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Woman’s March planned in Junction

By Staff

Women’s March planned in Junction A march and rally to coincide with the national Women’s March on Washington will take place in Grand Junction today. Participants in the Women’s March for Grand Junction will gather at ...

Lawsuit filed over predator controls

By Dennis Webb

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is facing a court challenge of its plans to reduce predator numbers outside Rifle and in the Upper Arkansas River Valley to see if mule deer numbers improve. WildEarth Guardians said Friday it has sued the agency ...

Blotter: Jan. 21, 2016

By Staff

Loaded handgun alleged A man set to be tried for his connection to a previous shootout was before a judge again this week, accused of bringing a loaded handgun to an altercation early Wednesday. Esteban Olivas, 32, faces possible charges ...

Last-second 3 by Lopez lifts Mesa past Roadrunners

By Patti Arnold

CJ Davis had to sneak a peek. And when the excitable junior guard for the Colorado Mesa men’s basketball team started hopping up and down like a pogo stick, the fans knew the Mavericks had just pulled off a signature win. “I ...


Solid start sets tone for GJ in win

By Matt Meyer

Andrew Hansen and the Grand Junction boys basketball team knew something big was coming when they stepped on the floor Friday night. The Tigers opened the game with a 14-0 run, missed only two shots in the first quarter, and carried that ...

‘Cats ride fast start to rout of Glenwood

By Dale Shrull

Fruita Monument was missing its head coach, but the Wildcats didn’t miss a beat against Glenwood Springs. Behind a ball-hawking, swarming effort on the defensive end Friday night, the Wildcats scored early and often to overwhelm the ...

Solid defensecarries Indians past GJ girls

By Matt Meyer

The tallest player on the Montrose High School girls basketball team is 5-foot-9. That didn’t matter Friday night when the Indians faced Grand Junction — with four players at or near 6-feet tall . Montrose used scrappy defense, ...

Sports Briefs, Jan. 20, 2017

By Staff

College Wrestling Mavericks ranked 18th by Colorado Mesa moved into the national rankings on Friday, tied for No. 18. The Mavericks had been receiving votes in the previous poll, and are No. 23 in the National ...

Eagle Valley hands Palisade first WSL loss since 2014

By Staff

Prep Basketball Eagle Valley snaps Palisade’s win streak Kylie Martin and Regan Bossow each scored 10 points Friday for Eagle Valley High School’s girls basketball team, which limited eighth-ranked Palisade to one point in the ...


Drive time

By Patti Arnold

Here’s the thing about hitting 20 3-pointers in a game: The next game, you’re going to have someone in your grill. So, you drive. And you drive. And you drive some more. “Well, in our (Colorado) Christian game we hit 74 ...

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