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Sheriff recalls an early letter of discouragement from FBI

By Duffy Hayes

While the Colorado State Patrol is making a renewed push to recruit female members to their ranks, the strides women have made in Mesa County law enforcement are readily visible today. The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is led by Rebecca ...


Producing and consuming is really just rearranging

By Gary McCallister

They say that there’s no free lunch. That certainly seems true, at face value, if one is speaking of the face of a restaurant menu. I think it has a larger meaning as well. If someone else is buying, you are going to end up owing someone ...


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Seventh Street flea market is closing

By Duffy Hayes

Sam Ordonez said a lot of people around town would tell him, sure, they know about the Grand Junction Flea Market on Seventh Street in south downtown, but they’ve never actually been there. Unfortunately for Ordonez, who has co-managed ...


Do your research when considering a tree

By Erin McIntyre

Selecting a new tree for your yard is a little bit like dating, I think. I view trees as a long-term commitment, and I’d like to know what a particular tree offers before I get involved, if you know what I mean. Hmmm. I see you have ...


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Enstrom legends take sweet place in valley history

By Charles Ashby

Chet and Vernie Enstrom always will be a part of Grand Junction. And now that a new Legends of the Grand Valley sculpture has been erected to honor the historic couple, their presence in the city not only will live in legacy, but also in ...


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Tigers pass the test

By Allen Gemaehlich

Smoky Hill tried to put pressure on Grand Junction High School quarterback Mike Poland, but it didn’t work. The senior threw for 245 yards and five touchdowns Friday night to lead the Tigers to a 45-26 victory over Smoky Hill at Stocker ...


Penalties hurt ‘Dogs in loss

By Matt Meyer

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Quarterback Dante Sparaco called it luck. Glenwood Springs High School football coach Rocky Whitworth said the Demons were “fortunate.” In what essentially summed up Friday night for Palisade, Sparaco used ...


Defense carries Rifle past Panthers

By Dale Shrull

DELTA — Rifle’s defense knew it had to be physical. Playing a big, physical Delta High School football team, the Bears set the tone from the start and cruised to a 36-19 win over the Panthers in a Class 3A Western Slope Conference ...


Mavericks’ VB team sweeps No. 12 Mines

By Brian Miller

GOLDEN — Dave Fleming admitted he didn’t sleep much Thursday night. The Colorado Mesa University volleyball coach understandably had a lot on his mind after his 20th-ranked Mavericks dropped a crushing five-set loss at Metro State ...


Palma nets only goal in key CMU soccer victory

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s men’s soccer team was out-shot 20-8 by CSU-Pueblo on Friday night in Pueblo. The Mavericks’ Stevie Palma, though, made one of those eight shots count, scoring the only goal of the game in a 1-0 victory over ...


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