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BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED WATER

By Dave Buchanan

A precarious stream crossing on Grand Mesa has been tamed by a group of determined backcountry travelers. The Western Slope ATV Association, long recognized for the work its members have done ameliorating the impacts of backcountry motorized ...


Jussel: New faces could make big difference for Broncos

By Rick Jussel

Roughly 15 tons of beef trotted onto the fields at the Denver Broncos’ Dove Valley training complex last week. John Elway’s team will play the first preseason game in Denver on Aug. 7 and open the regular season at home Sept. 7 ...


Grand Junction 6, Orem 3

By Patti Arnold

Grand Junction wraps up first half of Pioneer League season with win over Orem.  ...


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Coroner: Body found in desert was missing woman

By Paul Shockley

The Mesa County Coroner’s Office said a body found Thursday in the desert north of 25 Road was that of a woman reported missing from her nearby home, while authorities today labeled her son a “person of interest” in the ...


Front Range project gives an edge in gas liquids

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — The Front Range Pipeline that runs through eastern El Paso County has positioned Colorado to take advantage of the burgeoning market for natural gas liquids. The pipeline, which began operating in February, is ...


Alkali Fire could be fully contained by Sunday

By The AP

CRAIG — Firefighters hope to have a 32-square-mile wildfire in northwestern Colorado fully contained by Sunday. The Alkali Fire, burning on mostly private land near Maybell, was listed as 75 percent contained Saturday. The fire killed ...


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Coachspeak

By Dale Shrull

Gene Wilder took a mighty swing Friday at a soft shot and the ball dribbled off his racket into the net. “Gene!” He yelled at himself, but not too loudly. He then stomped back to the service line and gathered himself for his next ...


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Triple Play Women’s golf tourney weathers rain delay

By Staff

Despite a rain delay that lasted nearly three hours Friday afternoon, the 2014 Western Slope Triple Play Women’s golf tournament finished its first round at Bookcliff Country Club, with the final flight ending just after 7 p.m. The ...


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Coming through

By Patti Arnold

Wilson Soriano tried to get the bunt down in the eighth inning, but didn’t get a pitch to bunt. Just as well. With the tying and go-ahead runs on base and the infield drawn in, Soriano laced a base hit over third base Friday ...


Gene Taylor’s swept in finale

By Staff

Brighton swept Gene Taylor’s on Friday, winning Game 1 9-3 before taking Game 2 13-1 in a five-inning contest. Michael Price, Zane Abeyta and Nick Arcieri lead Gene Taylor’s (29-15-1) at the plate in the fist game. Abeyta and ...


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