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If he wants it, McLaughlin right man to lead Tigers

By Matt Meyer

Grand Junction interim baseball coach Jeff McLaughlin hears voices in his head. No, he’s not suffering from a psychological disorder. McLaughlin hears the voices of former Grand Junction High School coaches. You see, the guy heading ...


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MAVERICKS WIN RMAC

By Patti Arnold

What. A. Game. Two teams trying to win a championship — and more. Metro State’s baseball team was fighting to get into the South Central Region tournament. Colorado Mesa’s baseball team was fighting to add to its RMAC ...


Montrose coach Wareham resigns

By Dale Shrull

Landon Wareham congratulated his players on a great season. There were tears and hugs and slumped shoulders, as expected. Wareham hugged his dad and assistant coach Brent, and pitching coach Dan Reardon, then the veteran head coach wandered ...


CMU cycling comes up short in road championships

By Staff

It was redemption day for Colorado Mesa University cycling teams. And they were redeemed. After two days of disappointment, it was time for the team time trail in the final day of the USA Collegiate National Championships on Sunday in ...


Field of potential JUCO teams narrows

By Patti Arnold

By the end of today, three junior college baseball teams could be celebrating a district title and a trip to Grand Junction. Then again, it might take until Tuesday to settle things in Kansas and Texas, maybe Wednesday in Alabama and Florida ...


Montrose falls in District 5 championship game

By Dale Shrull

It was small ball versus the long ball and the long ball won, just barley. Playing in the Class 4A District 5 tournaments, Green Mountain used back-to-back home runs in the top of the sixth to beat Montrose 7-6 on Sunday. It was well-played ...


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First Draft: Debate still surrounds Ann Bassett

By Bob Silbernagel

Editor’s note: This is the second of two columns on Ann Bassett Willis. “Newspapers produce the first rough draft of history.” — Philip Graham   In the early 1990s, Utah author Doris Burton created a ...


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Breeders stick necks out in Fruita

By Amy Hamilton

Mike may have lost his head, but about 150 chickens at Fruita’s annual festival this weekend should have better luck. That’s after members of the High Desert Feather Fanciers hatched an idea to exhibit show chickens at the 17th ...


Scavenger hunt to teach schoolkids about nature

By Emily Shockley

Grand Valley third-graders will have an opportunity to learn about the high desert ecosystem around them this week at an educational scavenger hunt in McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area. The annual scavenger hunt invites students from ...


Monument official recommends summer safety tips

By Staff

Colorado National Monument wants hikers, bikers and others enjoying the landscape to stay safe this summer. The monument’s acting chief of interpretation and education, Valerie Gohlke, recently released a list of summer safety tips. ...


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