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Death Notice, July 7, 2014

By Staff

■ Scott Erik Nielsen, 51, Hotchkiss, died July 2, 2014, at his home. Services will be at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Taylor Funeral Service in Hotchkiss. Mr. Nielsen was a painter. Survivors include his mother, Betty of Hotchkiss; his father, ...


Three Rivers pitching too much for Monument Major Boys

By Eden Laase

The umpire’s booming voice calling out “strike!” was on repeat, a sound that pitchers never get tired of hearing. Three Rivers defeated Monument 12-2 on Sunday in the second round of the Major Boys District 1 Little League ...

MMA fighter Yates, father buy Cage Wars

By Matt Meyer

Cage Wars has new ownership. In June, Alex Trottier and Bush Cree Promotions sold the Grand Junction-based mixed martial arts event for an undisclosed amount to professional MMA fighter Andrew Yates and his father, Steve Yates. “Alex ...


Freeland set to debut Wednesday

By Matt Meyer

His dad, mom and brother are driving over from Denver, and his girlfriend flew to Grand Junction from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Kyle Freeland is finally going to pitch for the Grand Junction Rockies. On Wednesday, the Colorado Rockies’ ...


Seven is enough

By Matt Meyer

It’ll be nice to play someone else. After a week’s worth of games against Orem, Grand Junction capped back-to-back series against its Pioneer League rival Sunday afternoon with a 11-8 win over the South Division-leading Owlz at ...


No style points, only grit, in the end

By Amy Hamilton

It wasn’t the final score that mattered, although the Denver team trounced Grand Junction’s Roller Girls. It was more about the practice. It was about the heart and grit that went into every shove and tussle by the tough girls in ...

Senate District 5 candidates plan vigorous campaign

By Charles Ashby

It’s going to take a lot more than buying a lot of media advertising time to get their messages to voters in the race for the expansive Senate District 5, the two candidates in that race say. It’s going to take a lot of leg work ...


Way Back When: Lands End Hill Climb

By Priscilla Mangnall

Our nation just celebrated its 238th birthday. On the Western Slope, we still celebrate with many traditions that have been around since the 1880s. Most get their flavor from the hardscrabble, Wild West days of pioneers, miners and cowboys. ...

New Colorado laws take effect

By Charles Ashby

Agritourism, revenge porn and eliminating statutes of limitations on certain sex crimes were only some of the new laws that went into effect this month. Of the 419 news laws approved by the Colorado Legislature and signed by Gov. John ...

Blotter, July 7, 2014

By Staff

Suspect sought in wallet thefts at CMU Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is seeking the public’s help in locating a woman suspected of stealing two wallets from Colorado Mesa University’s recreation center, 1040 Mesa Ave. The ...

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