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Saturday was 13th red-flag-warning day of this year

By Rachel Sauer

Not to succumb to superstition or anything, but: the Grand Valley had its 13th red flag warning of 2012 on Saturday. So, if you ended the day with about a pound of dust in your eyes and that disgruntled feeling that follows being ...

You Said It, May 6, 2012

By Staff

We had been in business here in Grand Junction for six months before we realized that Colorado National Monument was not just the “statue” we had seen west of town. I like the suggestion of buses for visitors and Colorado National ...


Hearkening to not-so-simple time

By Rachel Sauer

Chores that today take minutes could have, in the early 1900s, taken hours. Want to take a bath? Make the soap, make the towels and boil the water first. Want some delicious dessert? Grow the apples, mill the flour, milk the cow, make the ...


Mort, Mavericks fall at Central Regional

By Staff

Kris Mort’s coaching career came to an end Saturday in Sioux Falls, S.D., when Colorado Mesa University’s softball team fell to Colorado Christian 5-2 in the NCAA Division II Central Region tournament. Mesa stranded 11 runners, ...

Herland helps Palisade sweep through WSL

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If, by some bizarre, inexplicable twist, Palisade High School does not get to host a Class 4A district baseball tournament, Tate Herland will have one heck of a memory of his final high school games at Suplizio Field. He drove in six of ...


Behrends’ last-second entry in 800 relay lifts Wildcats

By Nick Walter

Maybe the most dramatic leg run in the Tiger Invitational on Saturday was not on the track. It was on the Stocker Stadium infield. Just before the girls 800-meter relay, the Fruita Monument High girls realized a teammate, who had been ...

GJ girls lacrosse team gets revenge vs. Durango

By Staff

Grand Junction’s girls lacrosse team rebounded from Friday’s loss to Durango to edge the Demons 5-4 on Saturday. Emma LeFebre and Kacie Jay scored two goals each and Morgan Emmons added another as the Tigers outshot Durango ...

Growth of WILA could benefit Colorado Mesa lacrosse

By Matt Meyer

The five-team Western Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association might be growing. Two potential additions were showcased at Walker Field over the weekend when Colorado Mesa and Grand Valley Lacrosse hosted the Division I and Division II Rocky ...

Prep baseball scores, May 5, 2012

By Staff

Palisade 15, Steamboat 5 Saturday at Suplizio Field Game 1 Steamboat Springs 111 00 — 5 5 2 Palisade 434 22 — 15 10 4 Tyler Brown, Gaven VanPelt (2) and Thomas Kelly; Kameron Pfaff, Lane Orman (5) and Caden Woods. WP — ...

Prep track and field results, May 5, 2012

By Staff

Tiger Invitational Saturday at Stocker Stadium BOYS Team Scores 1. Durango, 86; 2. Fruita Monument, 85; 3. Horizon, 82; 4. Pomona, 71; 5. Grand Junction, 69; 6. Moffat County, 53; 7. Eagle Valley, 41; 8. Montrose, 40; 9. Telluride, 28; 10. ...

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