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Teams have plenty of room in new dugouts

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Suplizio Field has a new press box, hospitality level and seat backs on the first-base side, but the renovation started with the dugouts. The National Junior College Athletic Association, the governing body of the Alpine Bank Junior College ...


It wasn’t just the Tower that changed for in time for JUCO

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The Lincoln Park Tower is the most noticeable change at Suplizio Field, but it’s not the only one. The Tower, concourse and new dugouts are an $8.3 million project, but other upgrades were added, bringing the total price to a little ...


New seating finally gives the derriere a much-needed break

By Patti Arnold

Let’s face it: Sitting on metal bleachers isn’t the most comfortable way to watch any sporting event, let alone 19 baseball games in eight days. You can bring a cushion, a sports seat that gives you some back support or just fold ...


Renovations provide more elbow room

By Nick Walter

No longer will fans at Suplizio Field have to bump elbows in front of the first-base stands to get to the main grandstand. The renovations at the concourse mean, among many additional luxuries, space. Lots of it. Fans entering the concourse ...


The building of Lincoln Park Tower became more than a structure

By Patti Arnold

During football games this past fall, fans got a glimpse of three imposing concrete structures, growing taller and taller by the week. They saw the labyrinth of scaffolding as the various levels of the Lincoln Park Tower were being ...


New JUCO digs a labor of love for Hamilton

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Jamie Hamilton has built a new house. He’s built a new building for his business. The Lincoln Park Tower project, though, was his labor of love. “Debbie (his wife) did a really good job with the house, and when we built the (Home ...

Firko in uniform

DA drops charges against Firko

By Paul Shockley

Mesa County prosecutors on Friday dismissed charges against a ranking Colorado State Patrol corporal in the 2010 death of Jason Kemp, as District Attorney Pete Hautzinger cited dim prospects for a conviction after last month’s trial ...


Trauma ruptured toddler’s intestines; boyfriend jailed

By Paul Shockley

Doctors determined a 19-month-old Grand Junction boy suffered blunt-force trauma to the abdomen last month — enough force to rupture intestines and cause fatal internal bleeding that wasn’t detected in a hospital X-ray hours before ...

Weekend events in Grand Junction to mark Memorial Day

By Staff

Memorial Day observances will take place across the Grand Valley on Sunday and Monday. The events begin with the Grand Valley Combined Honor Guard conducting a retreat ceremony at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western ...

High winds to keep rattling valley today

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The Grand Valley today is under a double-barreled threat of heightened fire danger and potential property damage, as the area could be whipped by the strongest wind gusts ever recorded in the city. All of western Colorado and much of eastern ...

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