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New parks chief sees monumental task ahead

By Gary Harmon

Only Yellowstone National Park had a higher priority than Colorado National Monument for Sue E. Masica, the new director of the National Park Service’s Denver-headquartered Intermountain Region, who visited the monument this ...


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GJ Rockies hold off Helena rally

By Staff

Grand Junction held off Helena’s ninth-inning rally Saturday night for a 6-5 Pioneer League victory. The Rockies (17-14) moved within three games of Orem for first place in the South Division after the Owlz lost 8-4 to Missoula. Luis ...


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On field, players find joy far from home

By Patti Arnold

It’s 2,728 miles from Boca Chica, Dominican Republic, to Grand Junction. To a young baseball player traveling to the United States for the first time, it feels even farther. “It’s very hard. For the Latin guys, our ...


Three teams reach state title games

By Staff

Zac Coleman hit a two-run home run in a three-run first inning Saturday for Monument Little League’s 10-11 Boys baseball team, which defeated North Boulder 5-1 at the state tournament in Arapahoe. Kory Christensen pitched four solid ...


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PROPERLY PREPARED

By Patti Arnold

Tony Diaz can’t help but grin when he thinks back only a couple of years, to Johendi Jiminian’s first professional start. The young pitcher from the Dominican Republic had only been in the United States a couple of months and had ...


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Candidates pitch long-shot bills in polarizing race

By Gary Harmon

Three days after U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner announced his Republican challenge to Democrat U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, Udall introduced legislation aimed at making it easier to export natural gas to countries such as Ukraine, where hostilities with ...


Book notes, July 20, 2014

By Staff

‘Off the Shelf’ author series free Crystal Books and Gifts, 439 Main St., will sponsor the summer “Off The Shelf” author series Thursday evenings during the Downtown Farmers Market. It is free and will feature local ...


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Steel exec: 
Colorado 
sets tone 
on fracking

By Dennis Webb

Efforts to limit domestic oil and gas development threaten not just that industry but the many consumers who rely on it, including U.S. steelmakers. That’s according to the nation’s largest steel producer, Nucor Corp., which also ...


Gray Gourmet, July 20, 2014

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Spaghetti and meat balls, Italian tossed salad, melon medley, Italian bread. Tuesday — Corn chowder, fish sticks, spinach mandarin salad, apricot and peach compote, ...


You Said It, July 20, 2014

By Staff

I can just hardly wait to find out who the Mesa County Republican Central Committee chooses to become our candidate for Mesa County sheriff. They have such a sterling record of good judgment. Steve King ought to teach us his secret for ...


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