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Your Town, June 24, 2012

By Tammy Gemaehlich

There was a time when phones were just phones, televisions had only three channels and using our imagination was how we spent our summers.  We’d play cars and trucks in the dirt, run through the frog-eyed sprinkler, or — ...

Water shortage impacting recreaction

By Staff


Energy development favored in Domestic Energy and Jobs Act

By Dave Buchanan

It wasn’t a good week for wildlife as far as the national discussion over energy development was concerned. A contingent of Republican lawmakers from Colorado crawled deeper into the thrall of Big Oil after the U.S. House of ...

Red flag warning in place; temp could top 100 again

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Hot, dry and occasionally windy conditions will persist in western Colorado today, placing the area under a red flag warning for potentially explosive fire growth. The Western Slope and eastern Utah are under the warning until 9 p.m. today, ...

Crews cede ground to northern Colorado wildfire

By The Associated Press

BELLVUE, Colo. — Firefighters have given up some ground to a wildfire that has scorched more than 118 square miles in northern Colorado and destroyed at least 191 homes. Incident commander Bill Hahnenberg says some crews stationed near ...

GJ Rox take advantage of mistakes to top Chukars

By Staff

Behind a combination of 14 hits and seven Idaho Falls errors, the Grand Junction Rockies defeated the Chukars 13-4 on Friday night. And to think the Grand Junction Rockies trailed Idaho Falls, 4-1, in the fourth inning. But instead of ...


Ready to Rock at home

By Patti Arnold

That first big hurdle is out of the way: The Grand Junction Rockies picked up their first win in franchise history. Five games into the season, more and more players have made their professional debuts. Some have been wide-eyed, a little ...

Fans have plenty of options to eat and drink for Rockies’ home games

By Patti Arnold

Baseball and hotdogs — it’s a little slice of Americana. That’s what fans will get at the concession stands at Suplizio Field during Grand Junction Rockies games this season. The Rockies are not allowing outside food and ...


Court appeal

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Trigg Hayward tosses the tennis ball up in the air and takes a big, strong swing. Sometimes he hits it perfectly in the service box. Other times his timing is off, but he’s just happy to be out playing sports again. “Tennis is ...

Locals make Post’s all-state teams

By Staff

The Denver Post released its all-state baseball teams, which in Class 3A included first-teamers Danny Bartels of Rifle and Willy Corey of Olathe. Bartels was 10-2 with 100 strikeouts and 19 walks in 71 innings pitched. He posted a 1.72 ERA ...

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