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Local Steelers fan can still remember the bad times

By Allen Gemaehlich

Ron Edmunds calls Grand Junction home, but his heart is in Pittsburgh. The 43-year-old has lived in the Grand Valley for 18 years after vacationing in the area with friends. He was born and raised in Steelers country and is part of a large ...


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Packers have a good, strong following in Grand Valley

By Patrick Bahr

Green Bay, Wis., is similar to Grand Junction. Both are small towns tucked away in a corner of the state away from larger metropolitan cities. And Grand Junction has its fair share of green and gold fans. “I went to Green Bay, and if ...


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‘They love to run’ Huskies lead way in exciting races on Grand Mesa

By Dave Buchanan

Joe and Sherry Horvath of Montrose apparently wouldn’t mind too much if the world really did go to the dogs. Not just any dogs, mind you, but particularly the friendly and ever-so-chatty Siberian husky, including those owned by Cheri ...


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Awards keep pouring in for GJ tennis community

By Allen Gemaehlich

The ample opportunity to learn and play tennis in Grand Junction is getting recognized. The City of Grand Junction Parks and Recreation Department is receiving the E.L. Griffey Award for Colorado organization of the year from the U.S. Tennis ...


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Grand Junction Dolphins swimmers qualify for state meet

By Allen Gemaehlich

Sam Jordan and Levi Rajnowski are just getting started in competitive swimming and learning a lot, but they have found some early rewards. The Grand Junction Dolphins swimmers qualified for the Colorado Silver State Championships (B cut state ...


Sports Briefs, Jan. 22, 2011

By Staff

Running Wacker wins Appleton Freezer Marty Wacker won his second consecutive Appleton Freezer 4-mile run in as many tries Saturday near Appleton Elementary. Wacker finished nearly one minute ahead of Jay Valentine for the title with a time ...


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The next generation: Grand Mesa Gliders teaches kids how to cross-country ski

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Mesa Gliders are the future of cross-country skiing. The four-year-old program teaches cross-country skiing and offers Nordic training to youngsters age 5 to 16 every Sunday during the winter at Skyway on Grand ...


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Ready to fight: Former Central wrestler Quintana ready for his first MMA bout

By Patrick Bahr

Jack Quintana knows he can wrestle. Now he’s out to see if he can fight. The former Central High School three-time state champion wrestler (1996-98) will compete in his first Mixed Martial Arts bout this Saturday at Cage Wars 7 at Two ...


Musgrave to be Vikings’ offensive coordinator

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It seemed Bill Musgrave’s name came up for just about every open position for an NFL offensive coordinator the past few weeks. Wednesday afternoon, after reportedly interviewing with both the Cleveland Browns and Minnesota Vikings, ...


Higher power bills put Grand Mesa Little League in a bind

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Mesa Little League is fighting the power. Grand Mesa President Dave Mantlo said the league’s Xcel power bill has risen from $500 to $2,000 a month from August to March. “We are jammed up against it,” Mantlo ...


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