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Wrestlers for Mesa will see Super Bowl city up close

By Jon Mitchell

Colorado Mesa University’s wrestling team is traveling to the San Francisco area this weekend. The Mavericks are going there to compete in a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference dual at San Francisco State University on Saturday. Plenty ...


Prep wrestling results, Feb. 4, 2016

By Staff

Hotchkiss 49, Palisade 21 Thursday at Palisade 106 — Sergio Campos, H, won by forfeit; 113 — Colton Cordova, H, pinned Trevor Swanson, 0:45; 120 — Chris Lovato, H, pinned Cody Cordova, 3:50; 126 — Colton Hall, H, won ...


Prep girls basketball score, Feb. 4, 2016

By Staff

Fruita Monument 46, Montrose 40 Thursday at Montrose Fruita Monument 6 10 18 12 — 46 Montrose 10 7 10 13 — 40 Fruita Monument — Angelique Gall 15, Riley Snyder 14, MacKenzie Wells 9, Sitori Carver 6, Katie Parks 2. 3-PT: ...


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Seth’s success

By Tim Harty

Some perspective is in order to understand what Seth Latham did one week ago when the Grand Junction High School sophomore beat Central’s Weston Holdren by technical fall. Latham is ranked eighth at 170 pounds in Class 5A by On the Mat, ...


Prep boys basketball score, Feb. 4, 2016

By Staff

Fruita Monument 58, Montrose 48 Thursday at Montrose Fruita Monument 12 15 20 11 — 58 Montrose 9 13 19 7 — 48 Fruita Monument — Bear Carlson 5, Jake Brizzolara 12, Trey Morrill 12, Javen Gumber 24, Cade Richardson 1, ...


CHSAA considers increasing postseason field from 32 to 64

By Staff

Prep Basketball CHSAA considers increasing postseason field from 32 to 64 The postseason field of 32 in Class 5A and 4A will double in size if the Colorado High School Activities Association’s legislative council approves a proposal ...


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Panel OKs bill allowing hunters to dress in pink

By Charles Ashby

Hunters, don’t be surprised to see a lot more pink during next year’s hunting season, thanks to a bill that cleared a Senate committee Thursday. The measure, sponsored by Sen. Kerry Donovan, D-Vail, and Rep. Yeulin Willett, ...


Fake cop stops teen on I-70B

By Paul Shockley

A 17-year-old girl said a suspected police impersonator, driving a small passenger car equipped with red and blue flashing emergency lights, pulled her over and made demands before driving away just after midnight Wednesday near 31 1/2 Road ...


Proposal would make it harder to alter Constitution

By Charles Ashby

A bipartisan group that is looking for ways to change the state’s fiscal policies has filed proposed ballot measures designed to make it harder to alter the state’s Constitution. Two former state senators, Republican Greg Brophy ...


Forests to be treated for spruce beetle

By Gary Harmon

Foresters will treat as many as 120,000 acres of lands on the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison national forests to limit the effects of the spruce beetle and aspen decline. The spruce beetle and aspen decline have ravaged about 30 percent ...


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