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An Off-Road adventure

By Dale Shrull

The two winners in the
30-mile Grand Junction Off-Road were actually multiple winners. Grand Junction’s Robb Parsons sported a winning smile Saturday after turning the course into his own personal playground. The women’s ...


Chambers takes GJOR 40-miler with single-speed

By Dale Shrull

Breakneck speed means something different to Cameron Chambers. The Colorado Springs rider came to Grand Junction on a mission and was soon on the fast track to victory Saturday in the Grand Junction Off-Road 40-mile amateur race. But one year ...


Lily Lake pretty ... and quiet

By Dave Buchanan

Looking up from the rainbow trout he was unhooking, the angler nodded toward the dark trees on the other side of Cottonwood Lake No. 4. “You want to see a real pretty lake?” he asked, sharing another of his life-time supply of ...


Emotional Saunders beats cancer, finishes strong in GJ Off-Road

By Dale Shrull

Madge Saunders pedaled across the finish line, a job well done. In her right hand was a lime Popsicle, but she wasn’t quite ready to smile. Tears of joy and satisfaction had already started. Thirty miles of pain, agony and frustration ...

A perfect bike ride is un-bear-able

By Dale Shrull

It was the perfect day for a quick bike ride. But really there’s no such thing as truly perfect. Cooler temperatures, very little wind, not a lot of cyclists out and a bear on the trail. What? Cooler temperatures this time of year, ...


An assembly line of labor, and love

By Rachel Sauer

When he bought the truck in 1967, it was a utilitarian green and fairly beaten up — it had been part of the then-Western State College maintenance fleet for years. And as an employee in the maintenance department, Ron Stoneburner had ...

It’s time to make ski plans

By Dave Buchanan

Even if last week’s forecast didn’t come true about possible light snows in the mountains, just the thought of snow is a reminder that ski season isn’t far off. It might be a bit early to tune up your skis, but September is ...

Accused drug doctors named in new indictment

By Paul Shockley

Three years after charges were first filed, federal prosecutors last week filed a superseding indictment against two former western Colorado doctors who authorities allege were responsible for a regional spike in drug addiction. Sam Jahani ...


Free seminar will teach fly fishing to novices

By Dave Buchanan

Expand your world of fishing by learning to fly fish, courtesy of Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Grand Valley Anglers chapter of Trout Unlimited. Novice anglers are invited to a free, three-hour seminar about fly fishing at 6 p.m. on ...


New Resort goes to the dogs

By Greg Ruland

Like most great Colorado resorts, the distinctive Wag Resort in Grand Junction caters to patrons of all stripes, from guests who boast privileged pedigrees to those who prefer their friends in low places. All are welcome, owner Peggy Barron ...

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