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Hahnenkamm downhill typically poses problems for American skiers

By Dave Buchanan

By the time you read this, we’ll know the winner of the Hahnenkamm downhill, being run Saturday in Kitzbuehel, Austria. This isn’t your ordinary super-scary World Cup downhill; it’s the Hahnenkamm, the race described as  ...

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Sons of Norway: Sweaters, roots and Minnesota

By Rachel Sauer

Besides the sweaters, one of the first things you notice at any given Sons of Norway meeting is that most roads lead to Minnesota. As in: “You knew my parents back in Minnesota?” Or, “My sister has a neighbor in ...

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Former teacher recalls applying to program, 1986 shuttle disaster

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That recollection of the telltale curl of smoke in the clear, blue Florida sky still haunts Mary Graham, who had aspired to be aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1986. Graham, then a teacher at Tope Elementary School, was caught up in the ...

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Student of the Week: PHS senior Brittany Lopez

By Staff

GPA: 3.78 After-school activities: Volunteering at Taylor Elementary with the English Language learner students, and work. Favorite book: “In Cold Blood” by Truman Capote. Favorite TV show: “L.A. Ink.” Favorite band ...

Tree-covered wildlife crossing proposed near Vail

By The AP

DENVER — A New York firm has won an international contest to design a highway wildlife crossing near Vail. The winning design, announced Sunday, is for a broad overpass covered by trees, shrubs and grasses to blend in with the landscape ...

JUCO chairman selected for Hall of Fame

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The Alpine Bank Junior College Baseball World Series tournament chairman, Jamie Hamilton, will be one of four people inducted into the National Junior College Athletic Association Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame, the NJCAA ...

Masked man robs North Avenue business at gunpoint

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction police this morning are looking for a man who reportedly robbed a North Avenue business at gunpoint Sunday night. Police spokeswoman Kate Porras said the suspect wore a mask, dark blue jacket, blue jeans and gloves, and he ...

No one injured in fire at Williams pad

By Dennis Webb

No one was injured when a tank caught fire at a Williams well pad near Rifle early this morning. Williams spokeswoman Susan Alvillar said the fire started before dawn at a pad in the Beaver Creek area. The tank is used for flowback of fluids ...

Marsh joins football coaching staff at Mesa State

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Fruita Monument High School football coach Shawn Marsh has resigned to become the associate head coach/co-offensive coordinator at Mesa State College. Marsh told Fruita Monument Athletic Director Denny Squibb on Sunday night he was leaving ...

Colo. lawmakers decline to ban some rodeo events

By Duffy Hayes

DENVER — Two rodeo events some consider cruel to animals appear unlikely to come under a state ban this year. A Colorado House committee voted today not to ban steer-tailing and horse-tripping. Both events are sometimes performed in ...

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