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Gusts fuel fire that threatens mobile homes, burns junkyard building

By Amy Hamilton

Winds that roared through the Grand Valley with gusts of up to 60 mph fanned flames that reached up about 80 feet high at times Sunday night, scorching a 15-acre swath of an island in the Colorado River about a half-mile south of the Riverside ...


Job fair: Many more looking, far fewer hiring

By Staff

The Career Connection Fair at Mesa State College on Thursday will have about half the number of job vendors as in recent years. Diane Kull of the Mesa State advising and career center said the fair will have 59 job vendors, compared with ...


Construction Program’s future home already teaching lessons

By Staff

Of all the construction projects in the Grand Junction area slated for the coming months, Charlie Gains is most excited about the project that will be his future home. Gains is the only full-time construction-management professor at Mesa ...


Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup March 22, 2009

By Staff

BOYS LACROSSE • Lightning boys sweep doubleheader In a tight game, the Grand Valley Lightning boys lacrosse team figured out how to attack Summit in the second half. Grand Valley (4-1) overcame a 3-1 first quarter deficit and ...


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Playing smart allows Jessup to win title at Western Slope Invite

By Patrick Bahr

Jenny Jessup quickly realized it was going to be a different type of match. Facing Ralston Valley’s Kelsi Clemmer in the No. 2 singles championship Saturday at the Western Slope Invitational at the Elliott Tennis Center at Mesa State ...


Mavs lay it on line for fourth win in a row

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Outfielders are expected to sell out for fly balls at Mesa State College. They certainly sold out Saturday at Bergman Field, helping the Mavericks’ softball team sweep a doubleheader from Regis University 5-4 and 8-0. “Finally, ...


Mesa St. baseball team gets sweep of Rangers

By Staff

Mesa State College baseball coach Chris Hanks got a couple of pitching performances Saturday that he’s been waiting for. Brent Lamaster pitched a complete game in his first start of the season and Chris Carma nearly went the distance in ...


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LS: There’s a specific purpose to every lock and key, local locksmith says

By Staff

Up on the highest shelf of a closet sat a pretty blue vase; inside the vase was an envelope. Inside the envelope was a “weird looking” key. Oskar Schell, the precocious 9-year-old narrator of the novel “Extremely Loud ...


LS:  Author answers readers’ questions, prepares for GJ visit

By Staff

At the age of 25, author Jonathan Safran Foer’s first novel “Everything Is Illuminated” was not only a best-seller, but also an international best-seller translated into 35 languages. Plenty of attention was paid to ...


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Tigers capture team title at Mickey Dunn Invitational

By Staff

The Grand Junction High School boys 1,600-meter relay team knew what was at stake. Heading into the final race in Saturday’s Mickey Dunn Invitational at Stocker Stadium, the Tiger boys held a one-point lead over surprising Glenwood ...


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