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Your Town, Jan. 15, 2016

By Staff

A few days after Christmas, we traveled across the mountain passes and up north to the plains for a three-night visit. Although it was December, temperatures were predicted to range anywhere from 60 degrees in Denver, to lower teens in the ...

Death notices, Jan. 15, 2016

By Staff

■ Ruth A. Doll, 87, of Delta, died Jan. 10, 2017, at Horizons Care Center. Visitation will be from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday at Taylor Funeral Service Chapel in Delta. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Garnet Mesa Baptist Church in ...

Mavs beat 3 ranked teams at Midwest Duals

By Staff

Colorado Mesa’s wrestling team had a big bounce-back day Saturday at the Nebraska-Kearney Midwest Duals, knocking off three teams ranked above the Mavericks and going 3-1. “We wrestled really well,” CMU coach Chuck Pipher ...


‘Dogs find high gear

By Dale Shrull

The Palisade offense was like an old car on a cold winter morning. It took a while for the Bulldogs to get cranking but they finally came together late to pick up a 48-42 Western Slope League win over a pesky Summit team Saturday night. One ...


Tigers show grit in second half to claim first win

By Matt Meyer

Midway through the third quarter Saturday afternoon, the Grand Junction High School girls basketball team saw its double-digit lead whittled down to one point. It wasn’t from defensive breakdowns or a particularly poor stretch of ...

Warriors’ pressure leads to runaway victory

By Staff

The Central High School boys basketball team led Eagle Valley from start to finish Saturday afternoon, cruising to a 68-42 victory. The Warriors (9-4) hit five 3-pointers in the first quarter — two each from Koby Steves and Hunter ...

Hot-shooting Mavs cruise past Cougars

By Staff

Taylor Wagner was so ill Friday night, the Colorado Mesa women’s basketball coach was wondering if he’d be able to make it to Saturday’s game at Colorado Christian. He’s sure glad he felt better Saturday, because he ...


Expanding Fire

By Matt

Fire FC already boasts one of the largest club soccer footprints on the Western Slope, with numerous teams, tournaments and a multi-use indoor facility. That footprint potentially got an upgrade this winter after the club purchased two acres ...


A raven’s eye on the sky

By Dave Buchanan

FISHER VALLEY, Utah — A raven’s voice brought me to a stop. Busy fiddling with camera and tripod, surrounded by the stillness of blood-red mesas, I had been lost in the chore immediately before me until a sudden ...


A nose for the law

By Staff

Many things have changed in the Colorado’s great outdoors over the years. Some things have stayed the same. “Twenty years ago, the agency had 135 wildlife officers,” Area 14 District Wildlife Manager Philip Gurule said. ...

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