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Changing Mesa State’s name may help in recruiting, but would be very costly

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From the floor at Brownson Arena to the jerseys the athletes wear, plenty will change at the corner of 12th Street and Orchard Avenue if Mesa State College becomes (Insert Name Here) University. The athletic department is arguably the most ...


Your Town, March 27, 2011

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Spring brings out the crazy, lightheartedness in those of us who have been hiding under numerous layers during the winter months. The dark and cold days slowly give way to warm, sunny days, budding treetops and tulips pushing forth from the ...


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Hard work pays off for Central’s Wallway in Mickey Dunn Invitational

By Patrick Bahr

Aaron Wallway is a motivated young man. Saturday at the Mickey Dunn Invitational at Stocker Stadium, the Central High School hurdler won the 110-meter and 300-meter hurdles. Wallway turned in a time of 15.33 seconds in the 110 hurdles and a ...


Mesa women’s lacrosse team easily gets first home victory

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Allie Henderson wished the Mesa State women’s lacrosse game would have been the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader at Walker Field. “We were all a little bit bitter that (the men) won before us on our home turf,” ...


Mesa men’s soccer team adds 4 more

By Staff

Mesa State College men’s soccer coach Josh Pittman keeps adding depth, signing four more players for next season, three high school players and one junior college transfer. Grand Junction High School’s Sean Foster, the ...


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Mesa men’s lacrosse team scores first victory by hanging on against Adams

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A two-goal advantage with 44 seconds to play. Piece of cake, right? Uh, no, not in men’s college lacrosse, where goals can come in a blink of an eye. Then, throw in the situation Mesa State goalie Brad Brandenburg found himself in ...


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GJ’s Proietti shows she can win at No. 2 singles with Western Slope Invite title

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Alex Proietti hoped she could be competitive in her second year at No. 2 singles for the Grand Junction High School girls tennis team. The senior proved Saturday she can win, capturing the Western Slope Invitational title. She defeated Palmer ...


Hotchkiss pitchers shut down Rifle

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — Hotchkiss High School’s baseball team provided plenty of offense Saturday against Rifle. Turns out, the Bulldogs’ pitching staff almost could have done without all the run support. Hotchkiss pitched a pair of ...


Fruita boys dominate Telluride in lacrosse

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team defeated Telluride 12-2 on Saturday in Telluride. After an 8-7 win Friday against Durango, the Wildcats took a 10-0 halftime lead against the Miners. “After a rough start in ...


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Barnstorming tour rolls into GJ, Hotchkiss

By Sherida Warner

Those zany Buggy Barn ladies are coming to town, and they’re bringing plenty of their trademark “crazy” quilt patterns with them. The two sisters, Pam Soliday and Janet Nesbitt, are known for their light-hearted approach to ...


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