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Upchurch’s visit to GJ gives hope to cancer patients

By Jon Mitchell

Rick Upchurch has had plenty of his own problems to worry about since he was diagnosed with leukemia in 2011. That, however, hasn’t stopped him from worrying about others. “This is my way of being able to give back,” said ...


The first step

By Jon Mitchell

Lyle Wilkens is trying to go places by playing hockey. Needless to say, he’s happy he doesn’t have to go very far to have that chance. “I love it,” said Wilkens, a senior at Fruita Monument High School and a right wing ...

GJ’s Hoffman struggles in Ironman

By The Associated Press

KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii — Germany’s Jan Frodeno won the Ironman World Championship on Saturday, pulling away in the bike leg in scorching conditions for his first victory in the event. The 34-year-old Frodeno completed the 2.4-mile ...

Timeout, Oct. 7, 2015

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event to 970-244-8578, email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; i=i-1){ if (l[i].substring(0, 1) == ' ') output += ...


‘They help keep me going’

By Jon Mitchell

SILT — Jenny LaBaw has put a lot of things in perspective during her 500-mile trek, including the overall distance she’s running. “I ran the Colorado Marathon (in Fort Collins) back in 2006 and swore that I’d never run ...


Young (at heart) pedalers

By Jon Mitchell

Bob Shaver didn’t hesitate in describing the way he feels about the road bike he used during the fourth annual Icon Tour of the Moon Grand Cycling Classic on Saturday morning. “This is my anti-aging machine,” said the ...


A Monument-al ride

By Dale Shrull

For those who have ridden it, they never forget it. For those who want to ride it, it’s near the top of their bucket list. The bicycle ride is Colorado National Monument and on Saturday, more than 2,200 cyclists will take off from ...


‘I thought I was 
going to die’

By Jon Mitchell

John Arledge came to realize this past May that his backyard — a place he’d vowed to have before he started a family — is someplace he might never get to see again. The former Palisade High School football coach and current ...

Western Slope dealing with soccer ref shortage, New Castle to host clinic

By Matt Meyer

There’s a lack of qualified soccer referees on the Western Slope and the Colorado Soccer Association is looking to change that. Michelle Tripp, director of marketing and communications for the CSA, said there are not enough soccer ...

Powderhorn to host running event on Color Sunday

By Staff

Color Sunday is coming to Powderhorn Mountain Resort. The annual event celebrates the changing of colors in the high country with a number of events this Sunday. There will be two running races, the 10K Thigunawat Trail race and the 3K ...

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