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Crush helping Fruita Monument, other softball players grow as athletes

By Patrick Bahr

No other sport has the type of offseason that softball does. The high school softball season begins in the middle of August, and by that time, most high school softball players have already put in two months playing softball at a very high ...


The knockout king: Weinberg tops Provenza, caps historic run to win men’s singles open title

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Spencer Weinberg had already knocked out a couple of veteran players in the Taco Bell Western Slope Open. The Grand Junction 15-year-old defeated a college player, a tournament veteran and the five-time Taco Bell Western Slope men’s ...


Week in Sports for July 25-31 2010

By Zach Schmitz

Super sports and outdoors photos captured during the past week.  ...


Week’s Best Photos for July 25-31, 2010

By Staff

Super snapshots taken by Sentinel photographers during the past week.  ...

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Olathe sweet corn harvest

By William Woody

A harvest crew with the Tuxedo Corn company in Olathe Co, work to pick the first ears of the Olathe Sweet Sweet Corn Monday July 19, 2010.  ...

UPDATE: Man dies in fall at Glade Park ‘potholes’

By Paul Shockley

A 27-year-old man died today after falling approximately 40 feet onto a stretch of rocks near the Little Dolores River on Glade Park. The man, who wasn’t immediately identified by authorities, had been jumping into a section of the ...

Affidavit: Driver who crashed home is habitual traffic offender

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man suspected of rolling his truck into a home on Bookcliff Avenue had his driver’s license revoked three years ago for being a habitual traffic offender, according to an arrest affidavit. John R. Flynn, 25, 583 Grand ...

Windsor pot dispensary owner not challenging fines

By The AP

GREELEY — A medical marijuana dispensary owner in Windsor who defied a town moratorium on new dispensaries by keeping his business running for 76 days says he won’t appeal $2,400 in fines. MediGrow owner Lazarus Pino said Friday ...

Climbing regs reviewed at Arches National Park UT

By The AP

MOAB — Federal managers at Arches National Park are revisiting the rules that regulate rock climbing on the famous arches and natural bridges in southeast Utah. National Park Service officials say they will consider broadening the ...

Aurora police suspend officer suspected of 2 DUIs

By The AP

AURORA — An Aurora police officer who was twice accused of driving under the influence within a year was suspended for about a month, according to a report by The Aurora Sentinel. Investigators allege Marc Sears was drunk when he ...

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