Mavs take 2nd in division at cheerleading nationals

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Colorado Mesa University cheer team members just might have a little more pep in their step this month, following their second-place finish at a national competition.
The CMU team returned home from Orlando, Florida, last week as runners-up in the UCA College Nationals Small Coed Division.

Records: Bandidos gang ran meth ring

Court records say an alleged Mesa County drug ring dismantled in December was supplied by the Denver-based Bandidos motorcycle club members, whose indictments were announced Wednesday by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office.




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