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Practice makes perfect for local Special Olympians

By Rachel Sauer

If Wednesday’s practice at Orchard Mesa Pool was any indication, Saturday’s races could have gone any of a number of ways. Oh, sure, where were serious moments Wednesday, when Strive Splash coach Lee Stigen encouraged swimmers ...

Iowa Western Reivers were definition of dominant during JUCO

By Dale Shrull

That was impressive. The day or two after the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series champion is crowned is a time to look back at a memorable week. For me this past week, the 2014 JUCO World Series and this year’s champ is all about ...


Choice of Davis easy for Hanks

By Allen Gemaehlich

CARY, N.C. — Colorado Mesa baseball coach Chris Hanks had plenty of arms available to pitch in the Mavericks’ first NCAA Division II national championship game in school history, but he had an easy decision about who to ...


Garcia filled need in middle infield for Mavs

By Allen Gemaehlich

CARY, N.C. — Garrett Carpenter befriended a freshman back in high school to help him fit in with the baseball team. Carpenter and Derrick Garcia helped Mayfair High School in southern California win its first league title in ...


Shooting range, remote testimony bills signed in GJ by Hickenlooper

By Emily Shockley

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a bill Saturday morning paving the way for a multi-use shooting complex he said has the potential to draw 100,000 shooters a year to the Grand Valley. The governor made House Bill 1275 law shortly before ...

Lease refunds could create state liability

By Dennis Webb

The possibility of the federal government canceling up to 65 oil and gas leases and reimbursing companies’ costs is raising the question of whether the state of Colorado and by extension local governments would be on the hook for some of ...


$5.3 million paid to BLM for embattled oil, gas leases

By Dennis Webb

Companies have paid the federal government more than $5 million to acquire and keep 65 oil and gas leases now under review by the Bureau of Land Management. Based on past practice, that is money the agency would refund them if it ended up ...


Governor flies over ‘tragic’ landslide, vows to keep area safe

By Emily Shockley

With a career history as a geologist, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper knew what he saw during a helicopter flyover Saturday morning above the Grand Mesa landslide was truly remarkable. The still-active slide that pushed debris four miles down ...

Division II Baseball World Series results, ay 31, 2014

By Staff

NCAA Division II World Series At USA Baseball Complex, Cary, N.C. All times MDT Saturday, May 24 Southern Indiana 4, Tampa (Fla.) 3 Lander (S.C.) 6, Calif. State-Chico 4 Sunday, May 25 Seton Hill (Pa.) 4, Minnesota State-Mankato ...

Sports Brief, May 31, 2014

By Staff

Golf Spots open in Colo. West Amateur Entries are still being accepted for the 2014 Home Loan Colorado West Amateur Golf Championship, which will take place Friday through Sunday at Bookcliff Country Club. The Colorado West Amateur will ...

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