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Mr. Versatility

By Patti Arnold

Matt Pierpont was breaking in his new purple tennis shoes Tuesday, quickly adopting the colors of the Grand Junction Rockies. “I just got ‘em,” he said. “I like ‘em.” Chances are, fans are going to like ...


Ready for the Carpocalypse

By Dave Buchanan

Except for the southwest corner of the state, where most of the snowpack (such as it was again this year) has melted, there still remains a few weeks between runoff and clear water. That’s OK with a handful of local anglers who know ...

Sports Briefs, June 10, 2014

By Staff

Gymnastics KidzPlex has 10 all-around winners at Best of the West Invitational Ten KidzPlex gymnasts won all-around titles in the KidzPlex Best of the West Invitational this past weekend. Jaedyn Daugherty placed first all-around (37.9) in ...


What you need to know before going carp fishing

By Dave Buchanan

Under the general heading of “Know Before You Go,” having at least some idea of how and where to catch carp will be of service prior to Saturday’s Carpocalypse 2014. This is the one-day carp-only fly fishing tournament held ...

Local gymnastics results, June 10, 2014

By Staff

Best of the West Invitational KidzPlex results Bronze A Ryan Laible: 1st beam (9.5), 1st floor (9.4), 1st all-around (36.8). Ali Carr: 1st bars (9.4), 3rd beam (9.0), 3rd floor (9.25), 3rd all-around (36.45). Bronze B McKenzie Parks: 1st ...


West Elk to add 50 miners

By Dennis Webb

A contract mining company says it is hiring 50 people to work in Arch Coal’s West Elk Mine near Somerset, along with 30 others for specialty work in western United States locations. Kaydee Bartlett, manager of the Grand Junction office ...

Vets could get private-care option

By Gary Harmon

A measure that would allow veterans who are on a waiting list or who live in a rural area to seek private medical care passed the U.S. House on Tuesday on a 426-0 vote. The vote followed by a day the release of an internal Department of ...

GJ Lions donate

By Emily Shockley

The Grand Junction Lions Club awarded more than $22,000 to two local organizations Tuesday at a club meeting at Two Rivers Convention Center. The KidSight Program and Central High School baseball are the first of 10 organizations to get a ...

Delta County child-care costs high

By Emily Shockley

An analysis of Colorado child care costs released Tuesday found preschool-age child care in Delta County are some of the costliest in the state for single mothers. Three family research and advocacy groups — The Women’s Foundation ...

Magazine hails energy firm’s gas discovery

By Dennis Webb

Many years, Oil and Gas Investor magazine has to look offshore to find the project most deserving of its Best Discovery award. Not this year. The magazine discovered what it was looking for far inland, in western Colorado’s Piceance ...

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