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Sports Briefs, Nov. 13, 2014

By Staff

College Swimming Weather costs Mavericks a meet A dual meet between the Colorado Mesa swimming and diving team and Adams State, scheduled for today in Alamosa, was canceled Thursday because of inclement weather. The Mavericks still plan ...


Montrose focused for 4A quarterfinal game at Broomfield

By Tim Harty

As groups go for football practice, Montrose has a good one. Indians coach Todd Casebier said his players usually are focused and work hard. That’s why Tuesday stood out. The focus and effort were exceptional. “That was our best ...


The natural: Combs proving to be a very good football player

By Dale Shrull

Marques Combs is officially a real football player. Seniors rarely show up for their senior year and make an impact in the demanding sport of football. But Combs has been huge for the Bulldogs, and that was his goal. “I was looking ...


Soccer success

By Matt Meyer

Wes Padgett and Lukas Smith, former high school soccer players in the Grand Valley, were selected to the All-Region IX South second team earlier this week as members of the No. 6 Trinidad State Junior College men’s soccer program. The ...


‘Dogged defense

By Dale Shrull

Palisade’s 53-21 loss — annihilation — to Holy Family on Sept. 12 was a humiliating slap in the face for the Bulldogs. Giving up 53 points is not a good sign for a high school football team with postseason goals. It was a ...

Customers of Ute Water can expect rate increase

By Staff

Rates are going up for Ute Water customers next year, for the fourth time in as many years at the utility, who announced they are adding $1 to customers’ minimum charge on bills to be delivered after Jan. 1. The change brings the ...

Public to get 60 more days to comment on cuckoo

By Dennis Webb

The public will get an additional two months to comment on proposed critical habitat in Mesa County and 79 other areas for the western yellow-billed cuckoo, which has been newly listed as a threatened species under the Endangered Species ...

Bill to protect watershed land clears panel

By Dennis Webb

Colorado elected officials are hoping that in an era of gridlock in Washington, a lame-duck Congress can actually get some legislation passed — and even rarer yet, a bill designating new wilderness. A bill to protect the Hermosa Creek ...

Death notices, Nov. 14, 2014

By Staff

■ Mary Ellen Borcherdt, 95, Grand Junction, died Nov. 10, 2014, at Eagle Ridge at Grand Valley. Services will be at 2 p.m. Nov. 21 at Crossroads United Methodist Church. Mrs. Borcherdt was a homemaker. Survivors include one daughter, ...

Blotter: Nov. 14, 2014

By Staff

Halloween fight at CMU Christopher Allen Didsbury, 20, was arrested Wednesday evening at 1530 North Ave. on suspicion of second-degree assault with a deadly weapon, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Didsbury was arrested ...

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