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Playing on a budget: Slicing travel among cuts in District 51 athletic budget

By Allen Gemaehlich

Public school districts across the country are making significant cuts to their athletic budgets for next school year. School District 51 is no different. The school district will cut $85,000 from its athletic budget for the 2010-11 school ...


State tennis results, May 15, 2010

By Staff

Class 5A Saturday at Gates Tennis Center Team scores Cherry Creek 77, Fairview 69, Chatfield 36, Poudre 34, Denver East 21, Grand Junction 17, Arapahoe 15, Cherokee Trail 12, Boulder 10, Heritage 10, Ponderosa 6, Rocky Mountain 4, Mountain ...


Grand Junction No. 2 doubles team of Prinster, Pond finshes third

By Pat Rooney

DENVER — Grand Junction High School girls tennis coach Carol Elliott has admitted she was not sure what to expect from the Tigers this season. Although it would be a young team, Elliott at least expected the Tigers to improve and display ...


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District 51’s Fair edges Montrose’s Barnosky in 200-yard IM final

By Patrick Bahr

The swimmers at the Southwestern League swim championships Saturday were pushing each other in every race. Nowhere was that more obvious than early in the meet at the El Pomar Natatorium, when District 51 swimmer Tyler Fair edged ...


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Local fighters show their stuff at Cage Raiser

By Patrick Bahr

Plenty of factors go into getting the right mixed martial arts fight. No one knows that more than Josh Kissel. Saturday at Two Rivers Convention Center, the 22-year-old Grand Junction MMA fighter got an opportunity to fight in front of his ...


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Making an impact: Trottier struggling to recoup cost of rent at boxing gym

By Patrick Bahr

Most boxing gyms won’t win any awards for interior design. Grand Junction’s Impact Boxing Gym at 518 Colorado Ave., is right in the heart of downtown in a brick building with murals of boxing greats Rocky Marciano and Muhammad Ali ...


Despite high water in Gunnison River, there’s still plenty of opportunity to fish

By Staff

High water in the Gunnison River, planned through next week to meet peak flow demands through the Black Canyon, might chase off some folks, but if you go with a plan, it’s also the time for opportunity. There still is good fishing ...


Hot streak halted for Mavs in regionals

By Staff

Mesa State College’s softball team played its way into the NCAA Division II Central Region tournament by peaking at the right time. The Mavericks, though, couldn’t sustain their hot streak and were eliminated Saturday by the same ...


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If you want a challenge, trek your way through No Thoroughfare Canyon

By Bill Haggerty

They call it No Thoroughfare Canyon because you can’t get through it ... at least not in a vehicle. However, a remote backcountry trail winds its way down from Glade Park to the Grand Valley through this magnificent canyon on the ...


Gray Gourmet, May 16, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Polish sausage on a bun, sauerkraut, baked beans, fruit cocktail. Tuesday — Chicken tenders with dip, macaroni salad, cantaloupe, sweet potato roll. Wednesday — Spaghetti and meatballs, green beans, tossed salad, ...


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