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Briefs: Mesa State Sports Roundup September 21, 2008

By Staff

Volleyball • Mavs’ volleyball team sweeps WSC Before rally scoring, volleyball teams put a premium on defense and getting sideouts, because the only time you could score was when you served. Even though a point is scored on ...


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Lobos’ passing attack too much for Warriors to handle

By Staff

Central High School football coach Vern McGee, his staff and his players were fully aware of the hornet’s nest they were facing Saturday. “They’re a very talented team,” McGee said, nodding his head in the direction of ...


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Mavs’ Skarda finally beats dad to finish line in Pre-RMAC invite

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Alexis Skarda had a memorable first collegiate cross country race, but not necessarily because of her time. It was memorable because the Mesa State College freshman beat her dad to the finish line Saturday in the Mesa State Pre-RMAC ...


Defense lifts Mavs to victory

By Staff

It was a much more enjoyable 12-hour trip back home this time. The Mesa State College football team finally got to enjoy the road back home from Silver City, N.M., after defeating Western New Mexico 31-7 on Saturday at Ben Altamirano ...


OUT: Outdoors Junkie Column September 21, 2008

By Ann Driggers

A few weekends ago, with the dog days of summer upon us and respite from heat top of mind, I was searching for a nice rolling trail run at elevation. Perusing a guidebook, I fell upon the Hay Park trail running 10 miles from the Thomas Lakes ...


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Briefs: OUT Chapman Fishing Trip September 21, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

When 75-year-old Tom Chapman, Sr., of Orchard Mesa, mentioned earlier this summer to son Tom Chapman, Jr., that the senior Chapman had once visited Alaska but never had the opportunity to fish that magnificent state’s waters, Tom, Jr., ...


OUT: Workshop on climate change offers ‘common-sense’ solutions

By Dave Buchanan

A workshop focusing on the effects of global climate change and its consequences on sportsmen and wildlife will be from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m Friday at the DoubleTree Hotel in Grand Junction. Titled “Wildlife at a Crossroads: Conserving ...


OUT: Sunday Column September 21, 2008

By Dave Buchanan

Volunteer-based conservation groups are the bedrock of the conservation movement. Whether it’s an international group with thousands of members, such as Ducks Unlimited, Audubon Society and Trout Unlimited, or small, local-focused ...


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OUT: Volunteers needed to help with shooting range cleanup

By Dave Buchanan

Help needed with shooting range cleanup Who: Recreational target shoots and hunters sighting in rifles What: Volunteers needed to assist with cleanup of public shooting range Where: Bureau of Land Management recreational range, 271/4 Road, ...


Alex Taylor Column September 21, 2008

By Staff

Warning: This tale of love and marriage, terrorism and politics may be disturbing to some people. Ever since 9/11 brought the specter of terrorism to the forefront of our lives, it is hard to turn anywhere without thinking about it. Plots ...


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