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Extinction is forever: Remembering the passenger pigeon

By Andrew Gulliford

Sometimes there are anniversaries that we should remember but not celebrate. This month is one of them. A hundred years ago this September, Martha, the last passenger pigeon, died in the Cincinnati Zoo.  On the Midwestern frontier there ...


The Dream Road

By Guest Columnist

By Patricia Amadeo In 1902, when my grandmother was 13, she sailed past the Statue of Liberty to Ellis Island. The manifest of the ship called the Spartan Prince shows that she and her mother, sister, and two younger brothers arrived on May ...


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Write or Wrong: Veterinarian highlights joys, difficult realities of job

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Art, science and medicine intertwine in the literary journal Imprints, published by Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. Full of poetry, photography, paintings and more, the journal publishes the ...


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Mavericks win a wild one

By Allen Gemaehlich

Dustin Rivas had a feeling Dixie State would try to score on him to keep overtime going. The Colorado Mesa redshirt freshman was ready. Rivas intercepted Dixie State quarterback Hayden Gavett in the end zone Saturday night to cap the ...


Backup snapper handles pressure for CMU

By Dale Shrull

He’s the most obscure guy on the field. He only has one job, and he has to keep his head down the whole time. In every football game there’s pressure, and there’s times when it’s the backup player’s time to ...


Tough Bulldogs top Pueblo Central

By Dale Shrull

Palisade has a simple formula for winning football games. The Bulldogs used that tried-and-true formula to put together another workmanlike effort to beat Pueblo Central 17-14 on Saturday at Stocker Stadium. Good, physical defense and the ...


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Three GJ tennis players finish 4th

By Tim Harty

Aaron Gossage steered clear of making excuses. He gave credit to his opponents and accepted his two losses Saturday at the Western Slope Open boys tennis tournament. But it was clear from the Grand Junction senior’s hobbled walk at the ...


Bank on it: Broncos are the real deal

By Rick Jussel

The Denver Broncos are going to be the real McCoy — nothing but the truth, the whole truth, so help me God. The team run by a couple of Johns will be better than ever, and it will start tonight against the Indianapolis Colts, a team ...


CMU soccer results, Sept. 6, 2014

By Staff

Texas Woman’s 2, Colorado Mesa 0 Women Saturday at Durango Halftime: Texas Woman’s 2-0. Goals: Natalia Diaz, TWU (Nancy Chavez), 25:48; Diaz, TWU (Madison Purdy), 29:42. Shots: TWU 11 (Diaz 4, Coppedge 2, Davila, Chavez, Rupp, ...


CMU volleyball results, Sept. 6, 2014

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 3,
Truman State 0 West Texas A&M Classic Saturday at Canyon, Texas Colorado Mesa def. Truman State 26-24, 26-24, 25-15 Kills: TS 31 (Brak 12), CMU 45 (Hess 10). Solo blocks: TS 0, CMU 1 (Ney 1). Block assists: TS 18 ...


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