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The underdog

By Dale Shrull

It’s not going to be easy, but with the variables that come with the game of football, every team has a chance. A turnover or two, a big play or three, and the underdog suddenly has a chance. Grand Junction (4-5) goes into ...

Torrero’s goal lifts Montrose to upset of Cheyenne Mountain

By Staff

The Montrose plan against Cheyenne Mountain on Tuesday called for moving center back Fernando Torrero to center forward at some point if needed. Late in the game Montrose needed him, and Torrero was where he needed to be in overtime, heading ...

Despite two shutout wins, Mesa men’s soccer team falls in rankings

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa men’s soccer team won two games — by shutout — but fell one spot this week in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America national rankings. The Mavericks, who clinched their first regular-season ...

To really see Yellowstone, take a hike in the woods

By Staff

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Here’s the thing about Yellowstone National Park — or any big park in America, really. The geysers that spray like fire hoses, the thermal pools that boil in green and yellow and orange, the ...


A taste of Yellowstone

By Staff

Anywhere there is a cold-water stream in the United States, either natural or sometimes artificial, you will likely find trout. Eastern streams are famous for the early fly-fishing history of the United States and difficult hatch-matching ...

Prep boys soccer score, Oct. 28, 2014

By Staff

Montrose 1,
Cheyenne Mountain 0, 1 OT Class 4A State Playoffs, Second Round Tuesday at Cheyenne Mountain Halftime score: 0-0. Goals (assists): Montrose — Fernando Torrero (Brayden Reese), 90:47. Goalies, saves: M — ...

Palisade voters face two pot questions

By Kathleen Goddeyne

Palisade citizens will vote on two issues regarding retail marijuana this election. Referred Measure 2A pertains to retail marijuana cultivation facilities, retail marijuana product manufacturing facilities, retail marijuana testing ...

Race for assessor is between two appraisers

By Emily Shockley

The race for Mesa County Assessor has two contenders: Republican Ken Brownlee and third-party candidate Steve Henderson of the American Constitution Party. Brownlee, who has a mustache to match the handle-bar facial hair that appears on his ...

Midterm ballots coming in at steady pace

By Charles Ashby

With seven days left to vote, early returns indicate that nearly one-fourth of voters statewide have already cast their ballots. The deadline to do so is 7 p.m. next Tuesday, Election Day. According to the latest voter-turnout figures ...

 go toward 
water line

By Gary Harmon

Royalty revenues from natural gas production will pay for a new water line to the Colorado Law Enforcement Training Center south of Grand Junction, as well as other improvements across Mesa County. The Mesa County Federal Mineral Lease ...

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