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R-5 BOOK SIGNING ARC 040711

R-5 High School students recount trauma, anxiety in book

By Amy Hamilton

Kristen Verzani doesn’t like to talk about her feelings, but writing them down comes easy. Jenidy Clymer was told she wasn’t any good at writing, but she kept at it anyway. After putting her 2-year-old son to bed at night, ...


Blotter, April 21, 2011

By Staff

Sculpture vandal sought A sculpture in a roundabout near Main Street in Silt was damaged recently, and the Garfield County Sheriff’s Department is asking the public for information about who did it. The sculpture is of a climber, and ...


Getting It Right, April 21, 2011

By Staff

A story on Page 10A Wednesday should have said Bank of America Corp. is closing only its mortgage fulfillment office, which processes and underwrites loans, at its branch at 2504 U.S. Highway 6&50 in Grand Junction. The branch’s ...


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Catholic Outreach to build veterans housing

By Amy Hamilton

A federal grant would have helped, but without it, Catholic Outreach of the Grand Valley will not be deterred from building housing for homeless veterans. News that Catholic Outreach won’t get a Department of Veterans Affairs grant ...


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The joy of baseball: Smiles abound during Challenger season openers

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Sadie Beale has one of the sweetest smiles you’ll ever see on a ballplayer. The 12-year-old Challenger baseball player wasn’t alone in the smiles department Wednesday at Bergman Field. Almost 50 special-needs children and their ...


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Tigers top Central to qualify for 5A district playoffs

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Grand Junction is in the Class 5A district baseball playoffs again. The Tigers hit three home runs and took advantage of seven walks Wednesday night at Suplizio Field to defeat Central 12-6 and clinch a playoff spot. “We were talking ...


Sports in Brief: Mesa State starts at No. 4 in region

By Staff

College Baseball Mesa State starts at No. 4 in region Mesa State opened at No. 4 in the Central Region baseball rankings released Wednesday. The Mavericks are one of three RMAC teams in the top eight, with six teams qualifying for next ...


Central Region Baseball Rankings, Wednesday, April 20

By Staff

Central Region Rankings Team OA In-Region 1. Winona State 23-8 21-4 2. St. Cloud State 22-6 17-4 3. Minnesota State Mankato 20-8 17-5 4. Mesa State 22-12 22-12 5. Nebraska-Kearney 23-12 23-11 6. Metro State 22-11 22-11 7. Augustana ...


All-RMAC Golf Team, Wednesday, April 20

By Staff

All-RMAC Team Women First Team Faylyn Beyale, Soph., Western N.M.; Glynnis Price, Sr., Western N.M.; Jessica Dailleboust, Sr., Western N.M.; Jennifer Hilts, Jr., Mesa State; Jessica Berve, Jr., Mesa State Second Team Lara Pocs, Soph., ...


Central Region Softball Rankings, Wednesday, April 20

By Staff

Central Region Rankings Team OA In-Region 1. Augustana (S.D.) 24-2 31-5 2. Minnesota State Mankato 25-6 31-8 3. Winona State 20-2 27-4 4. Metro State 26-13 26-13 5. Wayne State (Neb.) 17-10 23-12 6. Colorado Mines 28-17 28-17 7. Mesa ...


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