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Toughing it out: Injuries to arm, hamstring don’t faze Iowa Western’s Kistler

By Patrick Bahr

Iowa Western Community College pitcher Jordan Kistler pitched until he couldn’t pitch anymore. In Friday night’s first championship game of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series against San Jacinto (Texas) College-North, the ...


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Here we go again: In a World Series full of rematches, San Jac and Iowa Western will play again

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There have already been three rematches in this year’s Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, so why not another one? Iowa Western Community College and San Jacinto (Texas) College-North will play again at 7:30 tonight at Suplizio ...


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Gators feel the pain: Fast start by Iowa Western forces another title game

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Everything set up nicely for San Jacinto (Texas) College-North to win its first National Junior College Athletic Association baseball title in 20 years. The Gators were facing an Iowa Western Community College team in the national ...


JUCO NOTEBOOK: Fans set all-time attendance record

By Staff

Fans set all-time attendance record It’s no secret that this year’s Alpine Bank Junior College World Series has been a draw with fans. All week long different attendance records have been broken, and on Friday, the 2010 edition ...


Like father, like son? Taylor hoping to bring second CWA title to Montgomery family

By Patrick Bahr

Taylor Montgomery is hoping history repeats itself. Twenty-five years ago, Montgomery’s father, Monte, won the Colorado West Amateur title as a 14 year old. Taylor, 15 is playing in this weekend’s CWA at Bookcliff Country Club and ...


Area births and marriages, through May 28, 2010

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Joshua R. and Rachel L. Amman, Grand Junction, a daughter, May 15. Stephen and Jennifer Decker, Grand Junction, a daughter, May 17. Amanda Gale, Grand Junction, a son, May 22. Jeremiah and Juliann Little, ...


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Donors help rehab housing for drug rehabilitation center

By Amy Hamilton

Not even two years ago, Salvation Army leaders thought they had no choice but to shutter a local drug-rehabilitation program. With the nonprofit organization bleeding money, the future looked bleak for the much-touted program that had long ...


Religion Briefs, June 5, 2010

By Staff

Lutherans plan upcoming events American Lutheran Church, 631 26 1/2 Road, will offer a vacation Bible school with the theme “Loved to Serve, Serve to Love,” for ages 3 through children in the fifth grade, from June 13-18. A ...


Blotter, June 5, 2010

By Staff

Man demands cigarettes Herbert F. Souza, 49, homeless, was arrested in the predawn hours Friday on suspicion of attempted aggravated robbery and menacing after he demanded a pack of cigarettes while threatening a clerk at the Shell Station, ...


Second moon rock discovered in West Virginia

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A second moon rock presented in the 1970s to a governor has turned up, this time in Charleston, W.Va. The rock presented to Gov. Arch Moore turned up in the garage of the brother of Moore’s one-time business partner, said Sandy Shelton, ...


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