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GJ finds enough intensity to win

By Patrick Bahr

Is it too early for the Grand Junction boys basketball team to be at a crossroads? The Tigers finished the Warrior Challenge 2-1 by defeating Douglas County 52-34 on Saturday at Central High School. The weekend puts Grand Junction’s ...

Kame in command in Central’s victory

By Patrick Bahr

Although Central’s double digit wins over Horizon and Douglas County were impressive during the first two days of the Warrior Challenge boys basketball tournament, it was Saturday’s matchup with Bear Creek that was going to be the ...

LS: Support Local Non-profits December 07, 2008

By Melinda Mawdsley

Mesa County nonprofit organizations have holiday wishes, too. This season, employees at many local agencies had simple suggestions for people searching for ways to help those less fortunate. All of the suggestions cost $100 or less. Some ...


LS: Support Local Arts December 07, 2008

By Staff

Just like the local artists in this city, it’s time to get creative ... about spending and giving. It’s no secret some arts and nonprofit organizations are struggling this year, and this time of year especially. Donations are ...

Briefs: Local Sports December 07, 2008

By Staff

College Cross Country • Randall places 61st in NCAA nationals Dartmouth College senior Glenn Randall of Collbran placed 61st in the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships earlier this week in Indiana. He finished the 10,000 meters ...

Briefs: Prep Roundup December 07, 2008

By Staff

Prep Wrestling • John Wisniewski couldn’t help but think a few weeks down the road. Based on the performance of his Rifle High School wrestling team in Saturday’s season-opening Wildcat Invitational duals tournament, ...

Carbon County downs Palisade at Warrior Challenge

By Allen Gemaehlich

Carbon County (Utah) High School was the smallest school in the Warrior Challenge, but the Dinos held their own just fine. Carbon County, with an enrollment under 800, concluded the tournament with a 59-46 victory over Palisade on Saturday at ...

Briefs: Mesa State Roundup December 07, 2008

By Allen Gemaehlich

Women’s Basketball •  Two weeks ago, the Dixie State (Utah) College women’s basketball team lost their leader, Jessica Carver, to a season-ending injury. Since then, the Rebels have found a way to win, defeating Mesa ...

Fruita’s Nankervis applying football knowledge to basketball

By Allen Gemaehlich

Brett Nankervis knows how to read an opponent. As a quarterback for the Fruita Monument High School football team, he studied and read defenses on a daily basis. Saturday, the senior guard showed those skills come in handy on the basketball ...

OUT: Sunday Column December 07, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

The on-again, off-again and never less-than-confusing state of roadless area protection across the West took another baffling turn this week. And then Colorado got a reprieve. California Magistrate Judge Elizabeth LaPorte, who in 2006 ...

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