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Erickson’s surge in 3,200 relay helps Tigers place second

By Nick Walter

A body drained from 700 meters of running already flooded Matt Erickson’s mind. In the final 100 meters of the 3,200 relay on Saturday, Grand Junction’s anchor heard a teammate shout: “He’s right behind ...


Corwin’s single lifts Mavs to win over Regis

By Staff

For 7 1/2 innings Saturday, Regis pitcher Mike McElreath and Colorado Mesa pitcher Jared Christensen matched pitch for pitch, hit for hit. In the bottom of the eighth, McElreath blinked. A walk to Justin Rosales, a one-out base hit up the ...


Police: Doctors wouldn’t sign off on assault case

By Paul Shockley

Court records involving a woman who reported an assault indicate doctors at St. Mary’s Hospital refused to review the case because they didn’t want to be called to court. The reported refusal, outlined in a Grand Junction Police ...


Wildcats rally from 5-0 deficit vs. Cortez

By Staff

Gage Lovern hit a triple and a home run and drove in five runs Saturday as the Fruita Monument High School baseball team rallied from a 5-0 deficit to beat Montezuma-Cortez 17-7 in five innings. Lovern’s two-run home run to left-center ...


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Former pro football player talks of his days on the field

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These days Mike Montler lives a relaxing life in Grand Junction with his wife, Suzy, and an Airedale terrier dog, working out regularly to maintain the physique of a professional football player, long after retirement. His journey to this ...


Mavs split DH with Colorado Christian

By Patti Arnold

Taylor Gross doesn’t really remember how she got a fat lip Saturday, and she’s a little fuzzy on her game-winning hit. “It’s disgusting,” Gross said, speaking gingerly so she didn’t open up the three deep ...


Li, Kuosman lift Fairview to team title in invitational

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Monica Li and Katie Kuosman could be enemies, but they consider themselves friends. The Fairview High School girls tennis players have gone back and forth, knocking each other off to play No. 1 singles for the Knights. Li played No. 1 ...


Pet might let you know when it’s time with its eyes

By Staff

How do you know when it’s time for a pet to be euthanized? The decision to euthanize a family pet is one of the most difficult choices a pet owner must face. Often the pet has been a part of the family or a sole companion for many ...


Prep tennis results, March 24, 2012

By Staff

Western Slope Invitational Saturday at Elliott Tennis Center Team Scores 1. Fairview, 188; 2. Heritage, 164; 3. Denver East, 157; 4. Ralston Valley, 152; 5. Steamboat Springs, 142; 6. Columbine, 134; 7. Poudre, 127; 8. Chatfield, 107; 9. ...


Biz Buzz — March 25, 2012

By Staff

When a restaurant is named Jimmy’z Hamburger, of course, it serves hamburgers. And they’re fresh, never frozen, one-third-pound, hand-packed patties, according to Jennifer Duarte, who opened the restaurant with her husband, Ramy, ...


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