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Prep girls basketball scores, March 10, 2016

By Staff

Paonia 52, Sanford 25 Class 2A state quarterfinal Thursday at Massari Arena, Pueblo Sanford 8 7 5 5 — 25 Paonia 21 10 11 10 — 52 Sanford — Katelyn Caldon 3, Karly Caldon 2, Dana Lenz 6, Katie Thomas 6, Marli Crowther 2, ...


Prep baseball scores, March 10, 2016

By Staff

Central 4, Horizon 3 (8) Bill Fanning Memorial Classic Thursday at Canyon View Park Horizon 000 010 20 — 3 6 0 Central 000 011 11 — 4 8 2 WP — Trey Garcia 1 1/3 IP in relief, 0 R, 0 H, 0 BB, 3 K. LP — Tyler Pfeifer ...


Prep girls soccer score, March 10, 2016

By Staff

Palisade 4, Central 0 Thursday at Walker Field Halftime score: Palisade 1-0. Goals (assists): P — Sammi Feller (Christina Chatfield), 3rd minute; P — Madison Caster, 76:00; P — Feller, 77:00; P — Nicole Harkreader ...


Prep girls tennis results, March 10, 2016

By Staff

Grand Junction 6, Columbine 1 Thursday at Grand Junction High School Singles No. 1 — Carolena Campos, GJ, won 6-0, 6-0; No. 2 — Sarah Megan Erb, GJ, won 6-2, 6-3; No. 3 — Isabel Manzanares, GJ, won 6-2, 6-7, ...


Appeals court favors WPX in royalties case

By Dennis Webb

The Colorado Court of Appeals on Thursday reversed a lower-court ruling in a Garfield County class-action mineral royalties case involving WPX Energy, invalidating a $5.1 million judgment against the company. A three-judge panel ruled in ...


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Long sentence likely after child sex assault convictions

By Duffy Hayes

A man who dodged child sex assault charges in 2000 faces a possible sentence of astonishing length after being convicted Thursday on a host of charges connected to child sexual assault. Carl Howard McDaniel, also previously convicted of ...


Insurance agent accused of fraud again

By Mike Wiggins

A former Grand Junction insurance agent who surrendered his license last year for issuing false insurance policies and pocketing the money has been arrested and accused of committing similar crimes. Prosecutors on Wednesday charged James Joel ...


Bill would prevent raid on severance taxes

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Some Western Slope lawmakers want to put an end to the Colorado Legislature’s recent practice of diverting severance tax dollars to other purposes. Though the state hasn’t done that in a couple of years, between ...


Shooting range to close for building of fence

By Staff

The Grand Valley Shooting Range will close most of next week to allow for the construction of a fence intended to cordon off the range from cattle and people. The Bureau of Land Management will install the fence along the perimeter of the ...


Activists applaud EPA’s attempts to curb methane

By Dennis Webb

Activists on Thursday praised the Obama administration’s announcement that the Environmental Protection Agency will look to regulate methane emissions from existing oil and gas operations, saying it fills a large previous gap in the ...


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