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Midland’s Canadian connection has been great for Chaparrals

By Dale Shrull

Great catch, eh! Great game, y’all! For the Midland College (Texas) baseball team, diversity and accents come together to form a unique synchronization. The Chaparrals are making their second straight trip to the Alpine Bank Junior ...

Mavs promote Smith to be men’s lacrosse head coach

By Staff

Vince Smith, who spent one year as an assistant coach with the Colorado Mesa University men’s lacrosse team, was promoted to head coach late Thursday. Smith succeeds A.J. Stevens, who took an assistant athletic director position at CMU ...

Mesa’s Rowe qualifies for 200 finals at track nationals

By Staff

Colorado Mesa junior Whitney Rowe finished fourth in her preliminary heat, but it was fast enough to put her in the finals of the women’s 200-meter dash Friday at the NCAA Division II track & field championships. Rowe’s time ...


Sergio’s story

By Allen Gemaehlich

Sergio Valenzuela came to Colorado Mesa for an opportunity. The junior outfielder, who was born and raised in Tijuana, Mexico, is making the most of his chance. The leadoff batter is a sparkplug for the Mavericks, who lead the nation in ...


Never give up

By Matt Meyer

“Three strikes and you’re not out.” General Hal Moore once said that to the St. Louis Cardinals locker room, and it was one of the many quotes and stories Tony La Russa — the hall of fame manager and Alpine Bank Junior ...

Ahh, the joys of homeownership

By Erin McIntyre

I think I finally understand why my husband hates home improvement. It’s the same reason I can’t stand that children’s book, “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.” No offense to author Laura Numeroff, but it’s ...

Finding source of stress could prevent lawn from browning

By Dennis Hill

In spite of the recent rain, my lawn is getting brown patches all over it. I’ve checked for grubs, but this is something different. Someone told me I might have a fungus. How will I know, and how do I treat it? — Robert When ...

Death Notices, May 24, 2014

By Staff

■ Marvin Alfred Cooper, 82, Grand Junction, died May 19, 2014, at his home. Services were Friday at Clifton Christian Church. He is survived by one son, David of Grand Junction; two daughters, Ann Marie Cox of Kona, Hawaii, and Debbie ...

For The Record, May 24, 2014

By Staff

MARRIAGES Geoffrey Michael Apolinar and Chelsy Lee Wilsey, May 10. Douglas Franklin Buckham and Lena Diana Patterson, April 18. Eric Lee Carlson and Kali Samara Nicholas, May 9. Robert Brandon Hice and Nichole Marie Quintana, May ...

Religion Briefs, May 24, 2014

By Staff

Crossroads United to host yard sale Crossroads United Methodist Church will have its 39th annual yard sale Thursday through Saturday at 599 30 Road. Hours are 7 a.m.–5 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 8 a.m.–noon Saturday. Indoor ...

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