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TMJ Sports Round Table

On Friday October 6th at the Historic Ute Inn a lively sports discussion took place. Check out the panel at the round Table consisting of Dr. John Jones, Trevor Phipps and Bronco expert Bob Volpe. The show was broadcast live on the TMJ facebook page and now on www.mountainjackpot.com today. It was a great time with the trio live talking Rockies, Bronco’s, College and local High School Football.

Woodland Park Panthers Snags Second Consecutive Win In A Thriller

Huge crowd witnesses first home game triumph ~ by Trevor Phipps ~  Woodland Park fans were ecstatic with the game they witnessed during last week’s Friday Night Lights bout. The crowd just about packed the stands again and they were fired up, cheers and cowbells could be heard from blocks away. Not only was the…

Woodland Park Panther Football Kick Off

 

2017 Woodland Park High School Football

Kicking off the 2017 Woodland Park Football season is not short of excitement by any means. This years senior squad is loaded with talent. Coach Joe Roskam lines us out with the attack plan for the season and highlites some of the star players that are slated to bring the Panthers a winning season.

Posted by TMJ News on Thursday, August 24, 2017

Kicking off the 2017 Woodland Park Football season is not short of excitement by any means. This years senior squad is loaded with talent. Coach Joe Roskam lines us out with the attack plan for the season and highlites some of the star players that are slated to bring the Panthers a winning season.

Vahsholtz Family Racers Reveal Secrets Behind Record Hill Climb Records

~ by Bob Volpe ~ With this year’s Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb race in the record books, the Vahsholtz family of Woodland Park  has chalked up another record breaking outing. Young Codie Vahsholtz rode his custom Husqvarna Supermoto to a record breaking first place win in the Middle Weight motorcycle division with a time…

Mountain Bikes Have Come a Long Way, Baby

Small Manufacturing Guys Getting Squeezed Out ~ by Bob Volpe ~ On the hot, dusty dirt roads and trails of Marin County, on the slopes of Mt Tamalpais, just north of San Francisco, a small group of bike riding pioneers scavenged and modified old paper-boy “clunkers” into what would become today’s mountain bikes. The need…