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Demons hand Junction boys first SWL loss

By Staff

Steven Wyman scored 17 points ­— one of three players in double figures — for Durango, which beat Grand Junction
57-45 on Friday night to hand the Tigers their first Southwestern League loss. Kyle Kirkpatrick added 14 ...


Mavs’ Bryant continues to win at RMAC swim meet

By Staff

Sam Bryant set the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference-meet record in the 500-yard freestyle Friday to highlight the efforts of Colorado Mesa University’s swimming and diving team at the RMAC Championships at El Pomar Natatorium. Bryant, ...


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A thousand thanks

By Matt Meyer

Kyle Blair makes an effort to point to his Central High School basketball teammates each time he scores. Friday night, his teammates returned the love. Blair drained a 3-pointer in the first quarter of the Warriors’ 58-40 win over ...


For the Record, Feb. 11, 2017

By Staff

BIRTHS Community Hospital Jasmine Grinstead, Grand Junction, a daughter, Jan. 28. Jesse and Lindsey Jennings, Clifton, a son, Jan. 30. Ryan and Kerstin Hall, Loma, a daughter, Jan. 31. Gabriel and Ashley Torres, Grand Junction, a son, ...


The reflection — not the 
mirror — needs adjusting

By Gary McCallister

There’s something wrong with our mirrors. I thought I understood a little bit about optics because of my years of experience working with microscopes. But our mirrors just aren’t working right, and I can’t figure it ...


Religion Briefs, Feb. 11, 2017

By Staff

Presbyterians welcome new pastor Monument Presbyterian Church, 2020½ S. Broadway, welcomes its new pastor, the Rev. Matthew W. Royston, who will preach his first sermon at the church at 9:30 a.m. Feb. 19. Rev. Royston, along with ...


Colorado wind gusts spread wildfires, tip over big trucks

By The AP

DENVER (AP) — Winds in Colorado gusting over 70 mph on Friday helped spread wildfires, tipped over large trucks and knocked over trees. One gust of 101 mph was reported at a mountain pass. About 300 homes were evacuated because of the ...


Over 300 protest Wells Fargo over pipeline in Denver

By The AP

DENVER — Over 300 people demonstrated at the Denver offices of Wells Fargo to urge the banking giant to ends its financing of the Dakota Access pipeline. The protest began at the state Capitol and grew as people marched a few blocks to ...


Email Letters: February 10, 2017

By Staff

Grand Valley lost a leader in the Riverfront Trail project With the passing of Helen Traylor, the Grand Valley lost a leader in the Riverfront Project. A strong advocate for the creation of wildlife sanctuaries along the banks of the Colorado ...


Colorado sells more than $1 billion of marijuana in 2016

By The AP

DENVER — Newly released state figures show Colorado’s marijuana dispensaries sold $1.3 billion worth of recreational and medical pot in 2016. The Denver Post reports that the Colorado Department of Revenue released tax data ...


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