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Central rally falls short vs. Mountain Vista

By Staff

LAKEWOOD ­­— The Central High School boys basketball team battled through adversity Saturday against Mountain Vista in the championship game of the Paul Davis Classic at Green Mountain. The Warriors’ rally was too ...


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Brown sisters carry Palisade past Rifle

By Staff

Ashlyn Brown scored 21 points and made all 10 of her free throws Saturday night as the Palisade High School girls basketball overcame a physical Rifle team for a 53-43 victory. Christa Brown added 12 points and Aspen Guray 10 for the Bulldogs ...


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Off the mark

By Patti Arnold

Ryan Stephan isn’t being selfish when he says he needs to touch the basketball more. He knows the more he draws the defense, the more open his teammates become. He certainly drew a crowd Saturday night, with Metro State collapsing its ...


Metro hands Mesa only 2nd home loss under Taylor Wagner

By Patti Arnold

Taylor Wagner cautioned against it Friday night. He saw it in pregame warmups Saturday night. And in the first five minutes of the game, it was clear — the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team was not ready to play. “We ...


You Said It, Dec. 13, 2015

By Staff

The primary responsibility of our city is to collect taxes and provide services. When did the Avalon and a proposed amphitheater, that will both serve a minority and cost additional money to operate annually, take priority over paving and ...


State OKs new health guidelines for child care centers

By Charles Ashby

While Colorado remains one of the states with the lowest obesity rates in the nation, those rates still have been growing, particularly for children, health officials say. Colorado’s adult obesity rate was about 21.3 percent last year; ...


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Court denies appeal for convicted burglar

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado Court of Appeals on Thursday affirmed the sentence of a Mesa County man serving 117 years in prison for a series of burglaries and car thefts, in addition to his escape from the Mesa County Jail. A panel of appellate judges ...


Appeals court upholds sentence in 2012 attempted murder case

By Charles Ashby

The Colorado Court of Appeals upheld the conviction of a 61-year-old Routt County man found guilty in 2012 for the attempted first-degree murder of his wife. Robert Allen Cash tried to argue that a prosecution witness who examined the bullet ...


Blotter, Dec. 13, 2015

By Staff

Drug possession suspected A Clifton man was pulled over Wednesday by a Grand Junction police officer after he made an illegal U-turn right in front of him while driving westbound in the 1500 block of North Avenue. After the officer pulled ...


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Digital is OK, but print books are best, local bibliophiles say

By Erin McIntyre

Iceland seems to have the whole Christmas gift-giving thing down to an art. On Christmas Eve, Icelanders are famous for giving each other a precious gift. No, it’s not fermented shark fin, an elf from the woods or a shot of Brennivin, ...


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