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Trail named for local geology teacher opens

By Charles Ashby

Family and friends of a well-known Fruita Monument High School teacher and avid hiker gathered at a dedication ceremony Saturday to mark the completion of something they had started years ago. Now anyone who frequents McInnis Canyons National ...


War of negative words

By Charles Ashby

The Republican candidate for Senate District 5 is promoting white supremacy. The Democratic candidate for that same Colorado legislative office wants to abort female babies. The GOP candidate, Orchard City Mayor Don Suppes, also hates Little ...


Denver DA won’t pursue King matter

By Charles Ashby

The Denver District Attorney’s Office will not file charges against state Sen. Steve King because there is insufficient evidence to prove he violated state disclosure laws, officials in that office said. Chief Deputy District Attorney ...


D carries Mavericks

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa’s volleyball team dominated so much early, it let up some, but the Mavericks didn’t let the match get away. The 16th-ranked Mavericks responded with a big run and rolled to a 25-13, 25-22, 25-17 victory Saturday at ...

Big plays lift Mavericks to road win

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s special teams and defense made big plays in the final minutes as the Mavericks found a way to get a conference road victory. The Mavericks returned a blocked punt and an interception for touchdowns in the final two ...

Run game lifts Tigers past Hinkley

By Staff

AURORA — This one wasn’t necessarily pretty, but the Grand Junction High School football team did what it had to do to get past Hinkley on Saturday. Trending away from their normally prolific passing game, the Tigers instead ...


Bad beginning haunts Fruita in loss to Rock Canyon

By Dale Shrull

There are poor starts, then there are really poor starts. After only six plays on offense, Fruita Monument High School fell behind 14-0 to Rock Canyon, and it had nothing to do with the Jaguars’ offense. The Jaguars (3-5, 2-2 CNC) had ...

Wright’s 17 kills lift Junction to four-set victory over Cortez

By Staff

Tia Wright had 17 kills to lead Grand Junction to a 25-22, 12-25, 25-17, 25-22 victory over Montezuma-Cortez in a Southwestern League volleyball match Saturday. The Tigers bounced back from a poor showing the day before in a three-set loss to ...



By Matt Meyer

In gender-masking football pads and a helmet, Audrey Rose Kachin looks like any other member of the Plateau Valley High School football team. When she kicks a football, it’s clear she’s not. Kachin, nearly every time she puts her ...

Jussel: 49ers a tough challenge for Peyton, Broncos

By Rick Jussel

Not quite sure how you feel about the Denver Broncos and their season? You’re not alone. The 4-1 Broncos have bounced between fifth and first in ESPN, CBS and Fox polls the past three weeks and are currently first in the ESPN poll and ...

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