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D.J. Wells’ clutch 3-pointer lifts GJ boys past Montrose

By Staff

Montrose had battled and thwarted every Grand Junction comeback attempt for more than three quarters. But when D.J. Wells calmly took a step back in the right corner, the Tigers’ 6-foot-7 big man flicked a 3-pointer that found nothing ...


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Perfect Palisade

By Tim Harty

Ashlyn Brown sat all alone on the left wing with about three minutes left in the third quarter. No thinking needed here. Swish. Three-pointer. About 45 seconds later, Brown was all alone on the left wing again. Swish. Three-pointer. And with ...


Free throws help Montrose girls get past Grand Junction

By Dale Shrull

MONTROSE — Two close games, two good teams, and both teams are now tied atop the Southwestern League girls basketball standings. Montrose outdueled Grand Junction High School for a 46-44 win Tuesday to move into a tie for the league ...


Prep girls basketball scores, Feb. 3, 2015

By Staff

Montrose 46, Grand Junction 44 Tuesday at Montrose Grand Junction 8 13 8 15 — 44 Montrose 14 11 7 14 — 46 Grand Junction — Jaryn Gibb 5, Sydni Brandon 12, Jill Payne 2, Tia Wright 2, Tori Catlett 14, Melissa Atchley 3, ...


Prep boys basketball scores, Feb. 3, 2015

By Staff

Grand Junction 46, Montrose 41 Tuesday at Montrose Grand Junction 7 11 12 16 — 46 Montrose 12 14 8 7 — 41 Grand Junction — Ridge Droskin 7, Nathan Rookwood 2, Ben Volkmann 5, Stockton Rock 7, Tyson Zanski 11, D.J. Wells ...


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Fly Fishing Film Tour to stop by downtown GJ

By Dave Buchanan

The Fly Fishing Film Tour is headed back to Grand Junction. This one-of-a-kind marketing and outreach effort for the fly-fishing industry, which features many of the world’s best angling filmmakers taking viewers on trips around the ...


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Winter wonders

By Dave Buchanan

Across the fog-shrouded forests of Grand Mesa came a drumming, a syncopated rhythm like a deranged Geppetto roaming the woods with mallet in hand. It wasn’t just the pounding of my heart, although that, too, was beating loudly from the ...


Bear with this: There is not a spring season

By Dave Buchanan

Lions and bears and oops. An article on this past Sunday’s Outdoors page referencing changes to the state’s big-game regulations had a couple of mistakes that need to be corrected. Thanks to the sharp eyes of Daily Sentinel ...


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Water seminars focusing on future of irrigated ag

By Dave Buchanan

One topic that is sure to spark conversation this winter is the continued dry spell gripping the Grand Valley and beyond. Some of the most obvious impacts of a winter-long drought are on agriculture, and that’s the timely focus of this ...


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Scott-led panel kills bill to aid rural Colorado

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — For all their recent protestations about Democrats allegedly waging a war on rural Colorado, Senate Republicans shot down a bill Tuesday aimed squarely at helping less populated regions of the state still trying to recover from ...


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