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Triathlon highline winner 6

Koch dominates to win 3rd straight Highline Hustle title

By Staff

Kevin Koch used to count on the running portion of a triathlon being his strongest leg, the final segment of the three-event race being an area where he could gain ground. “Now it’s my bike,” Koch said after winning ...


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Make your knees weak’ views on Moab bike trail come at physical challenge

By Ann Driggers

I have oft wondered what it would be like to stand on the summit of Mount Everest, the highest point on Earth. So when I found out that the Top of the World is not far away in the Himalayas, but is a mountain bike trail just this side of Moab, ...


OUT Sun Column June 14, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Last week, this space wondered aloud why the Colorado Division of Wildlife apparently would oppose the White River National Forest from closing some ATV routes. Now we know. The object of the discussion was a letter from DOW Director Tom ...


OUT Haggerty’s Hikes June 14, 2009

By Bill Haggerty

I could view no wildlife. Yet, outside the rain-splattered window of my pickup, I spied a wildlife sign featuring colorful wildlife artwork. The sign depicted bighorn sheep, a mountain lion and a peregrine falcon, nestled into the natural ...


Gary Harmon Column June 14, 2009

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Difficult as it might be to imagine, you are a porn star! Now don’t go peeking in the mirror. That won’t help. Really. We’re not talking that kind of porn. It’s worse. You are a political porn star, merely by virtue ...


Halting history’s bandits

By The Daily Sentinel

Late last week, a Grand Junction man’s house was searched as a result of a lengthy investigation into the theft of Native American artifacts from the Four Corners region. A man residing in the house told The Daily Sentinel he is innocent ...


Death Notices: Juner 14, 2009

By Staff

•  Dorcas Dorothy Davis, 97, Eckert, died June 12, 2009, at Horizon Care Center. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Philip’s Catholic Church in Cedaredge. Mrs. Davis was a licensed practical nurse at hospitals in ...


Potential injection well worries New Castle

By Dennis Webb

Antero Resources is looking into operating a produced- water-injection well outside New Castle, prompting concerns among town officials about possible impacts. Acting at the direction of the Town Council, council member Art Riddile raised the ...


You Said It June 14, 2009

By Staff

• Why in the blue blazes is the state giving away Colorado Lottery scratch tickets? That’s money being denied the state that in turn goes to such noble causes as Great Outdoors Colorado. They say they’re doing the give-away ...


Blotter: June 14, 2009

By Staff

Menacing suspected • A 30-year-old Grand Junction man was arrested and booked into Mesa County Jail early Saturday morning on suspicion of menacing and for allegedly threatening to shoot a woman he was with as well as any police who ...


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