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David, Kathy Elliott bring new approach to Central tennis

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David and Kathy Elliott aren’t ready to start any sibling rivalries on the tennis courts just yet. The siblings, whose younger sister is Grand Junction coach Carol Elliott, made their coaching debut Saturday with Central High ...

District 51 trying to stretch money among four schools

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A key for athletics in Mesa County School District 51 this school year will be creativity. How can the four Grand Valley high schools spread the nearly $700,000 that was budgeted to be spent on athletics this year, and still not end up with a ...

Rush of water in May was far higher, faster than anyone foresaw

By Dave Buchanan

An unexpected rush of water down the Gunnison River last May might be a hint of things to come. Last spring brought a faster-than-normal runoff to Colorado’s rivers and streams but on the Gunnison, where the three Aspinall Unit dams ...

Mavs off to slow start in volleyball

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All weekend,  Dave Fleming heard what a good volleyball team he has. “The coaches all said, ‘Holy cow, you’re loaded,’ ’’ Fleming said Saturday after the Mavericks lost to No. 11 Washburn (Kan.) ...

Briefs: Local sports Aug. 30, 2009

By Staff

Prep Sports •Palisade rolls in Aspen tourney It was a good day Saturday for the Palisade High School softball team as the Bulldogs scored a combined 32 runs in two games at the Aspen Tournament. Palisade defeated Aspen 15-0 in the ...

Anti-war crowd silent since Obama took over

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The silence is deafening. That would be the silence of the hams, the people who for years waved signs, screamed about the evil Bush administration’s war on Iraq, defaced stop signs with silly slogans, shed crocodile tears on news of the ...

Petroglyphs, pictographs in Canyon Piñtado Historic District worth trip over Douglas Pass

By Bill Haggerty

I made a presentation about our Western Colorado Botanical Gardens to a group of wonderful women at Two Rivers Convention Center a couple of weeks ago. Many of them swore they “loved” my hiking columns, but couldn’t get out ...


Sievers makes the most of his racing $$

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Mark Sievers would love to drag race funny cars someday. There is, though, one problem with that — the expenses. For now, the 53-year-old Grand Junction drag racer is running a 1938 Fiat Topolino with a 632-cubic inch big block Chevy ...

Bring the sling to help Western Slope horses

By Bob Silbernagel

A little more than a year ago, I had a wonderful horse die in very unfortunate circumstances. I had hoped at the time that I could make something positive out of Dash’s death by raising funds to purchase a device known as an Anderson ...

New state economic development head begins statewide tour in Grand Junction

By Guest Columnist

I would much rather begin my tenure as the new director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade with a challenging economic climate, than in a boomtown. Anyone can lead during good economic conditions. I like a ...

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