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UCCS upends Mesa women, moves into first

By Staff

In the end, it was a case of too much Brittany Hernandez and Abby Kirchoff for the Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball team to counter. The CU-Colorado Springs inside-outside duo combined for 53 of the Mountain Lions’ ...

Sports Briefs, Jan. 10, 2015

By Staff

College Cycling Mavs finish 5th at Cyclocross Championships Colorado Mesa University finished fifth as team Saturday at the Division II U.S. Collegiate Cyclocross Championships in Austin, Texas. Ariane Horbach was the Mavericks’ ...


Antero Reservoir to be drained, dam rebuilt, this summer

By Dave Buchanan

The legacy of ups and downs at Antero Reservoir’s popular fishery in wind-swept South Park is on the down. Way down. Western Slope anglers making the southern-route trek to Denver for the January sportsmen’s shows drive right past ...


Ice on Rifle Gap Reservoir means it’s time for fishing tournament

By Dave Buchanan

The 17th annual Mountain Air Mechanical Rifle Gap Ice Fishing Tournament, cosponsored with the Rifle Chamber of Commerce and Colorado Parks and Wildlife, is set for Jan. 17-18. The competition runs at 8 a.m. until 
3 p.m. on Jan. 17 and ...

CPW has discount coupons for Expo

By Dave Buchanan

Anglers and other outdoors enthusiasts headed to the International Sportsmen’s Exposition on Jan. 15-18 at the Colorado Convention Center in Denver can get a coupon from Colorado Parks and Wildlife worth $5 off adult admission. The ...

You Said It, Jan. 11, 2015

By Staff

Oh joy, another Walmart, this one in east Grand Valley. Think of what we can look forward to. There’s another City Market and maybe even a Walgreens to be put out of business. The effort to move the Parks and Wildlife central office ...


Hands off

By Matt Meyer

Guard your yard. That’s the new defensive motto of the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team. Not two feet, certainly not four feet, but the three feet of airspace surrounding the ballhandler. So, when Tigers senior guard ...


Snowpack is right on track

By Dave Buchanan

Despite late-staying, unseasonably warm temperatures and almost no precipitation to remark of through the end of October, the statewide snowpack reached 99 percent of median as of Jan. 1, according to Brian Domonkos, Snow Survey Supervisor for ...

Blotter: Jan. 11, 2015

By Staff

Pop-up camper is burned No citation was issued after the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a vehicle fire in the 3000 block of U.S. Highway 50, according to authorities. Deputies arrived Jan. 2 at the property, ...


Felony court filings rise for third year in Mesa County

By Paul Shockley

Felony criminal filings rose for the third consecutive year in Mesa County during 2014, which also saw increases in other criminal matters. The Mesa County District Attorney’s Office filed 1,616 felony cases last year, which was still ...

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