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State’s 4th-graders fare well in literacy

By Emily Shockley

Colorado ranked eighth in the nation in 2009 for percentage of fourth-grade students scoring at or above grade level in reading on statewide, standardized tests. Last week, the National Assessment of Educational Progress released average ...


Meth trafficking suspected; two jailed

By Emily Shockley

Two men were arrested early Saturday near mile marker 24 on Interstate 70 on suspicion of trying to traffic methamphetamine into Colorado. Juan Carlos Zepeda, 33, and Timoteo Aguayo-Zepeda, 39, were in possession of 2.6 pounds of suspected ...


Police Blotter, March 28, 2010

By Staff

Liquor store burglarized A Clifton liquor store was burglarized after 2 a.m. Saturday. Mesa County sheriff’s deputies responded to an alarm at the store at 424 32 Road and found a broken window and four bottles of alcohol missing from ...


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One individual champ enough for ‘Cats to win Mickey Dunn

By Allen Gemaehlich

Once Josh Flint handed the baton to Jonathon Wright, he figured Grand Junction High School had won the 400-meter relay. It turned out to be a photo finish. Wright held on to beat Fruita Monument’s Martin Zupan to the finish line for ...


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Just a number: Pair of local lifters don’t let age get in way of competing

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It’s hard to be told you can’t do something. Nobody wants to hear they’re too short, too young or too slow. Then there’s the phrase that’s hardest to take: you’re too old. For local Olympic lifters Janis ...


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Adair shows stuff as feature back in final spring scrimmage

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Zach Adair made sure he got a good night’s sleep Friday, and there was no doubt he was going to sleep well Saturday night. A long nap today isn’t out of the question. “I’m tired,” the redshirt freshman tailback ...


Tigers scrape runs across in one-run win

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School baseball team can manufacture a run if needed. Saturday at Suplizio Field, the Tigers scored one run in each of the final three innings to defeat Palmer Ridge 6-5. “We scraped a run across those last ...


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Dogs in the dirt: Palisade not afraid of physical play in win over Palmer Ridge

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Palisade High School baseball coach Steve Moore is a fan of tough baseball players. He likes guys who aren’t afraid to get a little dirty, sacrifice their bodies and love being the one making the play. Saturday at Suplizio Field, Moore ...


Amidei saves day for Mesa in baseball

By Staff

Jack Amidei faced only two batters Saturday, but the Mesa State College reliever did exactly what the Mavericks needed him to, striking out Joe Manders with two runners on to save Mesa State’s 7-4 victory and salvage a split of a ...


Change of season: Powderhorn closing marks start of spring, summer activities in Colorado

By Dave Buchanan

Sometime late this afternoon, numerous garage closets across the Grand Valley will creak open and out will come the golf clubs and in will go the skis and snowboards. When the doors close, winter goes, too. Forget that the calendar says ...


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