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Prep football score, Oct. 3, 2015

By Staff

Central 42, Steamboat Springs 0 Saturday at Stocker Stadium Steamboat Springs 0 0 0 0 — 0 Central 0 26 16 0 — 42 C — Cade Balleweg 12 run (EJ Barrera run) C — Ryan Weller 9 run (run fail) C — Noah Galyon 49 ...


Upcoming discussion about pancreatic cancer part of spy plane talk

By Charles Ashby

Aviation enthusiasts who come to next month’s talk about the famed Blackbird SR-71 spy plane during the Grand Junction Air Show will hear something unexpected. The retired SR-71 pilot who’s delivering that presentation, Brian ...

Colorado Mesa volleyball score, Oct. 3, 2015

By Staff

Western N.M. 3, Colo. Mesa 0 Saturday at Silver City, N.M. Western New Mexico def. Colorado Meesa 30-28, 25-12, 25-23 Kills: CMU 43 (Gianinetti 13, Steinkirchner, Breaux 8, Perez 7, Chutka 4, Ney 2, Svorinic 1), WNMU 36 (Grap 11, McGhiey 7, ...

Prep cross country results, Oct. 3, 2015

By Staff

Moffat County Invitational Saturday at Moffat County BOYS Team Scores 1. Moffat County, 33; 2. Steamboat Springs, 91; 3. Delta, 93; 3. Rifle, 93; 5. Rawlins (Wyoming), 140; 6. Aspen, 152; 7. Rangely, 186; 8. Coal Ridge 184. Individual ...


Getting guests to pre-plan their Winefest trip is goal for CAVE

By Dave Buchanan

Late arrivals to this year’s Festival in the Park, the signature event for the annual Colorado Mountain Winefest, were greeted by a sign near the front gate announcing, “Event sold out.” What? Sold out? How could that ...

Health Briefs, Sept. 29, 2015

By Staff

Nuclear Care Partners plan open house Nuclear Care Partners, an authorized provider of skilled home health care under the U.S. Department of Labor, will be celebrating their expansion to a new office with a Chamber of Commerce ...


Cruising 1990s: ‘You go out, you catch up with people’

By Erin McIntyre

The night Marcus and Crystal Kissner met, they were cruising North Avenue for fun, avoiding their parents and blasting loud music. It was the summer of 1996, and she was then Crystal Moore, going to Fruita Monument High School and out looking ...


North Avenue remains main drag for nostalgic cruisers

By Erin McIntyre

When George Lucas made the film “American Graffiti,” he preserved the uniquely American teenage tradition of cruising. Cruising was about showing off sweet rides, drag racing, listening to music your parents didn’t like, ...


Tips for finding fashion-fiction inspiration

By Laurena Mayne Davis

There’s a new framed Oscar Wilde quip on my writing desk: “I am so clever that sometimes I don’t understand a single word of what I am saying.” My road-weathered guitar case bears these new stickers, too: ...


Cruising 1960s: ‘You didn’t want to stay home’

By Erin McIntyre

Teddy Jordan started cruising North before he graduated from Grand Junction High School in 1963. Back then, teens drove a loop that started at the Top Hat Drive In, on the west end of North Avenue, and went east to the A&W, which was ...

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