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Hail gives Mavs a chance to win series

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State got a reprieve. The Mavericks were trailing Colorado Christian 3-2 in the top of the seventh inning Saturday when a hail storm hit at Suplizio Field. Ten minutes after it ended, the field was covered with hail and puddles gathered ...


LS REPAIR 4-30

LS: Consumers see value in fixing vacuums, appliances

By Melinda Mawdsley

Rodney Adams has about 30 vacuum cleaners in his shop waiting to be serviced or repaired. Of those, several are worth more than $1,000 and a decision to fix them has always been a no-brainer, said the owner of Russ Vacuums. But the rest of ...


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Coaching runners is a passion for Tim O’Brien

By Staff

There are several ways to measure the impact of coaches. The traditional manner, not necessarily the best barometer, is by their won-loss record. Another may be by how far up the coaching ladder they’ve risen. A less tangible, more ...


TIGER INV TRACK JONES 05020

Derrieux comes through in 300m hurdles

By Staff

Grand Junction High School track coach Darrell Simonton had spent all season trying to get Jamie Derrieux to run the 300-meter hurdles. The freshman was already running the 100-meter hurdles in addition to the 200-meter dash and legs on two ...


GJ, Palisade have games postponed

By Staff

The Palisade High School baseball team had five of its regularly-scheduled dates this season postponed or canceled because of the weather. Why should the playoffs be any different? In Pueblo for the district round of the Class 4A playoffs, ...


18 HOURS OF FRUITA V 050209

Bicyclists pedal through drizzle in annual competition

By Staff

Rain and hail Saturday afternoon didn’t stop 85 teams at the fifth annual 18 Hours of Fruita endurance mountain bike race at Highline Lake. The race ended with one racer finishing his final lap with seven seconds to spare and several ...


Gary Harmon Column May 03, 2009

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It’s a mighty strange — and downright neurotic — world in which an illness that affects 236 people among 6 billion can be classified almost immediately as a pandemic. Frightened warnings blaring from television screens, ...


OUT: Sunday Column May 03, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

The Colorado Wildlife Commission slips into Grand Junction on Thursday facing a decision on how much it wants to tread on private hunting rights. The one-day meeting begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Holiday Inn, 755 Horizon Drive. The May ...


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OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes May 03, 2009

By Bill Haggerty

“In Tuckerland, hiking is what you do when you run out of gas. Jogging is running out of gas in the ’hood.” There are some able-bodied Grand Valley residents who completely refrain from outdoor activity — as if they ...


Josh Penry Column May 03, 2009

By Guest Columnist

For more than 30 years — through boom and bust, inflation, deflation and stagflation — Colorado’s state operating budget has been subject to a meaningful spending limit. Since 1991, that cap on year-to-year budget growth has ...


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