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Printed Letters: April 26, 2014

By Staff

‘Ridiculous’ opt-out 
mania bad for country What’s with this “opting out” fiasco? Why are authorities allowing students to opt out of scholastic testing and medical vaccinations? What happened to rules, ...


Thrilling finish downtown

By Dale Shrull

Bicycle racing, a sport of inches? After 60 minutes of intense racing Saturday in the Maverick Classic Criterium, it all came down to three riders and about two inches. Two inches! Colorado Mesa University’s Spencer Oswald crushed the ...


Nieto mixes it up to win Cage Wars

By Matt Meyer

Olathe mixed martial artist Kristian Nieto extended a forearm and pushed low on Tanner Cowan’s waist Saturday night, keeping him from striking. Nieto, in the main event of Cage Wars XXI, won a hands-intensive defensive fight with Cowan ...

Mavs close in on baseball crown

By Staff

After Metro State won the opening game of Saturday’s RMAC baseball doubleheader on a walk-off home run, Colorado Mesa wasted no time taking control of the second game. Kevin Mitchell, the reigning RMAC player of the week, hit a ...

Mesa softball team falters in RMAC title chase

By Staff

Needing to win two games to have a chance to defend its conference title, the Colorado Mesa softball team collapsed Saturday morning in a 15-6 run-rule loss to Chadron State. The Mavericks (32-21, 28-11 RMAC) committed three errors, and the ...

Palisade sweeps Bears

By Staff

Andrew Bowles hit two home runs, including a grand slam, and drove in seven runs Saturday to power the Palisade High School baseball team to a 21-2 win over Rifle in the second game of a Class 4A Western Slope League doubleheader. The ...


Fender knows nymphs

By Dave Buchanan

A recent day on the Gunnison River revealed a flurry of caddis flies filling the air and a puzzling lack of interest by the river’s trout. “What’s wrong with these trout?” asked Gale Doudy of Gunnison River ...


Taking a spin on the Gunnison

By Dave Buchanan

AUSTIN — With a spin of the wheel, Al DeGrange turned his aluminum boat in a tight circle and headed upstream. Guiding the jet-boat across the runoff-charged North Fork of the Gunnison, DeGrange leaned forward and growled at the three ...


River runners think runoff is over this spring

By Dave Buchanan

In the eyes of at least one long-time veteran of the Gunnison River, anglers can stop waiting for runoff. “I think it’s over,” Al DeGrange, owner of Gunnison River Expeditions, said Friday of this year’s runoff. ...


Mavs’ Horbach powers to women’s criterium crown

By Dale Shrull

Every one knew Ariane Horbach was the rider to beat. She also wore the racing jersey to make the point. Wearing a red, white and blue, stars-and-stripes jersey, Colorado Mesa’s Horbach once again proved why she’s one of the best ...

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