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A Maverick blowout

By Patti Arnold

It started innocently enough, with a leadoff walk and a two-out bloop double. After that, the team that’s made its season on winning close games decided it was time for a blowout. “This team has become comfortable in (close ...

Tiger Invitational is final chance for athletes to post state-qualiyfing marks

By Staff

The Tiger Invitational wraps up the regular season of track and field for most Western Slope teams, and is the final chance for many athletes to post their personal best marks before state. Athletes will use today as the final chance to claim ...

State tennis quarterfinals unkind to area players

By Staff

DENVER — Sarah Fleming was not at all fazed by the moment. The Class 5A state tennis tournament at Gates Tennis Center can fluster even the most seasoned players and when you throw in the fact you have a match against one of the ...


The ‘Cat with the bat

By Matt Meyer

Cuba Bess has mastered the loud “thwack” of a metal bat meeting a baseball. The moment when his hands slide smoothly through the zone, when his legs power all of his 6-foot-2, 200-plus-pound frame into hitting a baseball, it all ...

Colorado Mesa baseball box, May 12, 2016

By Staff

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Former county building begins shift to tech hub

By Gary Harmon

Aaron Young raised the Jolly Roger over the onetime Mesa County administration building at 750 Main St. and vowed to make it less a clumsy scow and more a sleek, nimble and collaborative Black Pearl. Hours previous, Young signed the final ...


Grads’ struggles give them ‘grit’

By Katie Langford

When 48 students walked across the Avalon Theatre stage at Grand River Academy’s graduation on Thursday morning, many of them were celebrating more than graduating — they were celebrating overcoming barriers that seem ...


CMU flight training degree
 capitalizes on pilot needs

By Gary Harmon

A shortage of commercial pilots is providing lift for a new Colorado Mesa University program aimed at meeting the demand for trained pilots and among students hoping to take off. Ten students will be in the inaugural associate degree program ...


Gateway graduate joins Marine Corps

By Amy Hamilton

The irony that he is at the top of his class and the bottom of his class isn’t wasted on Clay Rowland, Gateway School’s lone senior graduate. “First I wanted to say congratulations to the class of 2016,” Rowland said ...

EPA adopts 1st rule on oil, gas methane

By Dennis Webb

The Environmental Protection Agency on Thursday finalized a rule targeting methane emissions from new and modified oil and gas operations, the first-ever federal rule specifically seeking to regulate methane in the industry. The rule’s ...

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