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Lost the girl, found career

By Matt Meyer

Former Central High School wrestler Andrew “The Golden Boy” Yates didn’t have the grades to pursue a college wrestling career. He was too busy chasing girls. But a girl who led him to Las Vegas also led him to Ultimate ...


Cage Wars has solid card to benefit CMU

By Tim Harty

Fans of live, mixed-martial-arts fighting can get their fix locally Saturday and help Colorado Mesa University athletics at the same time. Cage Wars XIII will take place at Colorado Mesa’s Brownson Arena, with proceeds from the event ...


Timeout, Nov. 1, 2012

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...


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Volunteers will be key to hosting Summer Games

By Patti Arnold

Julie Fite knows 2013 is going to be a little bit busier for her than usual, and that’s just fine. The Western Area manager for Special Olympics Colorado will be one of the point people for the Summer Games in Grand Junction on June ...


Timeout, Oct. 24, 2012

By Staff

Timeout guidelines: Space is reserved for area clubs, organizations, associations and nonprofit groups to announce their events, tournaments, meetings and/or leagues. Fax information at least two weeks prior to registration deadline or event ...


CMU to host state Special Olympics Summer Games

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Special Olympics Colorado announced Tuesday it is partnering with Colorado Mesa University to bring the 2013 State Summer Games to Grand Junction on June 1–2. Hosted by the University of Northern Colorado for the past decade, the Summer ...


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First SouthWest FireBreather CrossFit Regional Championship brings in athletes from five states

By Matt Meyer

Before he walked into CrossFit Junction, Angelo Archuleta referred to himself as fat, only he used more colorful language to say it. “I just walked in the door one day and didn’t leave,” Archuleta said. “Now I’m ...


Rec notes: Gear Down’s goal: Lure cyclists from out of town

By Tim Harty

An autumn economic boost is what the Rotary Club had in mind in devising the F-Town Gear Down Bike Festival in Fruita, which started Friday and continues today. Local Rotarians came up with the festival at the urging of Gov. John ...


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West Raiders win 2nd straight crown in lightweight division

By Tim Harty

Tears made their ways down the cheeks of Xavier Renteria as he stood in the end zone where the rest of his teammates gathered to celebrate Wednesday night. After two straight 10-0 seasons culminated in Mesa County Junior Football Lightweight ...


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Maestas lifts Broncos to heavyweight title

By Matt Meyer

Isaac Maestas would look a lot like Von Miller, the way the Palisade Broncos linebacker patrols the backfield ­— if Miller could kick. Maestas’ 51-yard interception return for a touchdown sparked the Broncos’ 30-12 win ...


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