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Howard loses flip, can win title tonight

By Staff

Britt Smith is two for his past 19 tries in coin flips, That’s about the only thing that’s gone wrong for the Howard (Texas) College baseball coach. After his team’s 11-3 victory Thursday over Western Nevada College, Smith ...


Santa Fe uses its bats to avenge San Jac loss

By Staff

Johnny Wiggs has learned this season. He used to be concerned when his Santa Fe (Fla.) College baseball team wasn’t showing what he considered the proper intensity. He’s figured out that this year’s team plays better when ...

Home port: JUCO a big reason Navy veteran settled in Grand Junction

By Staff

Leroy Miller has fond memories of traveling with his father from Grand Valley (now Parachute) to Grand Junction to watch the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series back in the 1960s. “We made the trip all the time,” Miller ...


Tholen having time of his life coaching Saints at JUCO World Series after break

By Staff

Harry Tholen has attended 11 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series in various capacities. The capacity in which he’s serving this year may be the one he enjoys the most. “I can almost say this is the best trip,” Tholen ...

JUCO 2009 Notes May 29, 2009

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Tournament hits TV today • Tonight’s championship game of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series will be aired live on Altitude 2, Channel 47 on Bresnan Communications. The game was originally set to be on Altitude’s ...

JUCO 2009 At a Glance May 29, 2009

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JUCO World Series At Suplizio Field Saturday’s Games Game 1: Howard College 4, Western Nevada 3 (11 innings) Game 2: Shelton State 16, Iowa Western 6 Game 3: Cowley County CC 11, Seminole State 8 Game 4: Santa Fe 17, Middle Georgia ...

History Here and Now Coluimn

By Guest Columnist

A man wielding a long spear and riding a black-and-white pinto pony galloped down a small slope. In front of him, a large buffalo ran toward the white rocks. Two other riders with guns waited near the fence to help with the pursuit. A large ...

Groups oppose proposed power plant’s water request

By Staff

Three groups have filed a joint protest and requested a state hearing on an application to provide water for a proposed nuclear power plant near Green River, Utah. Living Rivers, Uranium Watch and the Glen Canyon Group of the Sierra Club said ...

Death notices: May 29, 2009

By Staff

• Dolores J. Huebinger, 74, Lake Havasu City, Ariz., died May 24, 2009, in Lake Havasu City. Services will be held in Colorado in June. Survivors include her husband, John of Lake Havasu City; four daughters, Sheryl Huebinger of Grand ...

Briefs: Local news May 29, 2009

By Staff

Agency helps place retiree volunteers Mesa County RSVP Inc. helps volunteers age 55 and older find positions in any of its more than 100 member agencies. Volunteer opportunities include:   •  Drivers and meal-site volunteers ...

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