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Gray Gourmet, April 24, 2016

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Pulled pork sandwich, ranch-style beans, potato salad, cottage cheese and pineapple. Tuesday — Salisbury steak and gravy, mashed potatoes, asparagus, citrus fruit surprise, dinner ...

Biz Buzz, April 24, 2016

By Staff

A hard-working Grand Junction couple and their blended family of eight will rally at Cottonwood Mall on May 5, 6 and 7, ready to help new customers during the official grand opening of Desert Oasis Spas and Pools, 2493 Highway 6&50. ...

You Said It: April 24, 2016

By Staff

When I read the commissioners decided to give themselves a pay raise and I looked at the numbers, I was highly pissed off. Why? Simple: The majority of the Grand Valley can hardly afford rent, let alone a house. Then you look at a $70,000-plus ...


Break out the bats

By Patti Arnold

It’s been asked all spring: When is the Colorado Mesa offense going to bust loose? The answer, apparently: Saturday. On a day when the wind was howling, swirling, changing directions and nearly tore Old Glory off the center-field ...


Wicked wind wreaks havoc at Rumble at 18 Road

By Dale Shrull

Riders hunched their shoulders and mashed the pedals as they trudged up a little incline, then zipped down the decline. Then they turned the corner and wham! That’s when a brutal headwind greeted the riders with an unmerciful ...


Bringing the heat

By Matt Meyer

PAONIA — Most pitchers in Major League Baseball can throw a fastball 90 mph or faster. NCAA Division I college pitching staffs, especially major programs, have at least three or four pitchers who can throw 90 mph. Even high-level ...

Metro tops Mesa softball team again

By Staff

For the second straight day, the Colorado Mesa softball team had chances to break open a close game against Metro State. Instead, the Mavericks lost 2-1 on Saturday in eight innings, the same score as Friday’s RMAC loss to the ...

Walk-off HR from Noland spurs sweep of DH by ‘Dogs

By Staff

Max Noland hit a walk-off solo home run in the bottom of the 10th inning Saturday to lift the Palisade baseball team to an 11-10 win over Glenwood Springs in the first of two games at Palisade High School. The Bulldogs (9-5, 8-1) won the ...


Like father, like son

By Matt Meyer

PAONIA — It’s not one of those situations where you can squint and mistake the son for his father. Paonia High School baseball coach Nate Miller and his son, Jaden, do look alike, standing side by side. But on the baseball ...


Get Out! Basic training

By Julie Norman

Squeeeeeeee. Squeak squeak squeak. Ping! Rattattatatatat! What IS that noise? Many times I’ve had to stop on the trail after asking myself this question. Is it a brake rubbing? A shifter problem? Is my chain dirty? If you find yourself ...

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