Page 140 of 159

Reeves serves as advocate for slalom canoe racing

By Staff

Micki Reeves loved being on the river. She’d tried her hand at kayaking, but as she developed shoulder problems three years ago, her interest waned. A year and a half ago she found a new water sport. “I met a local family whose ...

Aubert, Hayward enjoy U.S. Open

By {screen_name}

They had such a good time at one professional tennis tournament, they began to dream — big. After spending a few days with their husbands watching the BNP Paribas Open professional tennis tournament in California several months ago, ...

Tactical Strength Challenge is Saturday at Ridgeline Fitness

By {screen_name}

Strength competitions are usually geared to pair people by weight or size. The heavyweights compete with the heavyweights and the lightweights with the lightweights. For Saturday’s Tactical Strength Challenge at Ridgeline Fitness, the ...

Briefs: Sports Timeout Sept. 25, 2009

By {screen_name}

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 ...


Legg finds his own path in MMA

By Staff

Judah Legg was burned out on basketball. After four years of high school and two years of junior college ball, the sport just didn’t hold the same appeal any more. He knew, however, he wanted to do something ...


CrossFit an intense workout with ‘less is more’ approach

By Staff

Austin Mullenix never really knows what he’s in for when preparing for his daily workout. The 23-year-old Grand Junction resident is a member at CrossFit Red, a new workout facility at 623 Colorado Ave., which puts its clients through ...

Dart throwers on the mark in Vegas

By Staff

Few darts teams in the world can claim the success Mesa Amusements had at last month’s Medalist World Championship Dart Tournament in Las Vegas. Competing at the Texas Station Casino, the 30 members representing Mesa Amusements hauled ...

Rodeo bulldog 9-20-9

Cooper excels at team roping

By Staff

Rodeo competitors normally rely on two things — themselves and their horse. The exception to that rule is the roping events, in which there is another element that must be factored in for a roper to be successful: a good partner. Cole ...


Injuries can’t keep Loma’s Jimmy Allen from doing what he loves: wrestling steer

By Staff

Jimmy Allen tried to stay away from the rodeo. After a severe injury to his right knee four years ago, the Loma resident tried to put rodeo in his rearview mirror and get on with his life. “It was in my blood,” Allen said. ...

Prime ride through Palisade: Conroy, Godet couples enjoy Tour de Vineyards

By Staff

Even though they cycle a lot, the Conroys and Godets don’t enter a lot of bicycle tours. The Tour de Vineyards is one trip the Colorado Springs foursome enjoys making. For Dennis Conroy and his wife, Judy, Saturday’s 16th annual ...

Page 140 of 159


734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Subscribe to print edition
Advertiser Tearsheet

© 2015 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy