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No Flukey: GJ forward scores six goals in victory

By Scott Schlaufman

The Grand Junction girls lacrosse team is still getting certain things together. Heading into their first game, the team had only had its jerseys for a few days, and coach Kathaleen Recker was still adjusting to a game she played in ...


Prep baseball scores, March 18, 2010

By Staff

Fruita 14, Hillcrest, Utah 4 Thursday at Farmington Tournament Hillcrest 101 020 — 4 4 2 Fruita Monument 004 226 — 14 18 1 Chris Hackworth, Daniel Eike (5) and Marcus Jones; Shai Fullmer, Jake Williams (6) and Aaron Barger. WP ...


Fullmer pitches ‘Cats to victory on diamond

By Staff

Shai Fullmer only struck out one batter Thursday, but he was in total control for the Fruita Monument High School baseball team in a 14-4 win over Hillcrest (Utah) in the first round of the Farmington Tournament. Fullmer threw five solid ...


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Court changes: New faces in new places the norm for valley tennis teams

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One word describes the girls tennis teams in the Grand Valley: Inexperienced. Players are sliding from doubles to singles, moving up from junior varsity to varsity, and all looking to gain experience to be on the right track to the state ...


Prep lacrosse score, March 18, 2010

By Staff

Grand Junction 13, Eagle Valley 10 Thursday at Canyon View Park Halftime score: GJ 6-4. Goals (assists): EV-  Kayla Gagon 3, Jessica Trujillo 2, Amanda Morgan 2, Margie Shelby, Kelsi Schwan, Ashley Winsor; GJ- Amy Flukey 6, Santana ...


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Elks Lodge interior as intriguing, vivid with history as its outside

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If you drive by the Elks Lodge at Fourth Street and Ute Avenue and think you would like to see inside, you will have that chance Saturday, when the Elks host a benefit concert to support the Legends Historic Sculptures Project. Here is ...


4-year degree program moves to full House vote

By Charles Ashby

Allowing Colorado Mountain College to offer four-year- degree programs not only would expand higher education in the state, but it also would help local economies. That, at least, was the argument that persuaded the House Education Committee ...


Local Briefs, March 19, 2010

By Staff

Montrose election ballots mailed out The Montrose Clerk and Recorder’s Office began sending out mail-in ballots Thursday for the city’s upcoming council race. Registered voters who do not receive a ballot in the mail should ...


Sales tax revenue down in February in Grand Junction

By Emily Shockley

February was another disappointing month for Grand Junction sales and use tax collections, with the city collecting half a million dollars less than expected. The city budgeted for a $3.7 million haul but ended up taking in $3.2 million in ...


County in good position to ride out economic storm, officials say

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Despite plummeting sales-tax revenue, soaring foreclosures and a steady decline in building permits, Mesa County leaders insisted this afternoon the county is on solid financial footing due to a healthy fund balance and plans to expedite ...


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