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Past alive and well in Grand Gulch

By Dave Buchanan

Grand Gulch is a museum without a roof. The network of canyons that once supported a thriving Puebloan culture is now a site rich with relics of the ancient past. The homes, ceremonial sites and tools used to build them have lain undisturbed ...


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Revamped Colorado Ave. welcomes shoppers, drivers

By Emily Shockley

Only two dim streetlights lit the south side of the 400 block when owner Bill Keith moved Quilters’ Corner into 421 Colorado Ave. Customers who frequented the store when it was on Main Street had only to walk south instead of north ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz May 31, 2009

By Staff

• Empire Construction Supply, which ships diamond blades and other tools all over the world, will host a grand opening event June 4 and 5 at its new location, 2678 S. U.S. Highway 50. The company, which got its start in the house of ...


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Some service sector workers see tips slowly returning

By Staff

Dining out, or even ordering in, usually entails tipping. Waiters, pizza delivery drivers and bartenders say tips are down. The slide began at the start of the year, many of them say, but some said business appears to be picking up again, ...


Listings increase fourfold in 1 year

By Emily Shockley

Half as many homes were sold during the first three months of this year compared to last year, according to Grand Junction Area Realtors Association data. Home sales numbered 1,055 in the first quarter of 2008 and dropped to 509 in the first ...


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Howard well-represented on all-tournament team

By Staff

The 2009 Walter “Bus” Bergman All-Tournament Team had five players from the JUCO World Series champion Howard College, led by MVP Andrew Collazo. Collazo won the Jay Tolman Outstanding Defensive Player Award and the Preston ...


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JUCO players understand they don’t need to take steroids to play their best

By Patrick Bahr

Major League Baseball rosters are dotted with guys who played in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. More than 100 former and current big-league players have come through Grand Junction. It’s possible one of the players in this ...


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Cacciola’s pitching performance helps Howard capture crown

By Patrick Bahr

Dylan Cacciola has been solid all year for Howard (Texas) College. Why should a clinching game in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series be any different? Cacciola pitched eight innings, allowing three runs on nine hits during ...


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Setting HR record shows teams love to hit at Suplizio

By Patrick Bahr

Leading up to the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series, the coaches of the 10 teams have heard all about how the ball flies in Grand Junction. But with JUCO fighting rain the first four days of the tournament, the assumption was that this ...


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JUCO: 2009 series briefs May 30, 2009

By Patrick Bahr

Mavericks get a home-field welcome • The Mesa State College baseball team was introduced to the fans at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series prior to Friday night’s game. The Mavericks returned from the NCAA Division ...


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