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Fort Lewis edges Mesa men’s soccer team

By Scott Schlaufman

The Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team has had plenty of close losses this year, but Wednesday’s 1-0 loss to Fort Lewis at Walker Field hurt a little more than the rest. In the second game of the year against the Skyhawks, ...


Disc golfers set to tee off at state championships in valley

By Staff

With courses on the east and west end of the Grand Valley, this weekend is a chance to showcase disc golf. Saturday and Sunday, nearly 200 professional and amateur disc golf players will play in the Colorado Disc Sports Association state ...


GJ graduate Claycomb is LPGA teacher of the year

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As she taught more and more people how to play golf, Susan Claycomb-Crowley found that many of them never actually played the game. “They learn how to hit the ball and become practicers, they never take it to the golf course,” the ...


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Happy to be here: Several players choose to play for Bulldogs

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When Quinn Zamora was told his family was moving to the Grand Valley, he knew where he wanted to go to school. Zamora grew up in Gunnison and moved to Palisade with his family prior to his sophomore year of high school. “My dad heard ...


Western State to consider name change

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Six months ago, a survey found then-Mesa State College students, alumni and staff preferred University of Western Colorado to any other suggested name for the school. The college’s board of trustees decided to rename the institution ...


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Jewelry-box raids for cash

By Amy Hamilton

Gold recently has hovered around $1,660 an ounce, a robust rate for the precious metal, which has seen its value steadily march upward from about $300 an ounce at the beginning of the millennium, a decade ago in October. Gold hit a record high ...


Magazine: Montrose a good place for the young

By Staff

Montrose County was listed as one of the 100 Best Communities for Young People on Wednesday by America’s Promise Alliance for the county’s efforts to support disadvantaged youth, after-school programs and community-oriented ...


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Getting It Right, Oct. 13, 2011

By Staff

An incorrect photo ran with the Page 5A story Wednesday headlined “Mesa County mails 64,000-plus ballots to voters.” The correct photo for Mesa County Clerk Sheila Reiner is provided here. A story on Page One Wednesday should have ...


Death Notices, Oct. 13, 2011

By Staff

Louraine M. Adair, 84, Grand Junction, died Oct. 7, 2011, at Hospice Care Center. Services will take place at 2 p.m. Saturday at Crossroads United Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband, Forrest; two daughters Nina K. Cook of ...


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Two more enter race for Mesa County Commission

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Two longtime Mesa County residents are the latest entrants into Mesa County Commission District 1 race. Former County Commissioner John Leane and current Planning Commission member John Justman have joined four other candidates seeking to ...


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