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Prep lacrosse results,April 27, 2015

By Staff

Girls Grand Junction 17,
Steamboat Springs 0 Monday at Steamboat Springs Halftime score: Grand Junction 12-0. Goals: Halle Harrison 7, Alex Nicoletti 4, Tia Sewell 2, Katie Carozza, Kassidy Roberts, Tyler Anderson, Taegan Stewart. ...


What will Elway do in NFL Draft?

By Rick Jussel

Are you ready for some football? Collisions and end zone celebrations won’t be in evidence, but boo birds and catcallers will be out in force Thursday night in Chicago as the National Football League draft takes center stage. Bronco ...


Shuman, Carver fuel Palisade win

By Staff

Girls Golf Shuman, Carver fuel Palisade win Palisade’s Aly Shuman placed second and teammate Hannah Carver was fourth as the Bulldogs won the seven-team Moffat County Invitational tournament Monday at Yampa Valley Golf ...


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ON THE FAST TRACK

By Matt Meyer

The way Jennifer Celis tells it, she was a “small fish in a small pond” running cross country and track and field at Hotchkiss High School. Now at Oklahoma State, it’d be easy to think Celis is in a much, much bigger pond. ...


Mavericks drop to No. 4 in coaches poll

By Staff

College Baseball CMU drops to No. 4 in rankings Colorado Mesa dropped two spots to No. 4 in Monday’s Collegiate Baseball Division II coaches poll. The Mavericks (39-6), who have clinched their fourth straight RMAC regular-season ...


Better than a rain dance: Group wants expanded Grand Mesa cloud-seeding

By Dennis Webb

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — A cooperative entity is looking to continue its expansion of a cloud-seeding network on Grand Mesa through the addition of a remotely operated seeder south of Collbran. “We’re just trying to get more snow ...


Bill aimed at boosting rural Colorado economy

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A bill designed to help the most economically distressed regions of the state was introduced into the Colorado Senate on Monday. The measure, SB282, would create tax-free zones in Mesa and Pueblo counties as part of a pilot ...


Interior, Congress make competing grouse claims

By Gary Harmon

Legislation that would postpone any listing of the greater sage-grouse under the Endangered Species Act could hamper efforts to help the bird, officials with the U.S. Department of the Interior said Monday. “The time to address the ...


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GJ hit with much-needed moisture

By Mike Wiggins

After an abnormally warm and dry January, February and March, the first half of April followed suit. With no precipitation, lawns that would normally be greening up in the Grand Valley remained crunchy and brown. That all changed in the ...


District 51 says goodbye to 49 of its employees

By Emily Shockley

Today at its annual Salute to Staff, School District 51 will recognize 49 employees who have retired during the 2014-15 school year or who will retire at the close of the school year. The number of retirees is back down after a spike of 74 ...


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