L. Griffey Award for Colorado organization of the year from the U.S. Tennis ...

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