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Wildcat no longer overlooked

By Matt Meyer

At times, Devon Canup is overlooked. The Fruita Monument High School left-hander, as Wildcats coach Ray McLennan put it, can be underestimated. “There are a lot of Southwestern League coaches who look and say ‘we can beat ...


Hamilton has ‘options’ for JUCO speaker

By Dale Shrull

There’s still no word who will be replacing Curt Schilling as speaker at the 2016 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series banquet. After letting the issue simmer for a week, JUCO Tournament Chairman Jamie Hamilton said, he’s still ...


Chavez, Cook lead CMU past Westminster

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa women’s lacrosse team capped its regular-season schedule Friday night with its second consecutive victory against Westminster College, prevailing 20-11 in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game at Walker ...


Steamboat beats Bulldogs, takes control of WSL

By Staff

Steamboat Springs tightened its grip on the chase for the 4A Western Slope League girls soccer title with a 2-0 win over Palisade on Friday. On a rainy day in Steamboat Springs, playing on a soggy field, the Sailors took a 1-0 lead when ...


Today is Outdoor Heritage Day

By Staff

Outdoors Today is Outdoor Heritage Day The 9th annual Outdoor Heritage Day is today Riverbend Park in Palisade from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. More than 40 agencies, businesses and organizations will be ready to provide information, guidance and ...


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Mavericks keep rolling

By Jon Mitchell

The proverbial snowball effect followed Colorado Mesa University’s softball team throughout its RMAC tournament second-round game against Colorado School of Mines on Friday. CMU’s lineup piled on eight first-inning runs against ...


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A ‘no barriers life’

By Katie Langford

As the only blind man to summit Mount Everest, Erik Weihenmayer could easily talk about his accomplishments for hours. He’s climbed the Seven Summits — the highest peaks on every continent — as well as kayaked 277 miles of ...


Religion Briefs, April 30, 2016

By Staff

Spring animal service on Broadway Church of the Nativity, will have its spring animal memorial service at 5 p.m. Sunday at the church, 2175 Broadway.  The simple prayer service is offered two times a year, the first Sunday in May and ...


Records, April 30, 2016

By Staff

BIRTHS Community Hospital Chris and Gabrielle Deherrera-Derrera, Grand Junction, a son, March 26. Kevin Holter and Stephaney Stetzel, Grand Junction, a son, March 26. Kole Kruckenberg and Grace Chalifoux, Grand Junction, a daughter, March ...


Computers, and running in circles

By Gary McCallister

People often tell other people where to go. People sometimes give their computers similar instructions. However, people and computers are very different.  First, the computer wants to know, in advance, how far to go. But often we ...


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