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Glade Park ultra runner Adam Bechtel meets incredible challenge

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When Adam Bechtel ran track in high school, he had one goal. “Never get lapped in a race,” he said of his one-year career as a miler at Fruita Monument. “I achieved that. I wasn’t very fast.” About 10 years ago, ...


Disc golfers set to tee off at state championships in valley

By Staff

With courses on the east and west end of the Grand Valley, this weekend is a chance to showcase disc golf. Saturday and Sunday, nearly 200 professional and amateur disc golf players will play in the Colorado Disc Sports Association state ...


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Central grad Serrano to share knowlege with baseball players

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Jimmy Serrano worked hard to make his professional baseball dream become a reality. Now, the Central High School graduate wants to help young baseball players in the Grand Valley with their dreams. Serrano is directing his Top Prospect ...


Jussel: Desperate Broncos will give Chargers a tough game

By Rick Jussel

Twice each year, I think back to the way things were. I become despondent because Jay Cutler isn’t around to lead the Denver Broncos against the San Diego Chargers. You will, of course, remember the good old days when Cutler, then the ...


Change in sublease could signal Ghosts are on the move

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The Casper Ghosts haven’t been released from their lease agreement with the city of Casper, but it could happen soon. The Ghosts’ sublease agreement was reduced this past season, Casper American Legion President Cole Chuman told ...


Casper giving up the Ghosts? Rockies’ rookie club may be coming to GJ

By Staff

A minor league baseball team playing in Grand Junction appears closer to being a reality than the rumor that’s been floating for several months. City of Grand Junction and baseball officials in Grand Junction refused to confirm that the ...


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Billiards trick shot master Massey shows his repertoire

By Scott Schlaufman

With the balls racked on a table Saturday afternoon at the Brass Rail Bar and Grill, John Carroll drew his pink-trimmed cue stick back, then quickly struck the white cue ball to start a game of 8-ball. But unlike most games played at the ...


Cowboy up

By Scott Schlaufman

For most teenagers, competing in the Colorado Pro Rodeo Association State Finals would be a bit intimidating. With autograph signing sessions, large crowds and the best competition in the state, it’s a step above your normal rodeo. But ...


Colorado’s top rodeo talent in town for State Finals

By Scott Schlaufman

Bob Williams knows many of the top cowboys and cowgirls in the state don’t participate in rodeo for the money. “Most of them have full-time jobs,” said Williams, rodeo chair for the Mesa County Sheriff’s Posse. But ...


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Induction into Hawkeyes’ Hall of Fame means a lot to Duane Banks

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Duane Banks laughs about how he got the biggest break of his coaching career. Baseball coach Dick Schultz had just taken over as the head basketball coach at the University of Iowa for Ralph Miller, who was hired at Oregon. Banks, an ...


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