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Health Briefs, Oct. 6, 2009

By Staff

ArtAbility class part of awareness week Many activities are scheduled for Assistive Technology Awareness Week on the Western Slope and Disability Awareness Month during October. Activities are as follows: An ArtAbility Class will be from 10 ...


Gyroscopes guide directional drilling

By Staff

Wells have been made for thousands of years. Most early wells were dug to reach water. In Gydry regions, water was found deeper. Digging deep wells was difficult; drills were developed to make this process easier. Early drills were a metal ...


Swinging into state golf: Grider, Stern to tackle Saddle Rock

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Ethan Grider School: Fruita Monument Grade: Senior Height: 6-foot-0 Weight: 135 Years at state tournament: 1 Monday’s pairing: 9:42 a.m. on No. 10 with Jay Byrne, Monarch and Randy Urso, Grandview Clubs: Cleveland CG Red Best ...


Illness, last-second push to finish leaves Wildcats’ Seagren drained

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His lungs burning and his legs feeling like they were coated in cement and eyes blurred from salty sweat, Fruita Monument High School cross country runner Woody Seagren made his final push for the finish line. Saturday at the Anna Banana ...


Anna Banana Cit Spt 10-3-9

Hundreds run for Anna

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The Anna Banana 5K run at Connected Lakes State Park means something different to every runner. The race is in its sixth year honoring the memory of Fruita Monument cross country runner Anna Janowitz, who died in a car accident in August 2002 ...


Defense lifts GJ

By Staff

LONGMONT — Suddenly, the Grand Junction High School football team is all about defense. The Tigers forced seven turnovers, recorded six sacks and held Skyline High School scoreless for the first three quarters Saturday in a 30-14 ...


TAG kart race draws local father, son, Venezuelan champion

By Allen Gemaehlich

John Davella and his son, Tony, decided at the last minute. Gustavo Pinto had planned for weeks to race in the TAG Kart World Championships. They are three of more than 40 drivers competing in the fifth annual event this weekend at Grand ...


Fired officer posts bond on sexual assault charge

By Emily Shockley

Former Grand Junction police officer Glenn Coyne walked out of Mesa County Jail on Saturday evening after putting up more than $25,000 in cash or credit. Coyne, who was fired Thursday night from the Grand Junction Police Department after ...


Central pushes past Durango in SWL volleyball

By Staff

Many a close volleyball match has been played because neither team stood out or avoided hitting errors. Saturday’s Central-Durango high school match certainly didn’t fit that description. “That was just good volleyball ...


Mavs’ cross country team wins small-school title at CU

By Staff

Four Mesa State College women’s cross country runners placed in the top 11 to lead the 15th-ranked Mavericks to the Rocky Mountain Shootout non-Division I team title Saturday in Boulder. Mesa State scored 33 points. Metro State placed ...


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