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Girls tennis results, March 5, 2016

By Staff

Fruita Monument 4, Aspen 3 Saturday at Steamboat Springs Singles No. 1 — Sarah Fleming, FM, def. Mary Williams, 6-2, 6-1; No. 2 — Tayvia Voytilla, FM, def. Olivia Carr, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1; No. 3 — Elizabeth Regan, A, def. Mia ...

Eaton rallies past Olathe girls in second-round of Class 3A state basketball playoffs

By Staff

Olathe had a two-point lead with 90 seconds remaining, but Eaton rallied to defeat the Pirates 45-42 in the second round of the Class 3A state girls basketball playoffs Saturday at Eaton High School. Eaton, 21-3 and seeded sixth in the ...


A new Market in the City

By Greg Ruland

The newest City Market in the nation hired around 80 talented workers from diverse backgrounds and transferred 55 more from other stores in time for a 9 a.m. ribbon-cutting and grand opening ceremony in Grand Junction on Wednesday, company ...

Paonia girls advance to Class 2A state tournament

By Matt Meyer

RIFLE — Paonia girls basketball coach Scott Rienks wasn’t thrilled Saturday after the Eagles beat Soroco 53-41 to win their pool at the Class 2A Region 3 tournament and advance to the state tournament in Pueblo. Paonia, 22-2 and ...

Shutout central: Mavs blank CCU in doubleheader

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s pitching staff continued to throw zeroes on the board Saturday, leading the Mavs’ baseball team to a pair of shutouts in an 11-0, 6-0 sweep of Colorado Christian in Lakewood. The Mavericks haven’t allowed a ...

BIZ BUZZ FOR: March 6, 2016

By Staff

AMC Entertainment agreed to acquire Carmike Cinemas Thursday, a move that could create the longest chain of movie theaters in North America, AMC officials announced. Whether the acquisition means the Carmike Theater in Grand Junction will ...

Check a box on tax form, help out wildlife

By Dale Shrull

It’s tax season, and the hunt is on for refunds. We all want to save every penny and get every dollar back we can from our hard-earned annual earnings.  But it’s also nice to give a little back. There’s a tiny box ...


Mesa County entities may soon ask for money to fund projects

By Staff

Mesa County voters and their wallets could be put to the test in the next couple of years, as several local governments and taxing entities consider whether to seek new debt, tax increases or both to build infrastructure, pay for new programs ...

Outside briefs, March 5, 2016

By Staff

Fishing regulations open house Thursday in Rifle Get the scoop on Colorado’s new fishing regulations at an open house in Rifle. Colorado Parks and Wildlife will have an Angler Open House from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at the ...


Fishing’s sweet season

By Joel L. Evans

Some states close the fishing season for the winter. They have their reasons, I suppose. Not so in Colorado. Thankfully there is not “a” season in Colorado. Instead, there are several seasons from which to choose and ...

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