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Western Slope parks generate $570M benefit

By Gary Harmon

Visitors to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park and the surrounding Curecanti National Recreation Area generated $570 million in economic benefits in western Colorado, the National Park Service said. Nearly 1 million people visited ...


Man with warrant out accused of hauling meth

By Duffy Hayes

An Arizona man already wanted on a federal warrant for transporting several pounds of methamphetamine was arrested Thursday evening while allegedly driving a car that contained 13 pounds of the same drug. Heradio Rios-Zarate, 25, was behind ...


District offers support for its students after two deaths by suicide

By Katie Langford

School District 51 is bolstering mental health and support services in the wake of two student suicides within the last two days. District 51 Spokeswoman Cat Foster said a Fruita Monument High School student died as a result of suicide on ...


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Panther sneaks a peek

By Dale Shrull

Lily Lockhart loves the thrill of competition, but she can’t help but take a peek ahead at where her toughest competition remains. “Everything is building toward state. Today wasn’t my best day,” she said with a ...


Leahy continues RMAC mastery, blanking Adams

By Staff

Another Friday, another win for Colorado Mesa’s Kyle Leahy. The sophomore raised his record to 9-0 and lowered his ERA to 0.78, third-best in the nation, with yet another complete game, shutting out Adams State 4-0 in Alamosa. The ...


Mavs clinch tie in RMAC

By Staff

Steve Brandenburg scored three goals — the 11th time the Colorado Mesa University senior has scored at least three goals in a game this season — to help the 18th-ranked Mavericks clinch at least a share of the RMAC title on Friday ...


Montrose turns tables to upend Wildcats

By Staff

Montrose High School’s baseball team took an early lead against Fruita Monument and never relinquished it during a 4-2 Southwestern League home victory for the Indians on Friday night. The win for the Indians (10-5, 2-2 SWL) avenged ...


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Find a way to win

By Matt Meyer

Before Derek Shaver tattooed a double off the wall in left field Friday night, the Grand Junction High School baseball team had half the hits of Central. Despite that, leading up to Shaver’s two-run hit in the sixth, Grand Junction had ...


Sports Briefs: April 22, 2017

By Staff

Minor League Baseball Rockies still seeking host families The Grand Junction Rockies are still searching for host families to house players for the upcoming 2017 season. Host families are asked to provide a clean, safe and warm ...


Prep track and field results, April 21, 2017

By Staff

Phil Wertman Invitational Friday at Stocker Stadium BOYS Team scores 1. Glenwood Springs 122; 2. Montrose 93; 3. Fruita Monument 83; 4. Montezuma-Cortez 75; 5. Grand Junction 74; 6. Delta 56; 7. Faith Christian 52; 8. Moffat County 42; 9. ...


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