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Ultimate senior Mort enjoying final season

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One by one, Kris Mort went down the line and hugged every player on the Colorado Mesa University softball team Saturday at Bergman Field. She got to the end of the line, where catcher Megan Smith was waiting, still in full gear, to give her ...


GJ selected one of ‘Best Towns for Sportsmen’

By Dave Buchanan

Citing the area’s scenic attractions, plentiful lakes and numerous elk, Outdoor Life Magazine recently picked Grand Junction as America’s sixth-best town for sportsmen. The selection is part of the magazine’s fifth annual ...

Dental care is important for pets’ overall well-being

By Staff

I need your assistance in answering an important question concerning my dog’s teeth. Megan is a cross between a black Lab and border collie. She is a fabulous 5-year-old, and I love her very much. However, she has never been keen on me ...


Joel Arellano ready to run 25 miles in bomb disposal suit

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Joel Arellano wanted to train for a very special race, so he turned to a good friend for advice. The 39-year-old Grand Junction Fire Department captain is running in the Gemini Adventures Desert Rats Trail Running Festival on Saturday on the ...


Outdoor enthusiasts get their fix of gears at swap, sale festival

By Amy Hamilton

Laurie Brandt of Montrose wanted to sell a bike, not buy a new one Saturday during Grand Junction’s MOG Festival. But she couldn’t shake her feelings for a cylco-cross bike after spotting it at the Manufacturers of Outdoor Gear ...

Smith’s strong day lifts Mavs to a split

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Megan Smith may have found an inner spirit to lift her out of a funk. The Colorado Mesa junior snapped a hitting slump, going 5 for 5 with two home runs and three RBI to lead the Mavericks to a doubleheader split against Nebraska-Kearney on ...


Quarterback competition

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Jason Haferman has emerged as a challenger for the role of Colorado Mesa’s starting quarterback. The junior from Fort Collins got lost in the shuffle last fall, but proved he could lead the Mavericks under new head coach Russ ...

Mavericks forced to settle for twinbill split with Christian

By Staff

Colorado Mesa failed to take advantage of seven walks and settled for a doubleheader split Saturday at Colorado Christian. The Mavericks (28-10, 22-6 RMAC) rolled to a 13-0 victory in the first game behind Garrett Carpenter’s ...

Blotter, April 15, 2012

By Staff

Girls cited for fighting Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputies broke up a fight between two girls outside Grand Mesa Middle School. The fight occurred at 2:40 p.m. March 27. The girls received summonses for fighting in public, ...

Central baseball team starts fast, but has to hold on late to top Durango on the road

By Staff

The Central High baseball team put up four runs in the first inning and held on for a 11-8 win at Durango. Central (9-5, 3-3 Southwestern League) won despite allowing a home run to Durango’s Easton Garcia. Durango (9-5, 4-2) tied the ...

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