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Area Taco Bells want to support local events, not Denver promotions

By Nick Walter

Whether they’re fans of inexpensive tacos, the Colorado Rockies or both, some western Colorado residents have expressed their disdain for Grand Junction Taco Bells not participating in a Rockies-Taco Bell promotion. The promotion varies ...


New home sweet

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The butterflies were fluttering, but they settled down quickly enough. The Colorado Mesa University baseball team overcame early jitters Friday night playing the first game at the recently renovated Suplizio Field to defeat Metro State 19-5 ...

Warriors top Indians in 10 innings

By Matt Meyer

Frank DiThomas had barely rounded first base Friday evening when he saw the game-winning run disappear into the crowd of his teammates surrounding home plate. DiThomas drove in the winning run with a base hit to left-center in the bottom of ...

Colorado Mesa women’s tennis team falls in RMAC semifinals

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa University women’s tennis team will have to hope it did enough this season to earn another NCAA Division II tournament bid. Western New Mexico defeated the Mavericks 5-3 in the RMAC semifinals on Friday at Gates Tennis ...

Reserves lead Wildcats past Cortez

By Staff

Missing two starters, Fruita Monument’s girls soccer team got two goals from Jennis Hart and one from Katie Benton in a 3-2 win Friday at Cortez. Fruita (9-3, 3-2 Southwestern League) took 15 shots on goal. Grand Junction 3, Durango 0: ...

For The Record, April 21, 2012

By Staff

MARRIAGES Tray Gibson Baker and Darcy Lynne Neal, April 3. Aaron Michael Blanchat and Heather Nicole Pippenger, April 10. Robert Kyle Brannon and Tifanie Marie Spirek, Jan. 20. Daniel Sugguiyao Bravo and Arlene C. Salvador Bailey, April ...

If piezoelectric effect doesn’t make you glow, I don’t know what will

By Staff

This week’s column will be about the piezoelectric effect. I mean, what else could it be? See, I have been under tremendous pressure to write a column on the effect of squeezing crystalline structures, so I hope you get a charge out of ...


Historic drought forming in West

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What looks like the incipient drought of 2012 already is drawing comparisons to 2002, when the Colorado River ran low and fire engulfed much of Colorado. And some watchers say 2002 could be the best-case scenario, that 2012 already is ...

Ranchers fret over possibility of early reservoir drawdown

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Having plenty of water in storage is a comfort for ranchers, but that comfort goes only so far, Molina rancher Carlyle Currier said. The most immediate effect of drought is on the unirrigated lands that supply early-season forage that ...

Water restrictions unlikely—for now

By Matthew Berger

Careful observation is the modus operandi at the moment. “We’re watching everything,” said Greg Trainor, utilities director for Grand Junction, about the city’s preparations for a relatively dry summer. “I ...

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