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Rocket, Long parks honored for preserving history

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This year, two area parks will receive the Historic Preservation Award from the Grand Junction Historic Preservation Board. The National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Colorado Historical Society celebrate archaeology historic ...


Death Notices, May 14, 2010

By Staff

Hope Denece Carlson, 63, Surface Creek, died May 9, 2010, at Horizons Care Center in Eckert. Services will be held at a later date. Survivors include one son, Martin Lacy of Grants Pass, Ore.; one daughter, Maria Johnson of Grants Pass, Ore.; ...


GJ’s top two doubles teams advance to semis

By Pat Rooney

DENVER — Loaded with youth and inexperience, the Grand Junction girls tennis team failed to win the Southwestern League regular-season title for the first time in 18 years. Yet the upside to youth is that those players eventually grow ...


Faulkner qualifies for JUCO for 1st time

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Faulkner State (Ala.) Community College has come close, but could never win the Southeastern District tournament. Thursday, though, the Sun Chiefs finally broke through in Ozark, Ala. After reaching the championship game undefeated, Faulkner ...


First day of Class 4A state tennis tourney rough for Montrose

By Staff

PUEBLO — Ideally, May May Vickers was hoping for a fairy tale state championship ending to her stellar prep tennis career. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen. The Montrose High School senior ran into a buzzsaw in ...


Trio of Mavs receive RMAC academic honors

By Staff

Three Mesa State athletes received All-RMAC academic honors this week, with Jordan Chomko selected the men’s tennis academic player of the year. Chomko, a senior from Littleton, has a 3.82 GPA in finance and will graduate Saturday. The ...


Big 6th inning lifts Mavs past Winona State

By Staff

Mesa State’s big hitters came through in a big way Thursday, hitting three home runs in a 12-8 victory over Winona State (Minn.) in the first round of the Central Region tournament in Farmington, N.M. The Mavericks (37-18) fell behind ...


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Mile marker: Jourgensen cruises to win in 1,600-meter race at WSL meet

By Patrick Bahr

Running a mile isn’t easy, but Moffat County’s Maddy Jourgensen makes it look like a stroll in the park. Thursday, during the first day of the Class 4A Western Slope League track meet at Stocker Stadium, Jourgensen blew past the ...


Cage fights will benefit Impact Amateur Boxing

By Staff

Local fighters are putting on the gloves Saturday for a good cause. Grand Junction Harley Davidson and Bush Cree Production are sponsoring CageRaiser 1 on Saturday night at Two Rivers Convention Center, a benefit to support Impact Amateur ...


State tennis results May 13, 2010

By Staff

Class 5A Gates Tennis Center No. 1 singles First round Jacquelyn Palmucci, Cherokee Trail, def. Eva Kovaks, Rampart, 6-1, 6-1; Sophie Vukovich, Heritage, def. Brooke Williams, Highlands Ranch, 6-2, 6-1; Natalie Dunn, Poudre, def. Stephanie ...


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