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Wildcats ready for No. 1 Broomfield

By Matt Meyer

The Fruita Monument girls basketball team prides itself on tailoring its defense to its opponent, but tonight’s Class 5A playoff game at top-seeded Broomfield presents a challenge the No. 4 Wildcats haven’t seen this ...


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A long, fun race

By Dale Shrull

Duncan Koehn crossed the finish line, then let out a fatigued groan. “Man, that was hard,” he said. The former Colorado Mesa University cross-country skier had just won the second annual 42K Grand Mesa Nordic Council Loppet race ...


Tick, tock: NFL is on the clock

By Rick Jussel

One week and counting. Next Tuesday, Peyton Manning will be owed $19 million in base salary and another $2.5 million in bonus money — if he is still on the Denver Bronco roster. Bronco Boss John Elway is not going to pay Manning $21.5 ...


CMU lacrosse team handles Augustana

By Staff

College Lacrosse CMU men win first game of season Colorado Mesa’s men’s lacrosse team scored 14 of the game’s first 15 goals Monday in an 18-6 rout of Augustana (Illinois) College in Denver. The 15th-ranked Mavericks ...


In Brief, March 1, 2016

By Staff

Texas Roadhouse to host Geer benefit Texas Roadhouse, 2870 North Ave., will host a fundraiser Wednesday, to benefit the family of Deputy Derek Geer, who died after being shot in the line of duty last month. Ten percent of all food sales ...


GJ airport gets grant of $250K from state

By Staff

Grand Junction Regional Airport will use a $250,000 state grant toward completing design on a new main runway. The Colorado Division of Aeronautics awarded the grant on Monday as part of a package of grants totaling $2.7 million to 27 ...


United Way comes up short of fundraising goal

By Greg Ruland

United Way of Mesa County on Monday feasted and feted about 100 fundraising volunteers who donated more than 2,400 hours of service and raised nearly $870,000 for the organization’s 2015-16 campaign. Proclaiming “Mission ...


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Democrats Edwards, Mulder take aim at commission

By Gary Harmon

Two Democrats are hoping to replace the two incumbent Republicans seeking to remain on the Mesa County Commission this fall. Democrats Dave Edwards of Palisade and Mel Mulder of Fruita, each a member of his respective town and city council, ...


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AG: Hospital provider fee proposal legal

By Charles Ashby

Turning Colorado’s hospital provider fee into a state-run government business would be constitutional, Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman said in a legal opinion released Monday. The long-awaited opinion, drafted at the request ...


Police: Man ‘glad’ about deputy’s killing may face felony charge

By Mike Wiggins

A Grand Junction man is facing criminal charges after he allegedly yelled at law-enforcement officers that he was “glad” that Mesa County Sheriff’s Deputy Derek Geer was shot to death, then spit on officers as they took him ...


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