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Tippetts’ expenses under scrutiny

By Amy Hamilton

As tensions mounted over the Grand Junction Regional Airport fence issue, some general aviation tenants targeted airport Director Rex Tippetts for firing and launched inquiries into his expenses and activities. They asked: Why did he travel? ...


Mavs pile on runs in rout of Mines

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The day began with a players-only meeting. It ended with a Colorado Mesa University RMAC doubleheader sweep of the Colorado School of Mines on Saturday at Canyon View Park. One day after the Mavericks’ humiliating loss to the Colorado ...


Grand Junction soccer star foreshadowed goals in book

By Nick Walter

A child’s soccer dreams are jotted on 15 pages with black marker. Over a glossy, dark-orange background of the hardback cover, the ballooning word “GOAL” drops diagonally, the letters alternating blue and yellow. The ...

Baldwin leads Tigers to pair of wins in Arizona

By Staff

Grand Junction’s Steve Baldwin hit a double that rolled to the wall and scored three runs in the bottom of the eighth inning of Grand Junction’s 6-5 win over Montgomery Bell, Tenn. on Saturday in Tolleson, Ariz. Grand Junction ...


Ski resorts setting good example for other industries

By Dave Buchanan

Most skiers and riders may never notice, but their favorite snow resorts are as green as they are white. It’s not a seasonal thing but a long-term commitment by the ski industry to walk their talk of being environmental stewards. The ...


Learn finer points of wild turkey hunting

By Dave Buchanan

Don’t be fooled by the name. Turkey hunting can be a real challenge, particularly for newcomers to this popular and fast-growing activity. Spring is a delightful time to be roaming the mostly snow-free hills of western Colorado and ...

Mavericks’ bats come alive for softball DH split

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s offense broke loose to give the Mavericks softball team their sixth doubleheader split of the season. Mesa (10-10, 8-8 RMAC) scored 14 runs on 20 hits to defeat the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs 14-6 in the ...


GET ON THE LIST: Take a sage grouse tour

By Dave Buchanan

In the half-light of dawn, across desolate prairies and high-steppe flats, the cycles of spring include the drumming, dancing and courting rituals of Greater sage grouse. These primordial scenes are unforgettable, and the few public tours to ...


80 years and a mountain of cabbage

By Amy Hamilton

The Fruita United Methodist Church’s annual St. Patrick’s Day dinner had 79 years under its belt going into Saturday, and dinner No. 80 showed it’s still picking up steam. The 30 women in the United Methodist Women prepared ...


Finding a niche

By Nick Walter

In only its third season, the Grand Gents rugby club team needed to start a fundraiser and sell something in order to thrive. But scented candles? “Just because we’re rugby players,” said Grand Gents hook Jonny Sanchez of ...

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