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Palisade’s Christa Brown voted top player in WSL

By Staff

The Palisade High School girls basketball team placed five players on the Class 4A All-Western Slope League team. Leading the way was Christa Brown, who was selected the player of the year. The sophomore averaged nearly 10 points and six ...


Paonia girls seeded fifth in Class 2A

By Staff

The Class 2A girls state basketball tournament seeding was announced Sunday, and Paonia (19-4) was given a No. 5 seed and Cedaredge (21-2) will be the sixth seed. The two Western Slope League rivals earned spots in the final eight with ...


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CMU pitchers own the day

By Staff

Several years ago, the pitching staff at then-Mesa State College wore T-shirts that read on the back: “Babe Ruth’s dead. Throw strikes.” Sunday, the Colorado Mesa pitching staff took that to heart. At least the three ...


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Student of the Week, March 9, 2015

By Staff

GPA: Above 4.0 After-school activities: Tutoring English Language Learner (ELL) students, especially with math. It’s usually two to three hours, at least twice a week. I am part of the Spanish Club Cabinet, and I am planning on being ...


Little progress as lawmakers pass midpoint

By Charles Ashby

DENVER —The Colorado Legislature reached the midpoint of the 2015 session this past weekend, and lawmakers on both sides of the political divide who control the opposing chambers aren’t yet done killing each other’s ...


Student Spotlight, March 9, 2015

By Staff

■ Landon Ochs of Hotchkiss, Julia Gross of Mesa and Kaitlyn Talbott of Palisade earned the dean’s citation for academic excellence during the fall 2014 semester at the Monfort College of Business at the University of Northern ...


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This Week at the Legislature: March 9, 2015

By Staff

DENVER — A Republican bill that has some Democratic support to repeal a controversial law limiting gun magazines to 15 rounds will be heard in the Senate Judiciary Committee this afternoon. The measure is expected to win support in that ...


Blotter: March 9, 2015

By Staff

Dog scam costs woman $1K A Clifton woman who replied to an online ad was swindled out of $1,000, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office. According to a report narrative, the woman responded to an ad on dogs.oodle.com offering ...


Fruita’s Ottley Avenue closed for construction

By Emily Shockley

Ottley Avenue between Amethyst Drive and Coulson Street will be closed starting today for drainage, road-widening and sidewalk work. The closure is expected to last through June 12, according to Fruita Project Engineer John Vasey. Vasey said ...


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Kid composer receives award

By Emily Shockley

Hearing the tune he composed on a piano at home arranged for multiple instruments and played by the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra was an experience 10-year-old Gavin Hart won’t soon forget. “It was awesome the way they ...


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