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Tarantino expected to spend millions, attract thousands to state

By Greg Ruland

Around 170 movie-makers are primed to pump as much as $25 million into Colorado’s economy during several months of filming on a ranch near Telluride that begins within weeks, and Western Slope contractors and businesses are expected to ...


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Fruita woman hopes to make polocrosse World Cup team

By Bob Silbernagel

In Santa Fe next weekend, Brianna True and her father, Alvin True, will be among those representing the Mountain zone in the national tournament for the American Polocrosse Association. But for Brianna, the stakes are even higher than winning ...


Pegging Out, Oct. 5, 2014

By Staff

Here are the Oct. 2 results for the Two Rivers Cribbage Club: ■ First place: Dan Vogel, Grand Junction ■ Second place: Kay Pietro, Grand Junction ■ Third place: Dolores Fread, Clifton ■ The Two Rivers Cribbage ...


Best of Bridge, Oct. 5, 2014

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: Sept. 24: Helen Bledsoe and Marilyn McLaughlin; Ann Johnson and Evelyn Saxton. Sept. 26: Rocky Otto and Sue Cox; Sylvia Morrison and Carolyn Wiley; Johnson and Bledsoe Sept. 30: Patricia Kelley and ...


Gray Gourmet, Oct. 5, 2014

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Garden vegetable soup, cauliflower, mozzarella cheese, apricot and pineapple compote, crackers. Tuesday — Chicken with mushroom sauce, California vegetables, baked potato, chocolate ...


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Grand Valley business sees popularity rise for critter covered in quills

By Erin McIntyre

Courtney Collard was tired of biding her time. Being on a waiting list for more than four years was just too much, especially since she had really, really, REALLY wanted a hedgehog since she was 13. It wasn’t enough that she had dogs, ...


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Videlock blends satire, lyricism in new poetry book

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Grand Junction writer and artist Wendy Videlock is completing her fourth collection of poetry, “Sling Shots and Love Plums.” The Colorado Poet Laureate finalist’s work has been reviewed in Poetry Magazine, Hudson Review, The ...


Submissions rule pro fights at Cage Wars

By Matt Meyer

Cameron Thurgood is a submission specialist. He waits. His game is patience. At one point Saturday night, Thurgood nearly dislocated Xavier Ramirez’s foot. Ramirez slipped away and escaped the first round, but the Grand Junction mixed ...


Cota leads Mavericks to road win

By Staff

What a difference one week makes. Colorado Mesa’s offense exploded Saturday afternoon for a season-high 48 points and 526 yards of total offense in a 48-31 rout of Black Hills State at Lyle Hare Stadium in Spearfish, South Dakota. The ...


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Right combination

By Allen Gemaehlich

Fall tennis is an opportunity for Colorado Mesa tennis coach Dan MacDonald to tinker with the lineup and see what works best. If the Mavericks’ results are any indication, MacDonald has found his answers. The men won all four home ...


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