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CMU ski teams both finish third in 15K skate race

By Staff

The Colorado Mesa Nordic ski team finished the The U.S. Collegiate Ski and Snowboard Association national championships with another solid performance at Bend, Oregon. CMU’s men’s and women’s teams each finished third in the ...

Paonia boys control tempo to win 2A regional semifinal

By Tim Harty

The 12-point lead at halftime was acceptable to the Paonia High School boys basketball team. The way they got it, however, was not. Settling down and getting into a pace more suited to Paonia’s strengths, the Eagles pulled away in the ...


Full-court Cowboys

By Dale Shrull

After falling behind 4-0 to start Friday’s game, the Meeker girls basketball team turned up the heat. The Cowboys used a disruptive full-court press and turned a close game in the first quarter into a rout, beating Ignacio 63-47 in the ...

Olathe girls cruise to win in 3A regional

By Staff

Amanda Kinterknecht scored 18 points as the Olathe girls basketball team defeated Alamosa 51-27 on Friday night in a Class 3A regional semifinal at Olathe High School. Kinterknecht had success in transition, Olathe coach Paul Althaus said, ...

GJ’s Brandon, Wells are SWL players of the year

By Staff

Grand Junction’s Sydni Brandon was voted the top girls basketball player in the Southwestern League for the second straight year with the announcement of the All-Southwestern League team Friday. Brandon, a four-time All-SWL selection, ...


‘Dogs rally in opener

By Matt Meyer

The Palisade High School baseball team scored twice in the fifth inning to take a 5-4 lead Friday at the Bill Fanning Classic and held on during a scoreless sixth and seventh to defeat Centaurus at Suplizio Field. The Bulldogs (1-1) ...


Streak broken

By Patti Arnold

It wasn’t so much that the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team lost at home for the first time in three-plus years Friday night. It was that their one loss in the past 53 games at Brownson Arena, 61-51 to CSU-Pueblo, cost the ...

Despite crowding, students can stay at favorite schools

By Emily Shockley

Students initially told they would have to switch schools this fall because of overcrowding will be able to stay in their schools after all, following a decision by District 51 executives. The families of 26 Pear Park Elementary students and ...

Sex orientation therapies would be stopped by bill

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A bill to prohibit licensed mental health professionals from engaging in sexual orientation conversion therapy on a child won preliminary approval in the Colorado House on Friday. The measure, HB1175, is aimed at a belief that ...


Council foes debate business issues

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction City Council candidates Rick Taggart and Kim Kerk championed diversification and growth of Grand Junction’s economy Friday afternoon during a debate at a Redlands Rotary Club meeting. Kerk, who works for Blue Star ...

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