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Gene Taylor’s drops two games

By Staff

American Legion Baseball Taylor’s drops two in Billings Gene Taylor’s finished its second day of the Goldsmith Jewlers/Make-A-Wish Tournament in Billings, Montana, on Saturday with a 5-1 loss to Excelsior of ...

Industry: Study ups lease review stakes

By Dennis Webb

The energy industry says a new report highlighting the huge potential for Piceance Basin shale gas development ups the stakes as the Bureau of Land Management considers whether to cancel or modify up to 65 leases in the White River National ...


No-ad scoring makes tennis accessible to more players

By Jon Mitchell

Drew Keller isn’t afraid to admit how the no-ad scoring system at the Community Hospital Team Tennis Tournament could be advantageous for younger players. “To be honest, there are times when I’d lose patience after going on ...


Snyder, Leonard have history at Suplizio Field

By Patti Arnold

Suplizio Field has become sort of a mecca for Taylor Snyder. “It’s always like every season if we’re winning, we’re coming here,” the former CSU-Pueblo shortstop said after arriving in Grand Junction to start his ...

Grand Junction Rockies box, June 24, 2016

By Staff

Idaho Falls 6, Grand Junction 2 Idaho Falls Grand Junction ab r h bi ab r h bi Stanley cf 5 2 2 0 Melendez cf 5 0 1 0 Araceana ss 5 1 2 0 Gonzalez dh 4 0 0 0 Melo rf 4 0 1 0 Piron 3b 4 1 2 0 Frabasilio dh 4 0 0 0 Serven c ...


Battle lines form over shale

By Gary Harmon

The White River meanders through Utah on its way to joining the Green River, flowing slowly through land on which an energy company hopes to develop its oil shale holdings. Opponents and supporters of the proposal by Enefit American Oil have ...


Car flips into canal; two people, dog die

By Rachel Sauer

Two people died Friday night when the car in which they were riding crashed into Highline Canal at 25 Road. The car’s two occupants were a male and a female who appeared to be in their late teens or early 20s, said Sgt. Justin Mitchell ...

For 3rd time, GarCo office undertaking theft probe

By Dennis Webb

Another employee in the Garfield County Clerk and Recorder’s Office has been accused of embezzlement, following the recent convictions of two other workers there for thefts from the office. The 9th Judicial District Attorney’s ...

Baby boy found in pool at GJ home

By Gabrielle Porter

An unresponsive infant boy was found and pulled out of a swimming pool at a north Grand Junction home on Friday. Grand Junction Police Department spokeswoman Heidi Davidson confirmed that officers responded to 2673 Paradise Drive just after ...

What to do when tree is injured by strong wind

By Dennis Hill

We have a tree that just lost a branch when a gust of wind hit it, and I am not sure how best to treat it. The branch split off and was lying on the ground but still attached to the tree by a strip of wood and bark. We cut the branch off but ...

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