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Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 16, 2009

By Staff

High School Golf • Berg claims first tournament title Fruita Monument freshman Will Berg shot a 77 to win medalist honors at the Aspen Invitational, his first career victory. Fruita’s Ryan Blair and Jeff Cunningham each shot 83 ...


From an ACORN, mighty scandals grow

By The Daily Sentinel

Officials with the community organizing group ACORN are bursting with indignation this week, threatening to sue Fox News and describing Senate action to cut off funding for ACORN as politically motivated. ACORN officials ought to clean up ...


Documenting history

By The Daily Sentinel

Whatever the Grand Junction City Council opts to do with a zoning overlay plan for the Seventh Street historic area, it needs to reconcile its decision and past city action regarding a document that has apparently served as a de facto ...


GJ rallies past Fruita for first league win since ’07

By Staff

It’s a match that, in years past, the Grand Junction High School volleyball team would have lost. The Tigers, though competitive in Southwestern League matches the previous two seasons, couldn’t seem to find a way to pull out a ...


Part of skull found near mining town

By Paul Shockley

Identification of human remains found over the weekend on a rugged, remote hillside north of Somerset could take weeks to months, Gunnison County officials said Tuesday. The remains — a skull missing its lower jaw and other human bones ...


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Museum of Western Colorado gets needed face-lift

By Staff

Last year around this time, the Museum of Western Colorado was staggering in its fight to get funding. But with some creativity, good timing and good fortune, it remained on its feet in the end. The county cut funding by $75,000 for museum ...


Briefs: Mesa State Golf Sept. 16, 2009

By Staff

College Golf Mavs roll to title at Adams State Mesa State had four of the top six individuals to easily win its first women’s golf tournament of the season, the Adams State Invitational on Tuesday at Cattails Golf Course in ...


Briefs: Gymnastics Sept. 16, 2009

By Staff

Gymnastics Colorado West gymnasts win The compulsory team from Colorado West Gymnastics competed in the Black Canyon invitational last weekend in Montrose and took the top three places in the 12-older division in Level 5. Melita Pawlowski ...


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Wissel’s walk-off HR lifts Wildcats past rival Tigers

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Fruita Monument softball coach Jamie Dunn threw an idea out to Wildcats’ cleanup hitter Ashleigh Wissel, hoping it would work. Tuesday night at Bergman Field, the Wildcats (8-1, 1-0 Southwestern League) were tied 1-1 with Grand ...


GJ quick to take control of soccer game

By Scott Schlaufman

It took only 11 minutes for Grand Junction High School’s soccer team to change the game in its Southwest League opener, a 9-1 win against Central. In an 11-minute span from the eighth to 19th minute, Tiger forwards Tim Hofer and Brendan ...


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