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Briefs: Local Sports May 15, 2009

By Staff

Summer Baseball • Tryouts for Gene Taylor’s team is Saturday at Bergman Field The tryout for the Gene Taylor’s U18/U19 competitive baseball team is Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. at Bergman Field at Mesa State College. It is ...


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Tigers’ relay teams bright spot for District 51

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — Breanna Jones nearly needs a travel agent in order to figure out the end of her high school track career. The senior from Grand Junction High School ran preliminary heats in four events during Thursday’s opening day of ...


Norwood’s Lane adds silver to his collection with second in shot put

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — Thursday’s second-place finish in the shot put was bittersweet for Stryker Lane. On the one hand, he would have liked to have defended his Class 2A state shot put title. On the other, with five gold medals and a bronze ...


BLM leases 42,986 acres; all parcels protested

By Dennis Webb

The Colorado Bureau of Land Management pulled six parcels in Rio Blanco County for further review before it held its quarterly oil and gas lease sale Thursday. The agency last week deferred leasing of six parcels totaling 1,913 acres in the ...


Mesa’s bats finally wake up

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The slump is over. The Mesa State College baseball team snapped out of its offensive funk in a big way with a 17-6 victory over Colorado State University-Pueblo in the NCAA Central Regional tournament Thursday night at Suplizio Field. The ...


History Here and Now May 15, 2009

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“Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear” … and maybe a glimpse of the future as well. Friends of the Grand Junction Railroad Depot, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the depot’s preservation, will ...


Death Notices: May 15, 2009

By Staff

• Rosalie Ann Backhaus, 54, New Castle, died on an unknown date in Utah. A memorial service will be held 1 p.m. May 23 at Sweetwater Lake near Dotsero. She is survived by one son, Michael David of Denver; one daughter, Joanna ...


Fuji figure may make plea deal

By Carrie Marfitano

A woman whom authorities believe ran day-to-day tasks at an alleged Horizon Drive prostitution business could see her case resolved next month, attorneys said Thursday. Suk Young Yu, 52, who was described by a prosecutor Thursday as a ...


Briefs: Local news May 15, 2009

By Staff

Benefit concert for veterans Thursday • King’n Trio and the Centennial Band will perform a benefit concert salute to veterans at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Avalon Theatre, 645 Main St. Admission is free. Donations are encouraged ...


Why the silence about ‘Islam Day’?

By The Daily Sentinel

And just why, we can’t help but ask, is the ACLU not enjoying the sunny beaches of Hawaii at the moment? Or the Grand Junction atheists, for that matter? They both could find, in our 50th state, a cause that makes prayer before Mesa ...


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