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Worth the wait

By Matt Meyer

Pitching depth is huge at the Alpine Junior College World Series, and a complete-game performance Monday morning by Kyle Carter during Miami Dade College’s 8-3 win over Spartanburg Methodist College (South Carolina) means the Sharks have ...



By Dale Shrull

Robbie Dickey was a good high school pitcher in Texas. Good high school pitchers rarely get Division I offers. Dickey had three offers out of high school, all Texas junior colleges. He picked Blinn College and things have just kept getting ...

Health Briefs, May 27, 2014

By Staff

Suicide topic of Carbondale forum The Hope Center is hosting its second Community Forum on Mental Health on Wednesday, in the Roaring Fork High School auditorium in Carbondale. The free event hopes to draw in community members who want to ...


Natural birthing center provides a choice for expectant mothers

By Greg Ruland

Fathers brave enough to help birth their children inevitably concede mothers are the stronger sex. The painful birth process that mothers often endure proves it, said the owners of a new, independent birthing center in Grand Junction. The ...

Death Notices, May 27, 2014

By Staff

■ Dorotha M. (Hart-Erwin) Eades, 90, Naturita, died May 25, 2014, at Montrose Memorial Hospital. A funeral service will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Trinity Baptist Church in Naturita. Interment will follow at Norwood Cemetery. She is ...

Colorado Mesa game rescheduled due to weather

By Allen Gemaehlich

CARY, N.C — Colorado Mesa’s baseball game against Seton Hill (Pennsylvania) University in the NCAA Division II World Series has been rescheduled for 3 p.m. (Mountain Daylight Time) at the USA Baseball Complex. The game was ...

‘The whole back of Grand Mesa is gone,’ stunned resident says

By Amy Hamilton

COLLBRAN — Residents here were aghast Monday, buzzing about the enormous mudslide that slid off a northern flank of Grand Mesa, snapping trees and lobbing boulders, and likely burying three locals in its wake. As Mesa County search and ...

Fruita Middle school PTA raising funds for new security door

By Emily Shockley

Fruita Middle School Parent-Teacher Association members are about a fifth of the way to their goal of raising $10,000 for a new security door at the school and hope to creep closer to that goal at a fundraiser June 1. The fundraiser will ...

Well pad threatened by Collbran mudslide

By Staff

Local oil and gas officials said today that at least one active natural gas production facility has been impacted by the Sunday evening mudslide near Collbran. The threatened well pad contains three active natural gas wells, which were shut ...

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Sheriff briefs media on mudslide; search on for three missing men

By Staff

UPDATE: The three missing men are Clancy Nichols, a Mesa County road and bridge employee, his son, Danny, and Wes Hawkins. # # # At a press conference near Collbran today, a day after a huge mudslide along Salt Creek wiped out a significant ...

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