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Prep golf results, Aug. 26, 2014

By Staff

Warrior Invitational Hosted by Central High School Tuesday at Tiara Rado Golf Course, par 71 Team Scores 1. Grand Junction, 227; 2. Fruita Monument, 231; 3. Rifle, 258; 4. Palisade, 266; 5. Central, 269; 6. Rangely, 291. Top 10 ...


Sports Briefs, Aug. 26, 2014

By Staff

Rim Rock Rodeo Goza and Shaw double winners Tammy Goza and Chad Shaw doubled up in wins at Tuesday’s Rim Rock Rodeo. Goza teamed with Brannan Allen in Ribbon Roping, then worked with Ed Duran in Team Roping No. 8. Shaw won in Saddle ...


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The last hook

By Dave Buchanan

Iron-gray clouds and water the same color, the latter made even more obscure by a quick breeze from the southwest, greeted angler Dan Wieckert when he arrived Monday morning at Kitson Reservoir on Grand Mesa. Wieckert, however, had driven his ...


Enjoy Star Party at Highline Lake State Park

By Dave Buchanan

Just in time to celebrate your favorite Emmy winner, Highline Lake State Park is having a Star Party. Not that kind of star party but a real star party, with members of the Western Colorado Astronomy Club sharing their telescopes and ...


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Arkansas River receives Gold Medal designation

By Dave Buchanan

Colorado’s newest entry in the list of Gold Medal waters is a stretch of the upper Arkansas River downstream from Leadville. Part of the river already carried Gold Medal designation and this newest reach brings the total on the Arkansas ...


Swimming season coming to end at Colorado’s parks

By Dave Buchanan

Beginning Tuesday, Colorado Parks and Wildlife will be closing the public swim beaches at many state parks. Harvey Gap already is closed to swimming and Tuesday the beach at Rifle Gap State Park also will close, along with four other park ...


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Growers examine vineyards to see what survived a cold snap last December

By Dave Buchanan

Take a drive past the Grand Valley’s vineyards and you’ll notice how different they appear. Some are lush and green, with thick, wild-looking vines, while other vineyards appear barren and empty. And you’ll see, too, how ...


More housing next addition for Gateway Canyons resort

By Emily Shockley

Luxury housing is coming to Gateway Canyons Resort following a Mesa County commissioners’ vote Tuesday to allow the resort to amend its development concept plan. A 3-0 vote permitted resort property owners Western Sky Investments, LLC, ...


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Fruita board votes to hire city manager

By Greg Ruland

The Fruita City Council voted 4-0 Tuesday to hire a North Carolina town administrator to serve as Fruita’s new city manager. Michael Bennett, 36, worked eight years for the city of Hickory, N.C., before deciding to take the job in Grand ...


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Coal-mine forum set for Thursday

By Gary Harmon

A forum on a proposed coal mine in the Bookcliffs billed as informational by the sponsor, the Western Colorado Congress, is more likely intended to drum up opposition to the coal mine, critics said. “The Future of Coal in Mesa ...


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