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Producers drill deeper, hit gas jackpot in Piceance

By Dennis Webb

Two energy companies are expressing excitement about results of early forays into natural gas development in deeper formations than the one usually drilled in the Piceance Basin. Delta Petroleum and Encana Oil & Gas (USA) are reporting ...


You Said It, May 15, 2011

By Staff

This is for the guy who had his wife drive him to a place midway into the Grand Valley half-marathon so he could run through the banner and appear to finish in second place overall. Shame on you! In most races you would be banned from entering ...


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Better late than never: Cinco de Mayo fiesta livens up downtown

By Amy Hamilton

No one seemed to mind celebrating Cinco de Mayo nine days late on Saturday in Grand Junction. Crowds swelled at the Colorado Avenue event as the sun appeared through breaks in rain showers. Recording artist Jenna Martinez from northern New ...


Grand Junction’s Pond, Gurley team up for third at state in tennis

By Staff

DENVER — Many athletes would have a difficult time turning around to compete one morning after having their dreams for a state title dashed. Apparently, Kylie Pond and Madison Gurley are not your typical athletes. Pond and Gurley, the ...


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Walton’s first-place finish one of many as District 51 wins Western Slope title

By Scott Schlaufman

After posting a career-best time of 22.15 seconds in the 50-yard freestyle during Friday’s preliminary race at the Western Slope Championships, District 51 swimmer Tyler Walton decided to see how other racers in the state were ...


Fort Collins tops Fruita Monument in baseball districts

By Staff

Fort Collins handled Saturday’s wet, sloppy conditions a little better. The Lambkins took advantage of 14 walks with aggressive base running to defeat Fruita Monument 11-8 in the Class 5A District 4 tournament at Regis High School in ...


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Take a short trip to Kodels Canyon to see Collared Lizards at their best

By Bill Haggerty

This Collared Lizard was Bad to the Bone. Standing up, puffed out chest, chewing on a twig, colors ablaze in the afternoon sun, it was the baddest collared lizard on this trail through Kodels Canyon, just west of Colorado National Monument in ...


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Grand Valley Audubon Society helps save, re-nest pair of owlets

By Dave Buchanan

Volunteers from the Grand Valley Audubon Society restored a bit of nature back to balance last month by rescuing a pair of owlets that had fallen from their nest. The two well-feathered but still-flightless birds, estimated to be two weeks ...


Fruita eliminated, Palisade rained out

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Fruita Monument lost a slugfest to Fort Collins 11-8 in the Class 5A District 4 tournament in Denver and was eliminated from postseason play. Palisade led Falcon 6-1 in the bottom of the second inning in Wheat Ridge when play was postponed ...


Graduation season 2011 photo galleries

By Staff

Click the links below to browse dozens of pictures from all of the area graduation ceremonies for the 2011 season. Reprints are available by clicking the links above the individual photos, so find your grad today! Mesa State ...


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