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Seniors help Mavs rout Westminster

By Matt Meyer

Senior Austin Pridham capped his final home game with the Colorado Mesa men’s lacrosse team Friday with a hat trick, and sophomore Jake Douglas added four goals in a 22-9 drubbing of Westminster (Utah) College. The Griffins are members ...


Five ways to get out and ride

By Julie Norman

Spring has sprung, with windy days and unpredictable temperatures. None of that, however, will keep us dedicated mountain bikers and hikers off of the trails. We’ll be out there, wind or no, every weekend from now until it snows again, ...

Plewe’s 76 enough to beat field

By Staff

Three Montrose High School players placed in the top 11, leading the Indians to the team title of the Aspen Invitational girls golf tournament Friday at River Valley Ranch Golf Club. Montrose finished with a team score of 277 on a windy day ...


A successful climb

By Dale Shrull

There were 14, then four, then there were two racing for the finish Friday. Littleton’s Travis Furman has a simple philosophy when it comes to bicycle racing. “I always say, ‘You gotta risk it to get the biscuit,’ ...

Mesa softball loses DH at Chadron St.

By Staff

There’s still a chance, albeit a very slim chance, the Colorado Mesa softball team can win the RMAC regular-season championship today. After dropping both games Friday, 6-3 to Metro State and 6-5 to Chadron State, the Mavericks must ...

Downtown boards will be managed 
by two directors

By Greg Ruland

The board in charge of downtown capital improvements and special events in Grand Junction plans to hire two people to do the job previously performed by one. The nine-member board that oversees both the Downtown Development Authority and the ...


Planes, pilots, cops and all things cool enthrall special-needs kids

By Gary Harmon

Spencer Robbiano threw two thumbs up after meeting U.S. Navy Lt. Cmdr. Josh Cassada on Friday, exclaiming, “Awesome!” Robbiano, 9, and other Wingate Elementary School students were among some 400 children from across western ...

Religion Briefs, April 25, 2015

By Staff

‘Powers of the Universe’ on May 28 Spiritual University Spring Term will feature “Powers of the Universe” by Brian Swimme, taking place from 6–8 p.m. Thursdays through May 28 at Church of the Nativity, 2175 ...

For The Record, April 25, 2015

By Staff

BIRTHS     Delta County Memorial Hospital 
    Ballard and Jessic Bayles, Hotchkiss, a son, April 7. Lio and Pada Gomez, Montrose, a son,  April 7. Wesley and Savanna Gowen, Delta, a daughter,  April ...

Rabbit reproduction related to musical scale? Let us count the ways

By Gary McCallister

My granddaughter’s rabbits had babies. Not too surprising, considering they are rabbits. Still, it was a great event for her, as she has been studying rabbits in 4-H. A lot of people are interested in rabbits, I guess, and it has been ...

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