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JUCO Notebook: Umpires catch Hawaiian fever

By Staff

Umpires catch Hawaiian fever The Wednesday night game of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series traditionally has a more laid-back appearance. With the daily schedule down to two games, JUCO committee members show up clad in Hawaiian ...


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Harris’ Miracles Baseball Academy teaches youngsters about more than just baseball

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Whatever is going on in David Harris’ life, he knows he has a place to go to work on his swing. His father started and operates Miracles Baseball Academy, a Christian-based, nonprofit organization in Houston. “It is place to go ...


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Reivers maturing as a team in tournament

By Patti Arnold

Marc Rardin isn’t quite ready to declare his Iowa Western Community College baseball team all grown up, but he’s noticed a difference in the Reivers this week. “It’s being comfortable being in the environment,” ...


The social life: Social media becoming a staple for JUCO players and teams

By Daniel Humphries

It’s official: social media has invaded JUCO. Facebook, Twitter and YouTube have made their way into the dugouts of various teams during the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, including that of Potomac State (W. Va) College. The ...


JUCO World Series scores, June 1, 2011

By Staff

Iowa Western 13, Chipola 0 (5) Game 14 Iowa Western (AB-R-H-BI) Mitch Warne cf 2-1-2-3, Levi Meyer c 4-2-2-3, Tanner Moore lf 4-0-2-1, Kevin Starr 1b 3-1-2-1, Damek Tomscha 3b 4-2-1-1, Mike Wieland dh 4-1-2-1, Chris Waylock ss 4-2-3-1, Adam ...


Montrose composite company expanding to Front Range

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Polystrand, a Montrose-based composite-material producer, will break ground Friday for a 120,000-square-foot office and manufacturing facility near Denver in an effort to lower shipping costs of its product and materials used ...


Anzelmo to retire on July 1

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Efforts to upgrade Colorado National Monument to a national park will go forward without Superintendent Joan Anzelmo, who will retire July 1. Anzelmo announced her retirement Wednesday, marking the end of a 35-year career in the National Park ...


Conservative alliance to host Colorado secretary of state for meeting tonight

By Staff

Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler will speak tonight to the Western Slope Conservative Alliance. Gessler made headlines on several fronts since taking office in January, including his decision, which he later withdrew, to continue ...


Blotter, June 2, 2011

By Staff

Kayaker drowns in Green Shirley Palmer, 73, of Tucson, Ariz., died Tuesday after her inflatable kayak flipped on the Green River in Utah, according to the Grand County Sheriff’s Department. Palmer drowned about 11:30 a.m. in the Wire ...


Montrose festival goes on as costs, fees increase

By William Woody

MONTROSE — It is costing organizers 10 times more to put on the weekly event, and vendors will pay higher fees to be part of the festivities, but Main in Motion begins its 10th season in downtown Montrose this evening. Despite the ...


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