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Sports Brief, July 5, 2010

By Staff

Softball Crush finish tied for 13th in Sparkler The Grand Valley Crush 18-under softball team finished tied for 13th over the weekend in the 134-team Sparkler Tournament in Westminster. After going 3-0-1 in pool play, the Crush lost to the ...


Down on the farm

By Staff

Four Western Slope high school graduates are playing professional baseball in the minor leagues. Here’s a progress report: Kiel Roling, 1B, Tulsa Drillers: The Central graduate is on an eight-game hitting streak through Sunday for the ...


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Fruita’s hustle helps it win first game of 9-10 B Little League tournament

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When you’re suiting up for your first Little League All-Star tournament game, it’s understandable if you’re a little nervous. The Fruita 9-10 B baseball team got rid of its nervous energy Monday night by running the bases in ...


Avoid nagging distraction by going to problem’s root

By Staff

“I almost canceled our coaching appointment today,” Angie said. “My son needed a ride and Ron said he was too busy.” “I’m glad you made it,” I said. “How is Ron’s job search ...


Health Briefs, July 6, 2010

By Staff

Hospice plans volunteer info session Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado will host a volunteer information session for people interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities in the Grand Valley. A session will be from ...


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Governor candidate facing fine

By Charles Ashby

Republican gubernatorial contender Dan Maes is expected to be ordered to pay what could be the largest campaign finance fine ever levied against a candidate by the Colorado Secretary of State’s Office. In response to a complaint filed ...


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Grants give hope to homeless

By Amy Hamilton

Five-year-old Marissa Gomez used to pray each night to God that she and her mother could find a permanent home to live in. The little girl and her mother, along with her four older siblings, slept on friends’ couches or in an occasional ...


Gateway braces for recreational rush

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Mesa County and federal government officials are opening discussions about ways to manage recreational use of public lands in and around Gateway, knowing more people will flock to the area’s red-rock canyons as Gateway Canyons Resort ...


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Visions of Las Colonias Park surface again along riverfront

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Four years ago, a landscape architect stood in front of the Grand Junction City Council and proclaimed that Las Colonias Park, once developed, could become “a new front door for the city.” Today, though, that door still lacks a ...


Udall: Returning Anvil Points funds to Colorado counties ‘a top priority’

By Dennis Webb

U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., said he continues to fight for passage of legislation to allow for release of millions of dollars of federal mineral-lease revenues to local counties. The funds remain tied up in connection with the ongoing ...


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