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Maurer’s mission

By Dale Shrull

Three things have been the compass points for Marc Maurer as he’s navigated through life. For most of his 53 years, mountains, family and religion have guided the Western Slope native. Maurer is in Nepal this week, where he plans to ...

CMU rugby for video

Colorado Mesa women’s rugby team

By Dale Shrull

Colorado Mesa University women’s rugby team is good and physical.  ...


Fruita’s Ament climbs into Boulder Sports Hall of Fame

By Dale Shrull

For more than 40 years, Boulder was at the center of Pat Ament’s life. Now, he will be inducted into the Boulder Sports Hall of Fame. Ament, who has lived in Fruita for more than 15 years, spent much of his life ascending some of the ...

Timeout, Sept. 25, 2013

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 += ...


Dwarf cars fit Ross just fine

By Allen Gemaehlich

Jim Ross bought his dwarf racing car a couple of years ago. Now, the Delta man is a Thunder Mountain Raceway track champion, although he downplayed his season a bit. “It was merely a win of attrition,” Ross said. ...

Brenton in main event at Cage Wars

By Matt Meyer

Jason “The Showstopper” Brenton is back at Cage Wars. After fighting — and winning — during the most recent Cage Wars events in Grand Junction, Brenton will face Ogden, Utah, fighter Pat Reeves in a featherweight main ...


The wheel world

By Dale Shrull

Ed Chamberlin powered his way to a pair of national titles, and now he’s shifted his focus to an even bigger event — the worlds. Chamberlin will compete in the UCI Masters Road World Championships in Trento, Italy, later this ...


Racing unites ‘gaggle of Umbergers’

By Allen Gemaehlich

Racecar drivers are often referred to as gear heads. They spend all their free time tinkering with their hobby, even when there are household chores that need addressed. This tradition goes so far back in the Umberger family, racing and ...


Despite mucky ground, finals a dream come true

By Matt Meyer

The rodeo arena floor at the Mesa County Fairgrounds was more water than dirt Sunday. A small lake formed where riders at the Colorado Pro Rodeo Association Finals usually warm up and cool down, and the competition area was caked with mud ...

Colorado pro rodeo finals at Mesa County Fairgrounds this weekend

By Dale Shrull

A number of local rodeo pros will compete in the year’s final Colorado Professional Rodeo Association championship rodeo this weekend. The event is scheduled for today through Sunday at the Mesa County Fairgrounds and features more than ...

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