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Sports Briefs, May 22, 2015

By Staff

Prep Sports Mantlo hired to coach Central tennis Mickey Mantlo has been hired as the boys and girls tennis coach at Central High School. Mantlo, a teacher at East Middle School, previously has been an assistant tennis coach at Grand ...


Death Notices, May 23, 2015

By Staff

■ Preston Ellis, 57, Grand Junction, died May 19, 2015. Services will be at 3 p.m. Friday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Ellis was a locksmith at Mesa State College. Survivors include one daughter, Lisa of Grand Junction; his father, ...


Blotter, May 23, 2015

By Staff

Crime info available The Grand Junction Police Department and the city of Grand Junction’s Geographical Information System, GIS, recently revamped their public safety map to reflect recent crime within city limits. Residents can ...


Governor joins in urging actions to save coal mine

By Dennis Webb

Gov. John Hickenlooper today wrote Interior Secretary Sally Jewell urging action to avoid a shutdown of the Colowyo Coal Mine north of Meeker, joining other high-level elected officials in doing so. His action comes a day after the federal ...


Flood warnings in northeast, southern Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — High rivers due to recent rains and water releases are again causing some minor flooding around Colorado. In northeastern Colorado, the Poudre and South Platte River are at or near flood stage in Weld and Morgan counties. In ...


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‘Big C’ change for two hospitals

By Greg Ruland

More than 700 cancer patients signed up for treatment at Community Hospital since it launched its own cancer treatment program late last year, according to Chris Thomas, president and CEO. Community counted 250 new patients and 460 transfers ...


Email letters, May 22, 2015

By Staff

Income redistribution with Obamacare is getting out of hand I lost my employer-sponsored health insurance because of “rising premium costs.” Translation: Obamacare raised costs. In November I went to Colorado’s health ...


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Hard-working Walters: Pitching, good attitude key as Senators return to World Series

By Dale Shrull

Walters State Community College is back. The Tennessee junior college returns to Grand Junction for the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series this year for the sixth time in 13 years. In 2013, the Senators were in the championship game, ...


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Pirates have a plan: Chattahoochee hopes to minimize mistakes this time around

By Matt Meyer

The one time Jake Mazier stepped up to the plate for Chattahoochee Valley (Alabama) Community College in the 2014 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series he hit a home run well out of Suplizio Field. The first pitch of his only at-bat flew ...


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Reivers aim to repeat: Iowa Western sails into town in pursuit of fourth title in six years

By Patti Arnold

It never gets old. And when the coach is entering the Hall of Fame the night before the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series begins, the players want to be there. It might have put a little bit more pressure on the Iowa Western Community ...


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