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Springtime fine along East Portal of Gunnison River

By Dave Buchanan

EAST PORTAL — Midmorning Sunday at the East Portal section of the Gunnison River found the river quiet, the campground nearly empty and three men hurrying to make it even more so. While Ron Smith and Verne Vobejda of Colorado Springs ...


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Spring on Gunnison: Trout spawning, sediment flowing

By Dave Buchanan

EAST PORTAL — Birds do it, bees do it, even fishies in the stream do it. It’s spring and rainbow trout are spawning. There are several sections of the Gunnison River at the East Portal where it’s easy to see spawning trout, ...


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Info from a ranger’s notebook

By Eric Sandstrom

This is the 13th in a series of weekly columns about Colorado National Monument in honor of the park’s centennial anniversary on May 24. Park rangers carry tiny notebooks scribbled with nuggets about everything under the sun. Random ...


Grand Junction will host district baseball

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The Grand Junction High School baseball team received the No. 4 seed for the Class 5A district playoffs and will host one of the district playoffs Saturday, GJHS announced. The Tigers (17-2) will play No. 29 seed Doherty (10-9) at 10 a.m. at ...


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Shelledy Elementary needs online votes

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Shelledy Elementary School is competing for a $50,000 grant from the Pepsi Refresh project which awards innovative education ideas with dollars. Their idea is to purchase special interactive technology for all of the classrooms in the ...


RMAC tourney games washed out

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Rain has postponed today’s first round of the RMAC baseball tournament until Thursday. Tournament officials had delayed games twice today, hoping the rain would subside and the field could be made playable, but at 1:15 this afternoon, ...


Central Arizona takes over top spot in JUCO poll

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Central Arizona College moved up to No. 1 in the National Junior College Athletic Association/Perfect Game USA baseball poll today. The Vaqueros (46-12), who were ranked second in the previous poll (April 27), play No. 25 Yavapai (Ariz.) ...


Bill expanding Colorado bear hunt dates dies

By The AP

DENVER — A bill allowing more time for bear hunting in Colorado has died as this year’s legislative session winds down. The proposal was postponed on the House calendar Tuesday. It won’t have enough time to pass this year ...


Anti-bullying bill faces legislative deadline

By The AP

DENVER — An anti-bullying measure that could prompt more school uniforms across Colorado is still pending in the Legislature, with only hours to go to pass the bill. The bullying measure mostly just enables the state to accept donations ...


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One hot dog, now that weight is off

By Amy Hamilton

Mr. Beans didn’t have to stand on a scale in spandex shorts with his fat rolls spilling out for the whole nation to see during regular weigh-ins. He wasn’t subjected to sweat-dripping workouts by unrelenting physical trainer Bob ...


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