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Mavericks complete four-game sweep of Regis

By Allen Gemaehlich

Kyle Davis threw another gem for the Colorado Mesa baseball team, and the offense provided plenty of fireworks. The Mavericks completed a four-game series sweep of Regis with an 11-2 victory Monday afternoon at Suplizio Field. “The ...

Robinson, Brandon tabbed as SWL Players of the Year

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School boys and girls basketball teams swept the Southwestern League awards for player of the year and coach of the year. Tigers standout guard Sydni Brandon, the SWL leader in assists (4.3) and steals (4.9) per game ...

Denver’s free-agent possibilities endless

By Rick Jussel

The best part of the National Football League season — unless, of course, your team is up 30 points in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl — starts today with the opening of free agency. It’s the Fourth of July, Christmas ...


Final splash: Martin chasing national title

By Allen Gemaehlich

Brock Martin grew up in a family of wrestlers. Martin wrestled, too, but he started out in gymnastics. “My mom put me in gymnastics because I was bouncing off the walls and jumping off couches,” Martin said. “She put me in ...

Lawmakers spar over how best to bully bullies

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Lawmakers didn’t disagree that cyberbullying has been a major problem for the state’s youth, or that a bill that won preliminary approval in the Colorado House on Monday should become law. But there was strenuous ...


Avalon ensures quality experience for hearing impaired

By Greg Ruland

Hearing experts have completed installation of a wire array at the Avalon Theatre that will take audio from on-stage performances directly into the heads of the hearing impaired. The hearing loop system, valued at more than $30,000, will be ...

Health Briefs, March 11, 2014

By Staff

Olive oil makes healthy food better Everyone wants to eat healthy, but not everyone knows how to make healthy foods taste great. That’s why the Colorado Chiropractic & Muscle Care Healthy Living Series is offering at 6 p.m. today ...

Group: Feds should boost mineral royalties

By Gary Harmon

While the campaign to export liquefied natural gas gains momentum, one organization says the federal government charges too little for minerals extracted from federal lands. Industry officials countered that it’s already difficult ...

Group combats trafficking in human beings

By Emily Shockley

The phrase human trafficking often conjures images of forced labor and sexual slavery in urban, often far-away places. But a local group says the practice may well be happening right here in Mesa County. The Western Slope Initiative to Combat ...

Business group touts its value in talk with council

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction’s four newest councilors received a primer in the workings of the Grand Junction Economic Partnership a day before today’s quarterly meeting between the two agencies. Some councilors at a meeting last week ...

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