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Overcoming nerves

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Jessie Hoffschneider was out with minor injuries for so long, he began to doubt himself. The Colorado Mesa sophomore overcame some nerves in his first home match of the season Thursday night for a 5-0 decision over Vicente Aboytes in the ...


Prep boys basketball scores, Jan. 8, 2015

By Staff

Jordan 52, Grand Junction 49 Thursday at Sandy, Utah Grand Junction 6 6 21 16 — 49 Jordan 14 8 13 17 — 52 Grand Junction — Ridge Droskin 11, Nate Rockwood 2, Ben Volkmann 7, Stockton Rock 10, Tyson Zanski 2, D.J. Wells ...


Prep wrestling results, Jan. 8, 2015

By Staff

Paonia 57, Hotchkiss 19 Thursday at Paonia 106 — Eli Etter, P, won by forfeit; 113 — Colton Godwin, P, pinned Chris Lovato, 3:15; 120 — Colton Hall, H, dec. Gabe Ferguson, 16-6; 126 — Jesse Reed, P, pinned Colton ...


Prep girls basketball scores, Jan. 8, 2015

By Staff

Cheyenne Central 47,
Grand Junction 44 Wyoming McDonald’s Invitational Thursday at Cheyenne, Wyoming Grand Junction 16 9 13 6 — 44 Cheyenne Central 10 15 15 7 — 47 Grand Junction — Sydni Brandon 10, Sheridan ...


Colorado Mesa wrestling results, Jan. 8, 2015

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 35, San Francisco State 7 Thursday at Brownson Arena 125 pounds — Colby Christensen, CMU, technical fall Brandon Vu 18-2 (2:53); 133 — Jonathon Stelling, CMU, dec. Jordan Gurrola 5-3; 141 ...


Mesa County judge upholds homemade hash oil ban

By Paul Shockley

Siding with arguments by Attorney General John Suthers’ office, a Mesa County judge Wednesday refused to strike down a state law in a fight over home making of marijuana hash oil. District Judge Richard Gurley issued a one-sentence ...


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Palisade 4-H’er to show steer in Denver

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Most ballerinas wouldn’t jump at the chance to chase down and tackle a calf in front of a live audience, or spend eight months raising a steer for show. Svea Elisha isn’t an ordinary ballerina. The 17-year-old Palisade High ...


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Book program’s selection ‘unpleasant’

By Rachel Sauer

Sorry, no, we actually can’t talk about something more pleasant. We can talk about families and getting older and dying, and making the journey with grace and laughter. We can talk about mistakes and lessons learned and parents who ...


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Neal: Test waiver motion goes against current legislation

By Emily Shockley

The State Board of Education narrowly passed a resolution Thursday directing the Colorado Department of Education to inform school districts they can apply for a waiver to get out of state standardized testing. The problem is, that’s not ...


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Abuse at day care center reported

By Gary Harmon

State officials have recommended that a Grand Junction day care center, which the ownership plans to close on Feb. 13, be placed on probation in connection with an incident in November. The Colorado Department of Human Services made an offer ...


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