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‘One Book…’ finale nears

By Tammy Gemaehlich

A powerful novel that examines the connection of two people who will never meet has brought together community members this past month for the 10th annual One Book, One Mesa County reading program. The reading program will culminate for 2014 ...


Lines West: I Am a BMX Bike

By Staff

I Am A BMX Bike I am a BMX bike out on the dirt hills on a Saturday afternoon. I am a smooth ride, a wolf in full stride, determined as Forrest Gump to climb the giant dirt mountains. I feel sweat dripping on my fresh red ...


Amtrak returns to Denver Union Station

By The AP

DENVER — Amtrak’s California Zephyr is resuming service to Denver Union Station after a three-year absence and a nearly $500 million renovation of the historic Denver rail hub. Service will resume with the scheduled 7:10 p.m. ...


Eagles delay Longmont-area bridge construction

By The AP

LONGMONT — Nesting bald eagles are delaying the start of rebuilding a bridge near Longmont that was washed out in the September floods. Boulder County Transportation director George Gerstle said Thursday it may now be August or ...


Driver says teen jumped from moving vehicle

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — The Colorado State Patrol says a teenager has died after she jumped, fell or was pushed out of a moving vehicle near Colorado Springs. Troopers say the driver told them the girl intentionally jumped from the car on ...


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Solid performers

By Matt Meyer

The 3-point shot, one of basketball’s great equalizers. Entering his freshman year at Grand Junction High School, Trenton Soriano was short, not exceptionally athletic and an outsider. But he sure could shoot. His Grand Junction ...


Sports Brief, Feb. 27, 2014

By Staff

Youth hockey Kids invited to try hockey for free Glacier Ice Arena will host a Try Hockey Free clinic from 5:30 to 6:45 p.m. Saturday for boys and girls 4 to 9 years old. The clinic is aimed at kids who want to try ice hockey for the ...


Changes could make state wrestling tourney better

By Tim Harty

This opinion won’t please parents of wrestlers who qualified for Colorado’s state wrestling meet with a losing record, but CHSAA should reduce its wrestling classes to three. Here’s why: 34 wrestlers in Class 2A and 11 in 3A ...


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One of the best

By Matt Meyer

One of the most glowing reviews of Grand Junction High School basketball standout Broderick Robinson comes from a perspective outside the hoops realm. Robinson, a senior guard who likely will be the Southwestern League player of the year for ...


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2 die in high-speed I-70B crash

By Staff

Two Western Slope residents died Thursday morning in a one-vehicle rollover crash on the Interstate 70 Business Loop in Grand Junction. Authorities identified the victims as 23-year-old Dustin Lamb of Fruita and 23-year-old Michaela Kahle of ...


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