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Mavs roll to shutout win over Black Hills

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s women’s soccer capped its regular-season schedule emphatically on Sunday, scoring a season-high six goals en route to a 6-0 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference victory against Black Hills State at Walker ...


Delta one of several in football postseason

By Staff

The high school state football playoffs will begin later this week for Class 2A, 1A and 8-man. The Colorado High School Activities Association announced the 16-team playoff seeds for each on Sunday. All first-round games will be played ...


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Memories of 1945 Series still clear for Cubs fan

By Dale Shrull

The year was 1945 and the Chicago Cubs were in the World Series. It took 71 years but the Cubs finally made it back to the greatest show in baseball. As an adventurous 20-year-old Iowa farm kid, Leo Swartzendruber couldn’t pass up the ...


PAC’s use of video may violate election law

By Gary Harmon

Video of U.S. House challenger Gail Schwartz in a campaign ad by the House Majority PAC could constitute a violation of election law that undergirds a Supreme Court decision that Schwartz wants overturned. The ad “really violates the ...


New sexual exploitation, assault charges leveled

By Gabrielle Porter

A Grand Junction man facing federal charges on suspicion of taking and distributing pornagraphic photos of a toddler was advised of new counts of sexual exploitation and assault in state court last week. Joseph Alan Smith, 32, was issued a ...


Blotter, Oct. 31, 2016

By Staff

Cops seek wallet thief Authorities are seeking information about a man who stole an elderly man’s wallet and used his credit cards to charge more than $500 in goods at various businesses in Clifton and Collbran last week, according to ...


Imagination Library delivers 100,000th book

By Gabrielle Porter

Kristi Widdows Calfee’s daughter is 9 now, but the Grand Junction mother still remembers the girl’s preschool days, when the family lived in Tennessee and a major occurrence was the monthly delivery of a new book from the ...


More seats coming to Phoenix, Dallas flights

By Gary Harmon

More seats on Dallas, Phoenix flights There will be more seats on flights from Grand Junction to Phoenix and Dallas in November, but the evening flight to Phoenix will temporarily disappear as American Airlines shifts to larger jets on the ...


Student Spotlight, Oct. 31, 2016

By Staff

■ Nicole Castle of Parachute, a Grand River Virtual Academy graduate, was named to the president’s list at Colorado Mesa University for both semesters of her freshman year. She was among those recognized at a reception Sept. 30 and ...


Playoff seeds announced for small schools

By Staff

The high school state football playoffs will begin later this week for Class 2A, 1A and 8-man. The Colorado High School Activities Association announced the 16-team playoff seeds for each on Sunday. All first-round games will be played ...


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