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Angling areas get a boost from CPW funds

By Staff

Colorado Parks and Wildlife awarded funds totaling more than $200,000 this summer to six projects to improve angling opportunities around the state. One project has $30,000 going for a new boat ramp on the Colorado River at Rifle. All of ...


Meek races to win, not just to run

By Tim Harty

Running with the lead. For Ian Meek, it’s familiar. The Montrose junior is used to it, expects it, knows how to finish with it. Like he did Saturday at the Anna Banana Invitational cross-country meet, where he led start to finish in ...


Central piles up hits in win over Cortez

By Staff

Central High School swept a Southwestern League softball doubleheader from Montezuma-Cortez, beating the Panthers 15-0 and 11-6 on Saturday. Winning pitcher Melissa Gellermann threw a one-hitter in the first game, which was limited to four ...


Breaux leads way as Colorado Mesa narrowly beats Regis

By Staff

Colorado Mesa senior Catie Breaux finished with a match-high 15 kills Saturday night as the Mavericks won for the fourth time in five Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference matches by rallying for a 17-25, 25-17, 25-17, 24-26, 15-7 victory against ...

Rider and the Wolf

By Dale Shrull

Long before anyone even thought about taking to the mountains on a bicycle, Mike Rust was building mountain bikes. Through the 1980s, he welded and molded bike frames to be durable enough to withstand the pounding of off-road riding. Norman ...


Desert Dweller

By Meredith Swett Walker

If you are ever lucky enough to lay eyes on a ringtail, your first thought will probably be something like: What was that? It looked like a fox crossed with that wacky lemur character from the movie ‘Madagascar.’ ” Ringtails ...

Broncos’ offense has to improve

By Rick Jussel

The old man, known far and wide as wise beyond his years, asked the sage-in-waiting, “Why are ye afraid, O ye of little faith?” The wannabe sage replied, “This generation of Denver Broncos has no running game; thus the ...


‘I thought I was 
going to die’

By Jon Mitchell

John Arledge came to realize this past May that his backyard — a place he’d vowed to have before he started a family — is someplace he might never get to see again. The former Palisade High School football coach and current ...

Colorado Mesa football score for Sept. 26, 2015

By Staff

Colorado Mesa 26, Chadron State 13 Saturday in Chadron, Nebraska Colorado Mesa 6 0 7 10 — 23 Chadron State 7 6 0 0 — 13 First Quarter CMU — Ceejay French-Love 1 fumble return (kick failed), 14:52. CSC — Conor ...

Prep cross country results for Sept. 26, 2015

By Staff

Anna Banana Invitational Hosted by Fruita Monument High School Saturday at Connected Lakes State Park BOYS Team Scores 1. Fruita Monument, 84; 2. Grandview, 92; 3. Eagle Valley, 153; 4. (tie) Grand Junction, 162; Montrose, 162; 6. ...

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