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Soul Food in town 4-19-9

Guest chef serves soul food on Sundays

By Carrie Marfitano

Residents aching for some home-cooked soul food can find the next best thing at The Stadium Sports Bar & Grill, 3210 Interstate 70 Business Loop in Clifton, where guest chef Maurice Miller started Soul Food Sundays less than two months ...


New 2-story REI store planned at 24 Road

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Developers are expected to break ground later this year on a new commercial development along 24 Road north of Mesa Mall, including a new, two-story REI store. Documents on file with the Grand Junction Public Works and Planning Department ...


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Background, needs of women in jail prompt search for effective programs

By Amy Hamilton

What works for male criminal offenders doesn’t mean it will work for women offenders, officials in Mesa County’s community corrections system have come to realize. But 30 years ago, officials of the Criminal Justice Services ...


Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup April 19, 2009

By Staff

BASEBALL • The Palisade High School baseball team played its fifth and sixth game of the week, splitting with Rifle. Palisade won the first game 11-7 but dropped the second 9-7. The Bulldogs (6-6, 5-4 Western Slope League) missed ...


Lacrosse B v Glenwd 4-18-9

Lightning strike big with Johns Hopkins-style offense

By Patrick Bahr

In any sport, a slow-down style of offense traditionally doesn’t produce a lot of points. In the Grand Valley boys lacrosse game Saturday against Glenwood Springs, the Lightning went with a more patient approach. The strategy went ...


Briefs: Mesa State Roundup April 19, 2009

By Staff

SOFTBALL • Mavs back in RMAC contention Mesa State College, teetering on the brink of being left out of the RMAC softball tournament only two weeks ago, has played its way back into contention. The Mavericks swept a doubleheader ...


Mesa State Football: Defense still strong for Mavs

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College football team opened spring camp looking for the one thing it lost from its 2007 playoff season — aggressive, intense defense. It appears to be there. The defense didn’t allow the offense to score a ...


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LS: Economy, local food movement make chicks popular purchase

By Melinda Mawdsley

Nick Shaffer cradled two chicks in his arms like newborn babies. Nick, 8, has raised chicks for several years in a heated shed behind his family’s Redlands home. “We got them because I just wanted to get them,” Nick said of ...


Briefs: Local Sports April 19, 2009

By Staff

Gymnastics • Cammi Muhr of KidzPlex Gymnastics qualified for the Junior Olympic National Invitational next month after placing in the top 10 at Friday’s USAG Level 10 Regional Championships in Denver. Muhr, who became the ...


Fr BB v Mont 4-18-9

Fruita holds off Montrose at Canyon View Park

By Staff

Break out the dog-eared copy of that old cliché book you’ve got on the shelf. Backs against the wall. One game at a time, inning at a time, one pitch at a time. Manufacturing runs, one run at a time. Don’t make mental ...


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