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Palisade’s Randen Espinoza finishes second once again in Class 4A

By Staff

DENVER — Palisade High School’s Randen Espinoza didn’t get the ultimate satisfaction he sought in two trips to the state wrestling finals. But in what he calls “a sport of winners and losers,” at least he went as ...


Set for the spotlight

By Dale Shrull

DENVER — T.J. Shelton watched history unfold Saturday night. Then he took care of business and set his sights on making history himself. Next year, Shelton will have his chance to grab a slice of Colorado wrestling history. The Meeker ...


Trio carries Montrose to district title

By Matt Meyer

Early in the season, it was rare for more than one player in any particular game to make a significant offensive impact for the Montrose High School boys basketball team. Down the stretch, the Indians got contributions from multiple players ...


‘Dogs get defensive

By Matt Meyer

The Palisade High School girls basketball team, for the third game in a row, didn’t have the consistency on offense it was looking for. However, also for the third straight day, the Bulldogs’ defense did more than enough to secure ...

Mesa men roll to fifth straight win

By Staff

This is when coaches want to see their basketball teams start to peak. The Colorado Mesa men are certainly doing that, winning their fifth straight game Saturday, 103-68 over Western State Colorado University in Gunnison. “It’s a ...


Patience is key to catching big – really, really big – trout

By Dave Buchanan

Too many anglers don’t have the patience to catch a really big fish, claims fishing guide Matt McCannel of RIGS Adventure Company and fly shop in Ridgway. “I think too many people go fishing just to go fishing,” McCannel ...

Mavs rally again to defeat Cal Baptist

By Staff

It wasn’t quite as dramatic as Friday afternoon’s walk-off victory, but the third-ranked Colorado Mesa baseball team rallied to defeat Cal Baptist 6-4 on Saturday and win three of four games in the Mavericks’ final series ...


Shed antler hunting limits aimed to protect wildlife

By Dave Buchanan

In an effort to reduce stress and the disturbance of wintering big game animals, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission last month adopted a regulation seasonally limiting shed-antler collecting in parts of northwest Colorado. The new ...


Now that’s a true fish tale

By Dave Buchanan

Perhaps the pen is mightier than the fishing rod, too. As if catching a 32-inch brown trout weighing an estimated 15-plus pounds wasn’t enough, Matt McCannel says a new book to be published this spring might tip the public’s ...

Local running results, Feb. 21, 2015

By Staff

Pedro 4.0 Trail Run Mesa Monument Striders Saturday 1. Peter Kunisch 33:40; 2. Janine Kunisch 33:41; 3. John Constan 33:59; 4. Ray Jensen 34:50; 5. Steve Murray 34:54; 6. Shannon Koch 35:01; 7. Kathaleen Recker 35:27; 8. Jeff Recker 35:49; ...

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