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Plateau Valley graduates ‘family’ of seniors

By Greg Ruland

McKayla Bieser, also known as Mackie, became the fourth generation of Biesers to graduate Plateau Valley High School, one of 19 seniors to turn the tassel during an emotional ceremony Saturday at the school near Collbran. Family ties defined ...


Young Grand Valley graduate is a big achiever

By Dennis Webb

PARACHUTE — It’s impressive enough that Grand Valley High School’s 2014 class valedictorian, Mara Mayfield, already has earned dozens of hours of college credit and will be attending Colorado School of Mines on a full-tuition ...


Pick a base

By Tim Harty

Brayden Young latched onto the line drive, then needed a second to figure out what to do. The freshman relief pitcher finally looked toward first base, saw the runner who had gotten halfway to second base was late in breaking back to the bag, ...


Midland’s Prescott shows speed, power

By Matt Meyer

Blaine Prescott has the speed to leg out an infield single. The Midland College (Texas) second baseman has the speed to easily steal second base. And he showed Saturday he also has the speed to beat out a potential double play. But it ...


Blinn’s Stuart shines in JUCO debut

By Dale Shrull

Stephen Stuart had a pretty good game for Blinn College (Texas). The freshman left-fielder hit two home runs and made a diving catch to end a potential rally in the seventh to lead Blinn to a 7-4 win over Cochise College (Arizona) at the ...

ATV rider finds woman’s body near Basalt

By Staff

Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office said it continues to investigate whether the unidentified body of a woman found near Basalt on Friday is that of Claudia Ruiz, 44, a woman last seen in Glenwood Springs on May 17. Family members of the ...


Keeping the field dreamy

By Dale Shrull

Suplizio Field is Grand Junction’s field of dreams. From future Hall of Famers to soon-to-be major league stars to college players with big dreams and high school kids with bigger dreams, it is the grandest stage for baseball on the ...


Testing the water

By Greg Ruland

The cloudy, amber liquid in a clear, plastic bottle looked more like urine than potable water, but it was drawn from a private well used by somebody’s family for bathing and drinking. The well, situated in an undisclosed location, is ...

JUCO Notebook: Home Runs return at Suplizio

By Staff

Home run-happy at Suplizio Field The big fly is back. At least for one day, anyway. After three years with a dearth of home runs in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series at home-run-friendly Suplizio Field, Day 1 of this year’s ...

Mavs’ Rowe becomes 2nd track All-American at Mesa

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s Whitney Rowe joined an elite group Saturday. The junior from Burnaby, British Columbia, became the second Mesa track & field athlete to earn All-America honors when she placed seventh Saturday in the 200 meters at ...

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