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Clay pigeons were sitting ducks for Idaho archer

By Tim Harty

A perfect start to the 2012 Big Sky Open didn’t count toward his points in the annual archery tournament. What Tony Harbaugh did was impressive, nonetheless. Harbaugh, from Jerome, Idaho, picked off clay pigeon after clay pigeon, 20 in ...


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Having fun

By Nick Walter

It’s been eight years since Kianna Colaizzi sprung high off the trampoline, and, as a couple adults were bounding as well, set a stiff left arm on the trampoline. Her arm broke and elbow dislocated. She was 4. In the next year, she said ...


GJ’s Whiteley will try to win at Bandimere for 5th straight year

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Jim Whiteley and the YNot Racing team puts a four-year win streak on the line this weekend in the Lucas Oil Drag Racing Series Thunder on the Mountain Central Regional at Bandimere Speedway in Morrison, just outside Denver. Qualifying began ...


Swimmers flood town for GJ Invitational

By Nick Walter

Almost 400 swimmers from along the Western Slope will be at the El Pomar Natatorium Friday through Sunday for the Grand Junction Invitational. There will be 10 to 15 club teams with swimmers up to 19 years of age from towns such as Aspen, ...


Timeout, June 13, 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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Big Sky Open will draw top archers to GJ

By Dave Buchanan

Many of the nation’s top archers along with the best of the Western Slope and surrounding states are expected for the 32nd Big Sky Open archery tournament Friday-Sunday at the DoubleTree Hotel, 743 Horizon Drive. The three-day ...


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Robbins grabs title with final-round recovery

By Tim Harty

Brandon Bingaman watched each of the other three competitors in the final group make a push, but none of them could maintain momentum. So, on a day in which his game was slightly off, it looked like he might have done enough to capture the ...


Schnell overtakes Hiatt to win Grand Mesa Grind

By Nick Walter

The two leaders finally met about a quarter of the way up Horse Mountain. A nod of their heads, and they were riding seat to seat. The dryness and heat, the scraping and sandy wind over rocky terrain, proved to be a battering heavyweight. Both ...


Bingaman takes lead into final round at CWA

By Tim Harty

One of his college coaches is breathing down his neck. A friend and fellow collegiate golfer shot the day’s best round and pulled within two strokes. And six other players are within seven strokes of him, which he knows from personal ...


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Showing his Hustle: Hemstad outpaces Koch to win Highline Hustle

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The new guy was too fast. Erik Hemstad, who moved to Grand Junction about a year ago, was too much for defending Highline Hustle champion Kevin Koch to keep pace with. Hemstad, 29, of Grand Junction took first place in the eighth annual ...


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