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Mavs enjoying experience at World Series in Cary, N.C.

By Allen Gemaehlich

CARY, N.C. — Chris Hanks is experiencing the feeling all over again. The Mesa State College baseball coach is back in a World Series again for the first time since he played in the 1988 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. This ...


Memorial Day means more than just day off

By The Daily Sentinel

As the final day of a three-day weekend, many Americans will be on their way home today from visits to family and friends, camping excursions or other holiday expeditions. Many more will be trying to pack in the as much fun and family activity ...


Tiara Rado founder Kolacny plays own course

By Staff

Tom Kolacny needs hip replacement surgery. It’s tough for him to get around a golf course these days. On Sunday, however, the decision to play golf was easy. “I had to play this one more time,” Kolacny said as he looked out ...


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Collier’s solid performance on mound lifts San Jac

By Staff

Tommy Collier did his job Sunday. The San Jacinto (Texas) College-North pitcher went deep into the game and struck out batters. That was his mission in the Gators’ opening game of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. The ...


JUCO Notes: May 25, 2009

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Trojan’s Chester plays through the pain • David Chester wasn’t about to miss his chance to play in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. The towering Seminole State first baseman ended his tournament drawing some ...


JUCO: At a glance May 25, 2009

By Staff

JUCO World Series At Suplizio Field Saturday’s Games Game 1: Howard College 4, Western Nevada 3 (11 innings) Game 2: Shelton State 16, Iowa Western 6 Game 3: Cowley County CC 11, Seminole State 8 Game 4: Santa Fe 17, Middle ...


Briefs: Biz Briefs May 25, 2009

By Staff

• Carbondale-based Wilderness Workshop has selected Grand Junction watercolorist Kirby Roll as the next resident artist in its Artist in Wilderness program. Roll was selected for the one-week paid residency, which he will serve in late ...


Firehouse for sale; rural department needs funds

By Amy Hamilton

Firefighters with the all-volunteer station of the East Orchard Mesa Fire Protection District run into problems every time they respond to a fire. For the past 10 years, the rural department with about a dozen volunteers has crammed three ...


Death Notices: May 25, 2009

By Staff

• John V. Rader, 84, Loma, died May 20, 2009, at his home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado. Mr. Vader was a farmer and a retired United States Postal Service worker. ...


Man accused of knifepoint robbery

By Amy Hamilton

Grand Junction police quickly arrested a man suspected of robbing another man of $310 in cash at knifepoint at a park on Saturday. The victim and the suspect, 19-year-old Derek Preston Paiz, are acquaintances, said Cpl. Richard Roquemore. ...


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