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Cycling odyssey

By Dale Shrull

Day 19 was a fairly easy day. Time to sleep in a little and cruise 57 miles, mostly downhill, into Grand Junction. But first, there was a pitstop for a cool dip into the Colorado River. Four of the 25 bicyclists from the University of ...


Timeout, June 21, 2017

By Staff

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ACHIEVING GOALS

By Matt Meyer

Early on in a soccer game Sunday at the Special Olympics Colorado Summer Games, Stewart Page decided to launch a long shot from the left wing. He took a couple steps to approach the shot and whipped in a bullet. The ball bulged in the back of ...


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Olinger leads Mesa trio, wins at Colorado West Amateur

By Dale Shrull

Grant Olinger just couldn’t wrap up any of his three rounds without some major problems. But that was OK because in the end, the end result was perfectly fine with the Colorado Mesa golfer. Olinger shot a final round even-par 71 to win ...


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Pool party

By Matt Meyer

Victoria Smith is at home in the water. The 17-year-old can accomplish anything when she’s swimming. She can set goals and reach them. It’s her happy place. “Swimming, for me, has always been my release,” Smith said. ...


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Mesa magic

By Dale Shrull

It’s shaping up as a battle of Mavericks for the tournament crown and bragging rights. Three former or current Colorado Mesa golfers are all in contention to win the Major Mortgage Colorado West Amateur Championships after solid rounds ...


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Special Olympics Colorado Summer Games likely to stay in GJ

By Jon Mitchell

The way Grover Wray sees things, the only debate surrounding the longevity of the Special Olympics Colorado Summer Games in Grand Junction is how many more years the next contract will go for. “We haven’t talked about needing to ...


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‘It makes me happy’

By Matt Meyer

There’s plenty of pomp surrounding the Opening Ceremony of the Special Olympics Colorado Summer Games, but for Gabby Vigil, it’s an opportunity to make new friends. Hundreds of athletes poured in Stocker Stadium on Friday night as ...


Sports Briefs, June 8, 2017

By Staff

Baseball ‘JUCO’s Journey’ is available
at Home Loan, The Daily Sentinel “JUCO’s Journey,” a commemorative book about the Junior College World Series and its history in Grand Junction, is available ...


Timeout, June 7, 2017

By Staff

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