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Age is only a number

By Dale Shrull

Terry Hamlyn loves the dirt and everything else that comes with mountain biking. At 63, he will be one of the oldest competitors hitting the Grand Junction Off-Road course on Saturday. Let’s call him seasoned instead of ...


A windy win

By Patti Arnold

Blow, ye winds of JUCO. And when they blew Tuesday at Suplizio Field, they blew all over the place. Straight in from center field, toward left. Then they’d die for a bit before starting right back up. “From a coaching standpoint ...

JUCO Notes, May 26, 2015

By Staff

Colorado kids enjoy playing at JUCO While playing baseball at ThunderRidge High School in Highlands Ranch, Josh Newell heard about the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series from friends and teammates who had signed with two-year ...


Pitching matters

By Matt Meyer

Two runs allowed in 23 innings. It’s safe to say Northwest Florida State College’s baseball team is on a roll. The Raiders advanced in the winners’ bracket of the Alpine Junior College World Series on Tuesday night, with a ...


Baseball provides a lifeline for Fruita mom during cancer battle

By Eden Laase

When Mary Dabbs talks, she does it with her words and with her hands. When she emphasizes a point with a flick of the wrist, or motions to either side of the room, two things are readily noticeable. First, her fingernails are perfectly ...

JUCO boxes, May 26, 2015

By Staff

Iowa Western 4, Yavapai 1 Tuesday at Suplizio Field Game 11 Yavapai (AB-R-H-RBI) Calhoun, 3b 3-0-0-0, Doyle, 2b 4-0-0-0, Olmeda, c 4-0-1-0, Hartley, rf 2-0-0-0, Paschke, 1b 4-0-0-0, Hermanson, ss 4-0-1-0, Cruz, lf 3-1-1-1, Clifford, cf ...

West Salt Creek slide lake leaks, officials report

By Gary Harmon

A new watercourse springing from the West Salt Creek landslide has Mesa County officials saying they’re paying close attention to the change. Tim Hayashi and Frank Kochevar Jr., respectively the senior engineer and survey supervisor for ...


Palisade’s beloved ‘town grouch’ dies

By Amy Hamilton

It’s not customary for the town of Palisade to send flowers for a deceased community member. Yet Bud Lofvenborg wasn’t just any resident. Lofvenborg, 88, died Sunday at Community Hospital, according to his death notice. His ...

County fears power lines’ effect on grouse caps

By Dennis Webb

Moffat County officials are worried that two proposed power line projects could count heavily against disturbance caps the federal government is considering to protect greater sage-grouse habitat. Moffat Commissioner John Kinkaid said the ...

Man stabbed, robbed Tuesday morning in Delta

By Staff

A Delta man was stabbed and badly wounded in an alley early Tuesday morning and as of Tuesday night, the suspect remained at large. According to the Delta Police Department, officers responded to Bradley’s Convenience Store, 101 Main ...

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