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Upcoming events, May 1, 2011

By Staff

May 2011 May 6-7: Team Roping. Garfield County Fairgrounds. Rifle. World Series Team Roping. 970-625-2514. May 7: Dressage Show. Mesa County Fairgrounds. Grand Valley Dressage Society. 970-858-7719. http://www.gvds.org. May 7: Gymkhana. 960 ...


Hit-heavy Tigers win SWL title with victory over Montezuma-Cortez

By Staff

Grand Junction High School clinched the Southwestern League baseball title Saturday with an 11-4 rout of Montezuma-Cortez at Canyon View Park. Grand Junction (16-2, 8-1 SWL) led 7-0 after the first inning. “We scored early and then ...


Popick’s RBI single lifts Mavericks past CSU-Pueblo

By Staff

An RBI single by Jeff Popick in the fifth inning of the second game Saturday broke a 2-2 tie and Colton Schoelkopf’s run-scoring triple in the seventh gave the Mesa State College baseball team an insurance run in a doubleheader sweep at ...


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District 51 Griffins use quadrangular to mesh talent in preparation for state

By Patrick Bahr

There is always room to tinker. Saturday at the District 51 Quadrangular, all three relay teams for the District 51 Griffins swim team achieved state qualifying times. The Griffins had already qualified their relays with a different lineup, ...


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Immersion in local language, culture a must along Pacific coastline of Costa Rica

By Bill Haggerty

Pura Vida! It’s the national saying AND the national attitude of Costa Rica. This is really living. Here on the beaches of Flamingo Bay along the Pacific coastline, when you’re asked, “How are you?,” “Como esta ...


Colorado DOW might consider late-summer bear hunt to prevent stuffing

By Dave Buchanan

It’s the middle of spring and what better time to talk about re-instating a spring bear hunt. Or not, depending on how well the Division of Wildlife listens to the state’s voters. Rep. J. Paul Brown, a Republican woolgrower from ...


Palin making noise again; will she run in 2012?

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Sarah Palin’s support among Republicans has shrunk and there’s no evidence she’s close to saying whether she will run for president in 2012. But it’s clear she wants to be part of the ...


Trial set for Grand Junction man in ‘93 death

By The AP

BOULDER — A Grand Junction man accused of bludgeoning a man to death in Boulder in 1993 will stand trial for second-degree murder. The Daily Camera reports that 43-year-old David John Trujillo pleaded not guilty Friday to killing ...


BLM releases revised review of Elk Creek Mine plan

By The AP

DENVER — The Bureau of Land Management has revised its environmental assessment of a proposal to expand operations at the Elk Creek coal mine in western Colorado. The BLM’s website says the public has until May 9 to comment on ...


Central baseball team rallies past Cortez

By Staff

The Central High School baseball team overcame a 6-0 deficit Friday to defeat Montezuma-Cortez 10-9 at Suplizio Field. The Warriors (11-6, 4-4 Southwestern League) started slow, but got the boost they needed from a two-run home run in the ...


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