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World War II veteran honored at JUCO

By Tim Harty

Fruita High School didn’t have baseball when Rex Raney was a student there. So, his playing of the game never amounted to more than sandlot ball, and other things happened in his life soon after he graduated high school in 1939 that ...


Stephenson got his start with GJ Eagles

By Dale Shrull

Phil Stephenson has come a long way since his last visit to Grand Junction. On Sunday, he achieved a first. The Dodge City (Kansas) Community College Conquistadors won their first game ever at the Alpine Bank Junior College World ...


Raiders run roughshod

By Eden Laase

Five runs in the first inning, five more in the sixth. With those two big innings Monday afternoon, Northwest Florida State College quickly put away the defending Alpine Bank Junior College World Series champion, Iowa Western Community ...


Should I stay or should I go?

By Tim Harty

Kyle Barfield was blazing toward third base Monday, looking for assistant baseball coach Kory Koehler for a sign to hold up or head home. One problem: Koehler had moved down the third-base line to guide the two other runners who were racing ...

KidzPlex gymnasts dominate in Steamboat

By Staff

Local Gymnastics KidzPlex dominates in Steamboat The KidzPlex Gymnastics Bronze and Silver teams both placed first in Steamboat Springs last weekend with five all-around champions in the meet that drew 200 athletes from around the ...


Group seeks to educate parents on safe sleeping environments

By Greg Ruland

Twice as many Mesa County babies died from unsafe sleep practices in 2014 than the year before, the Mesa County Coroner’s Office reported. Two infants die in Mesa County each year on average because of an unsafe sleep environment, so ...

Getting It Right, May 26, 2015

By Staff

The story on page 1B of Sunday’s edition should have said business hours for the new City Market store under construction at 12th Street and Patterson Road will be 5 a.m. to 11 p.m.  ...

Health Briefs, May 26, 2015

By Staff

Federation of blind meets third Saturday The Grand Valley Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind meets every third Saturday of the month at The Center for Independence, 740 Gunnison Ave. Transportation and refreshments are ...

Three-year-old boy struck, killed by bus is identified

By Melinda Mawdsley

Virgil Stansberry was identified Monday as the 3-year-old Grand Junction boy hit by a Grand Valley Transit bus on May 19. The boy died of his injuries about two hours after the crash, said Grand Junction Police Department spokesman Dave ...

County human services to get funds for new hires

By Emily Shockley

The Colorado Department of Human Services will allocate four additional case management positions to Mesa County in the fiscal year that begins July 1 — one more position than the county originally hoped to gain. A Child Welfare ...

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