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Book notes, July 5, 2015

By Ann Wright

Author featured at 
Off The Shelf event Author Brandon Campbell will give a presentation about his book, “Embracing Ultimate Reality: A Soul Path,” at 6 p.m. Thursday at Crystal Books and Gifts, 439 Main St. The ...


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Free! Fast! A little scary. First bikes evoke plenty of memories

By Rachel Sauer

Until that moment of perfect balance, the tether is very short. Mom says go there, that’s where you go. Dad says we’re going here, and everyone piles into the car. There’s not much autonomy or freedom before that shining ...


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Piron, bullpen lift GJ Rockies

By Staff

Jonathan Piron had a big night Saturday for Grand Junction, going 5 for 5 and scoring three runs in the Rockies’ 10-7 victory over Ogden, and the bullpen turned in some stellar work to preserve the victory. With Piron hitting a leadoff ...


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Trout trouble: Report finds that native fish face several threats

By Dale Shrull

The future of native trout in the United States is in big trouble. That’s the finding of a new Trout Unlimited report recently released. The report by the cold-water conversation group cites climate change, nonnative species, energy ...


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‘Lily Meets her CASA’ helps give kids their own voice

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Not every book is written for a general audience of readers. Some are written to connect with very specific readers. Such is the case with “Lily Meets Her CASA,” a children’s book written by Joy Thompson, program director of ...


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Rally of the rainbows

By Dale Shrull

The rainbow trout is making a comeback. Actually, these colorful fish worthy of the name rainbow were never completely gone from Colorado waters, but they are now again reproducing in the wild. After whirling disease devastated the rainbow ...


Ridgway State Park hosting smallmouth bass fishing tournament

By Staff

Smallmouth bass anglers will be going for more than $5,000 in prizes at a fishing tournament July 11-19 at Ridgway State Park. There is no registration fee, and the contest is open to all anglers who have a Colorado fishing license. The top ...


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League gives college players a place to play

By Matt Meyer

For some, like the half-dozen or so local baseball players who returned to Grand Junction this summer, the Mountain West Collegiate Summer Baseball League is an opportunity to get some extra baseball in while staying close to home. For ...


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‘I CAN DO IT’

By Matt Meyer

Three years ago, Hutten Veatch was in a wheelchair with bandages over his face, being pushed across the stage as he received his diploma at the 2012 Grand Junction High School graduation. During a batting practice earlier that spring with the ...


You Said It, July 5, 2015

By Staff

Out with this City Council and in with a new one. Do you think it would be possible to find some honest people to serve in this city? So John Shaver and the Grand Junction City Council join Lois Lerner and the IRS and Hillary Clinton and ...


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