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Fire FC wins Colorado State Cup

By Staff

The Fire FC Premier ‘97 girls team from the Grand Junction Soccer Club made history Sunday, overcoming a scoreless first half to beat Nike Rush 1-0 in the Colorado State Cup championship game. “At the half I told the team that we ...


Horsing around: Horseshoe tournament has vulgar name, easy-going vibe

By Scott Schlaufman

For the past decade, Collbran resident Dave Brant has made the trip to Lincoln Park for an annual horseshoe tournament. It’s a laid-back tournament, starting with the name — use your imagination, now… the “Pitch ...


Week in Sports for May 23-29, 2010

By Kim Kochevar

Super sports photos captured during the past week. Call 256-4388 for reprints.  ...

Fire wins Colorado State Cup

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The Fire FC Premier ’97 girls soccer team defeated Nike Rush 1-0 today to win the Colorado State Cup, the first Grand Junction Soccer Club team to win the prestigious tournament. Leah Swander scored the only goal of the game, and keeper ...

Field set for JUCO 2010

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Three teams qualified today for the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, completing the field for the 53rd annual tournament, which begins Saturday at Suplizio Field. Crowder (Mo.) College defeated Delgado (La.) Community College 11-7 to ...

Beaver Fire continues to rage near Montrose/San Miguel border

By Emily Shockley

Residents in the San Miguel Canyon corridor near Norwood are asked to stay alert today as firefighters battle a 3,000-acre fire in the area today. The Beaver Fire began Saturday on private as well as public land near Highway 145 and ...

Gert bond set at $500,000

By Emily Shockley

Bond has been set at $500,000 for Wayne F. Gert, a Fruita man arrested this weekend on suspicion of killing his roommate, Henry J. Trisler Jr. Gert attended a bond hearing at 9 a.m. Sunday via closed circuit broadcast from Mesa County Jail. ...

The Edmiston drama

By The Daily Sentinel

During his two decades as Mesa County’s waste management director, Bob Edmiston has turned the Mesa County landfill from the old concept of a dump, to a modern facility using innovative techniques to handle the large amount of trash we ...

Synthesized ethics questions

By The Daily Sentinel

Picture this: Artificially created bacteria that thrive on petroleum are turned loose on the massive oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico and rapidly reduce the slick to the size of grease stain on a garage floor. Or consider a more frightening ...

Some modest ideas to help attract cars to parking garage

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Oftentimes, parking structures are built in places that people want to go. The rudimentary analysis goes like this: There’s something that attracts people in large and consistent number, enough so that it’s difficult to park ...

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