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Silt’s Jackie Gross in running to be selected ‘2012 Extreme Huntress’

By Dave Buchanan

Achieving any high goal requires a rare combination of determination, perseverance and drive. A bit of luck never hurts, either. If you have any doubts about the above recipe, just ask Jackie Gross of Silt. Gross, freshly turned 29, is ...


Turnovers prove costly for Mesa men

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Colorado Mesa’s men’s basketball team turned the ball over 23 times to help No. 22 Seattle Pacific defeat the Mavericks 67-55 in the Dixie State Classic in St. George, Utah. The Mavericks (1-1) shot 43 percent from the floor and ...


For the Record, Nov. 12, 2011

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Dylan and Baylie Spiller, Grand Junction, a son, Oct. 19. T.J. and Logan Brewer, Moab, Utah, a daughter, Oct. 20. Brad and Debra Williams, Fruita, a son, Oct. 20. Peter Stone and Kristina Bounds, Grand ...


Chadron defeats Colorado Mesa in overtime

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CHADRON, Neb. - Chadron State College scored a touchdown on its first possession in overtime and its defense held as the Eagles defeated the Colorado Mesa University football team 24-17 in overtime at Don Beebe Stadium. Colorado Mesa (4-7, ...


Martin wins Rim Rock Marathon

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Zachary Martin of Boulder was the first runner to Cold Shivers Point and the first individual runner to cross the finish line today in the Rim Rock Marathon. Martin won $100 for the preem to Cold Shivers and finished the race in 2 hours, 55 ...


Palisade wins wild one

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Palisade High School fullback Quinn Zamora scored a touchdown late in the game and Luke McLean intercepted a pass with a minute left to preserve the Bulldogs’ 35-27 victory over Evergreen in the first round of the Class 3A state playoffs ...


Good, bad or indifferent? It’s all a matter of perspective

By Gary McCallister

I have good news and bad news. Which do you want first? Wait, this is my column so I guess I have to decide. The only reason I asked is because I’m not sure which news is good and which is bad. The words “good” and ...


Homegrown: Nov. 12, 2011

By Dennis Hill

Our 3-year-old Winter King Hawthorne has two places where the bark is gone. There is a small hole in each bare spot. The southern exposure has been there awhile and appears to be healing. The eastern exposure is new this year. What might ...


Drip tip: Nov. 12, 2011

By Staff

DO YOU KNOW WHERE THE MASTER WATER SHUT-OFF IS IN YOUR HOME? Everyone in your house needs to know where the master water shut-off valve is located. This could save water and prevent damage to your home when the catastrophic leak ...


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Fabric store reopens in mall

By Amy Hamilton

A second-time around appears to be working like a charm for Grand Junction’s Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft store after its reopening earlier this week in Mesa Mall. Hundreds of customers appeared dazed and smiled broadly, wandering the ...


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