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Don Meyer, among coaches with most wins, has died

By The AP

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — Don Meyer, one of the winningest coaches in college basketball who came back from a near-fatal car accident and liver cancer before closing out his career, died Sunday in South Dakota. He was 69. Meyer led his teams ...


Mavericks edge Kingsville for spot in Division II World Series

By Allen Gemaehlich

It came down to a deep fly ball to the right-field corner. Colorado Mesa senior Austin Kaiser ran it down with a little help, coach Chris Hanks believes, for the third out and a spot in the NCAA Division II World Series next ...

Delgado, Spartanburg, Iowa Western punch ticket to JUCO

By Patti Arnold

There’s a Mardi Gras-type party going on in New Orleans — the Delgado Community College Dolphins are returning to the JUCO World Series. And from the sound of it, the Dolphins just might bring that party to the ...


WAY BACK WHEN: New cabs, Western Slope Auto

By Priscilla Mangnall

Robert Grant takes us back to 1950 with a photo of a new fleet of taxi cabs, special-ordered for 57 Cab Service. J. W. and Wesley E. Hayden were the proprietors of this modern taxi business that operated from 545 Colorado Ave. They also ran ...


Peterson, Cherry lead way on links for Indians

By Tim Harty

All of the girls golf players except two had left The Bridges in Montrose at the conclusion of a mid-April high school tournament, making them the only people around who could answer Jim Scarry’s question: “Would you two do me a ...

Bruins miss Gates at state track meet

By Dale Shrull

LAKEWOOD — Shane Gates glided over the high jump bar at 5-feet-9-inches. A huge cheer erupted from the Cedaredge faithful that came to the Colorado State Track and Field Championships on Saturday. It was like every other event over the ...


Western State alumnus behind big undersea find

By Melinda Mawdsley

Barry Clifford, a 1969 graduate of what is now Western State Colorado University in Gunnison, may have made one of the most important underwater discoveries in archaeological history. Clifford, who lives in Massachusetts but still returns to ...


Montrose graduates savor lessons learned, joy of the day

By Melinda Mawdsley

With all due respect to Montrose, Mitchell Neal is ready to leave. Thanks to a 4.345 GPA and a QuestBridge National College Match Scholarship for high-academic, low-income students, Neal is off to the University of Chicago this fall to study ...

Deal elusive on fracking ballot measure

By Charles Ashby

Though they’re still talking, officials in Gov. John Hickenlooper’s office report that they’re not any closer to working out a deal for a compromise measure on this year’s ballot dealing with hydraulic ...


Student of the Week, May 19, 2014

By Staff

GPA: 3.85 After-school activities: Playing volleyball and coaching volleyball, track and gymnastics. Favorite book: “Out of the Silent Planet” by C.S. Lewis. Favorite TV show: “The Joy of Painting” with Bob ...

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