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Hometown hero

By Matt Meyer

As echoes of rain and speeding cars bounced around the parking garage underneath Two Rivers Convention Center on Friday, former Central High School standout and current Denver Broncos’ offensive lineman Ben Garland looked at the hundreds ...


Paonia advances to 2A district baseball title game

By Staff

Paonia sophomore Trevor Smith remembered well what happened the last time he pitched against Cedaredge. The Bruins shelled him for 11 runs in the first inning of the Eagles’ 14-4 season-opening loss against the Bruins. Friday afternoon ...


Mavs struggle during first day of cycling road nationals

By Staff

It wasn’t a great Day 1 for Colorado Mesa University at the USA Cycling Collegiate Road Nationals. In the women’s Division II road race, the three-rider CMU team had a good race, but a mass sprint for the finish made for a chaotic ...


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A more difficult road

By Patti Arnold

The task isn’t an easy one, but it’s nothing the Colorado Mesa baseball team hasn’t done before. Win three games in a row. “Oh yeah, we’ve won 20-some in a row,” CMU coach Chris Hanks said Friday night ...


Sports Briefs, May 8, 2015

By Staff

Prep Baseball Wet weather postpones tourneys District tournaments that Central, Grand Junction and Palisade were scheduled to play in Saturday have been postponed because of wet weather on the Front Range. Central, seeded No. 9 in Class ...


RMAC baseball scores, May 8, 2015

By Staff

RMAC Tournament Thursday-Sunday at Suplizio Field Thursday’s Games All games 9 innings Game 1 — Metro State 8, CSU-Pueblo 0 Game 2 — Colorado Mesa 3, Adams State 2 Friday’s Games Game 3 — CSU-Pueblo 10, ...


Prep baseball scores, May 8, 2015

By Staff

Hotchkiss 14, Ignacio 0 Class 2A District 2 Tournament semifinal Friday at Delta Middle School Ignacio 000 00 — 0 2 3 Hotchkiss 000 0x — 14 11 0 WP — Cesar Gonzalez 4 IP, 0 R, 2 H, 1 BB, 1 HBP, 10 K. Hotchkiss — ...


Restaurants serving local food a win for everyone

By Dixie Burmeister

April was a beautiful month. The much-needed rain brought out the clean and brilliant colors of spring and a scent that only rain can produce. The topping on the April cake was the news that valley fruit crops, including cherries, apricots ...


Any idea what these volunteer plants coming up in yard are?

By Dennis Hill

I have some volunteer plants coming up in the yard and want to know what they are. My husband insists it’s an evergreen of some sort and wants me to keep them, but as they get bigger, they develop stickers on the branches. Do you have ...


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It’s better to thin garden than leave it alone

By Erin McIntyre

One of the hardest things about gardening, for me, is forcing myself to decide what stays or goes. Sometimes Mother Nature does it for me, and I’m grateful. But other times, I have to make the decision in order to have a stronger ...


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