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Book notes, May 24, 2015

By Staff

GJ writer wins poetry prize Jill Burkey of Grand Junction is the winner of the $1,000 Mark Fischer Poetry Prize for her poem “Beginning Mind.” Burkey was presented with the award during the May 16 Talking Gourds poetry program ...


Big-game Highlanders

By Tim Harty

The biggest stage wasn’t too big for McLennan (Texas) Community College pitcher Jack Finnegan, who worked out of several jams to throw seven scoreless innings at Suplizio Field. It wasn’t too big for Highlanders center fielder ...


Nearly complete

By Matt Meyer

Corderias Dorsey begged his coach to let him return to the mound that he’d dominated for eight innings Saturday night at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. “I told him I need my first complete game in the College World ...


Two big innings lift Walters State past Delgado

By Eden Laase

Two contrasting innings were the difference Saturday in Walters State (Tennessee) Community College’s 14-8 win over Delgado (Louisiana) Community College in the first round of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series at Suplizio ...


JUCO notes, May 23, 2015

By Staff

24 years later, another Grudzielanek gets to Grand Junction for JUCO World Series 1995 was a big year for the Grudzielanek family. Mark Grudzielanek made his major-league debut for the Montreal Expos, and back home in Texas, his nephew ...


The end of the beginning

By Dale Shrull

It was not the usual suspects who did the damage for Iowa Western Community College. The No. 1-ranked Reivers returned to Suplizio Field and picked up right where they left off on May 30, 2014. Behind a complete-game performance by Devon ...

Hotchkiss loses in 2A state baseball semis

By Staff

PUEBLO – This loss is going to sting for a while for the Hotchkiss High School baseball team. Leading 6-0, the Bulldogs were unable to hold on against No. 1-ranked Rye, dropping a heartbreaking 9-8 decision in the Class 2A state ...

Stay calm when meeting an approaching dog

By Charlé Thibodeau

I received an email from an old friend the other day regarding a subject possibly relevant to many dog walkers: “I need some advice about an incident that happened about a month ago. I was walking my two cocker spaniels when we were ...


Photos tell historical story of early Glenwood Springs

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Cynthia Hines for 16 years has served as executive director of the Frontier Historical Society and Museum, 1001 Colorado Ave, in Glenwood Springs. There, the photo collection numbers in the thousands. In the new book “Images of America: ...


First peek in new parish hall

By Greg Ruland

More than 500 Grand Valley Catholics crowded into the new parish hall at St. Joseph Catholic Church on Saturday evening to celebrate the first official Mass in the $3 million structure. Parishioners have had to worship at a variety of ...

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