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Briefs: Mesa State Golf Sept. 16, 2009

By Staff

College Golf Mavs roll to title at Adams State Mesa State had four of the top six individuals to easily win its first women’s golf tournament of the season, the Adams State Invitational on Tuesday at Cattails Golf Course in ...


Briefs: Gymnastics Sept. 16, 2009

By Staff

Gymnastics Colorado West gymnasts win The compulsory team from Colorado West Gymnastics competed in the Black Canyon invitational last weekend in Montrose and took the top three places in the 12-older division in Level 5. Melita Pawlowski ...


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Wissel’s walk-off HR lifts Wildcats past rival Tigers

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Fruita Monument softball coach Jamie Dunn threw an idea out to Wildcats’ cleanup hitter Ashleigh Wissel, hoping it would work. Tuesday night at Bergman Field, the Wildcats (8-1, 1-0 Southwestern League) were tied 1-1 with Grand ...


GJ quick to take control of soccer game

By Scott Schlaufman

It took only 11 minutes for Grand Junction High School’s soccer team to change the game in its Southwest League opener, a 9-1 win against Central. In an 11-minute span from the eighth to 19th minute, Tiger forwards Tim Hofer and Brendan ...


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One sly fox

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Dave Fox is one of the enduring faces of coaching in the Grand Valley. Since 1981, coaches have come and gone at the four area high schools, but one constant has been Fox coaching some sport at Fruita Monument High School. “It’s ...


Duffy Hayes video gallery

By Staff

Tour a wildlife rehab center: Unique art project: Teachers bare their hair, for a chair: ‘Bee Bob’:    ...


Youth connect with dogs for ‘New Leash on Life’

By Staff

Nothing softens the heart like a cute, furry friend, with big lovable eyes, floppy ears and a tail that always says, “I’m happy.” “How he reacted to me was all positive,” said the young man holding the leash. At ...


On road to becoming, don’t forget to just be

By Sheri Fisher

As I was out last weekend, I ended up at a restaurant where one of my clients was performing with her band. She’s the lead singer in a couple of local groups, joining with various musicians to perform at different venues. As Caitlyn ...


Briefs: Local Health Sept. 15, 2009

By Amy Hamilton

B4 Babies and Beyond received grant More low-income families than before are eligible to receive Child Health Plan Plus, CHP+ and Medicaid, thanks to new eligibility guidelines. Hilltop’s nonprofit program, B4 Babies and Beyond, ...


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Family working to spread awareness of childhood cancer

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction couple Rusty and Jami Lloyd couldn’t have fathomed two months ago how different their family life would be today. On July 16, their 3-year-old daughter Gracie was diagnosed with a rare form of childhood cancer, ...


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