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Water woes among topics for 8 governors in Vegas

By The AP

LAS VEGAS — Facing ongoing drought, growing populations and dwindling supplies, Western states are talking about capturing every drop of water with projects like dams and diversions. But some think competition could erode regional ...

Baby weighing nearly 14 lbs born in S. Colorado

By The AP

ALAMOSA — A woman in southern Colorado was surprised when she gave birth to a baby girl that tipped the scales at almost 14 pounds. Mia Yasmin Garcia was born by cesarean section in Alamosa on Monday, weighing 13 pounds, 13 ounces. The ...


Frenetic Fruita

By Matt Meyer

Even when shots don’t fall, the Fruita Monument boys basketball team has a frenetic defense that allows it to hang around. It’s just the offensive execution that needs to come together. Dylan Row and Tyrelle Peterson hit key ...


Tigers sprint to win

By Dale Shrull

It was quick, methodical and efficient. The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team wasted little time in taking control, then dominating its season opener Thursday night. The outcome was never in doubt as the Tigers cruised to a ...

CMU swim teams start strong at own invitational

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Colorado Mesa men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams are in the midst of training, but the Mavericks still had some fast swims on the first day of the fifth annual Colorado Mesa Invitational. Amanda Jennings posted a ...

Delta pins its way past Montrose

By Staff

Delta used seven pins and two forfeits to defeat Montrose 63-16 in a season-opening, nonleague wrestling dual for both teams. The meet started at 285 pounds, and Montrose led 12-10 after pins by Terrell Banuelos and Kolton Bradshaw at 113 and ...

Mesa soccer falls in semis to Charleston

By Staff

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Colorado Mesa University’s best-ever men’s soccer season came to a disappointing end Thursday in the Division II national semifinals as the Mavericks lost 2-0 to the University of Charleston from West ...

Close victories signal growth for Mesa men

By Allen Gemaehlich

Colorado Mesa had some close calls, but it weathered the challenges. The Mavericks, who received votes in the National Association of Basketball Coaches Division II poll this week, have won four games by three points or fewer and are 5-1 ...

Prep girls basketball scores, Dec. 4, 2014

By Staff

Grand Junction 73, Boulder 27 Grand Junction Girls Basketball Round Robin Thursday at Grand Junction Boulder 8 8 6 5 — 27 Grand Junction 18 20 17 18 — 73 Boulder — Kayla Reeves 7, Maya Burgin 3, Lopez 3, Grace Garza 6, ...

Colorado Mesa soccer results, Dec. 4, 2014

By Staff

NCAA Div. II Championships At Owsley B. Frazier Stadium, Louisville, Ky. Thursday Semifinals Charleston (W.Va.) 2, Colorado Mesa 0 Lynn (Fla.) 4, Quincy (Ill.) 1 Saturday National Championship Charleston (W.Va.) (22-0-1) vs. Lynn ...

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