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Maverick volleyball team wins to end road trip

By Staff

The month-long sojourn is over for the Mesa State College volleyball team. The Mavericks wrapped up a 13-match road trip that spanned four weeks with a 25-13, 25-18, 15-25, 25-15 victory Saturday over Western State College in ...

Warriors shine at tennis tourney in Delta

By Staff

The Central High School tennis team picked up four championships and the team title Saturday at the Delta Invitational. The Warriors came one match short of a singles sweep. Austin Krebill defeated Hotchkiss’ Zach Larmer for the No. 2 ...

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Wally winner: GJ’s Covington captures King of the Track title

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Jason Covington can put his own NHRA Wally trophy on the shelf next to his father’s. The 27-year-old Grand Junction racer won the King of the Track title Saturday afternoon at Western Colorado Dragway. Covington received a Wally trophy ...

Eagle Valley overcomes Palisade’s solid effort in volleyball

By Scott Schlaufman

The Eagle Valley High School volleyball team hasn’t dealt with many close games this season. Entering Saturday’s match against Palisade, the Devils had won five matches in sweeps, beaten Grand Junction 3-1, and only lost to Fruita ...

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Indian Nations Powwow

By William Woody

Images from Saturday’s Montrose Indian Nations Powwow at Friendship Hall in Montrose.  ...

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Now’s the time to get to the high country and enjoy Colorado’s fall foliage

By Bill Haggerty

The splendor of the changing of the seasons is displayed in spectacular colors right now in aspen forests across western Colorado and eastern Utah. You could travel in any direction from Grand Junction and find aspen trees turning colors, ...

Rick Jussel: History bound to repeat itself for Broncos against Colts

By Rick Jussel

History is, we all know, due to repeat itself. And it’s redundant. We know studying history is important because it allows us to learn from our mistakes. The Denver Broncos are not very good history students. Peyton Manning and the ...

Mavericks win home opener

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Mesa State’s football team ran for 161 yards and threw for 247 more today in a 40-6 rout of New Mexico Highlands at Stocker Stadium. Zach Adair scored on a 5-yard run, Nathan Neville caught seven passes for 138 yards and a touchdown, ...

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Fruita Fall Festival bed race

By Gretel Daugherty

Willy Wonka and his teammates compete in the bed race.  ...

Maes says campaign finance report mistake

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — Republican gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes says his campaign made a mistake when it listed a $300 unsigned check as a campaign expense instead of reimbursement for a campaign contribution from a former supporter. The ...

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