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Morse, Plock and Clifford combine for 14 goals in Fruita boys lacrosse team’s rout

By Staff

The Fruita Monument High School boys lacrosse team scored early and often against Telluride on Tuesday, getting five goals apiece from senior attackers Bryce Morse and Brayden Plock en route to 27-4 nonleague victory in Montrose. Junior ...


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Battling the elements

By Tim Harty

Windy, cold, early in the season, late-winter golf-course conditions. That was Wednesday in a nutshell at Adobe Creek National Golf Course, and it wasn’t conducive to breaking 90 in the Wildcat Invitational girls golf tournament hosted ...


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Oh, what a relief

By Patti Arnold

Taylor Prokopis hadn’t pitched in a game since Feb. 28, when he faced only one batter against Dixie State. He was on the slate to pitch Tuesday for Colorado Mesa in a midweek, nonconference game against Northern Colorado. He ...


Weinberg lifts CMU to key dual win in men’s tennis

By Staff

Tuesday’s men’s tennis dual came down to the No. 1 singles match between Colorado Mesa’s Spencer Weinberg and Newman (Kansas) University’s Eduardo Santos. Weinberg lost the first set 6-3, but dominated Santos, a junior ...


Mavs’ McDermott is RMAC pitcher of week

By Staff

College Baseball Mavs’ McDermott is RMAC pitcher of week JR McDermott’s record pitching performance last week earned him the RMAC pitcher of the week award Tuesday. McDermott, a freshman from Aurora, struck out 19 Metro State ...


Briefs, March 16, 2016

By Staff

Strive plans open house today Strive will host a reunion of past and present friends of the agency during an open house celebrating its 50th anniversary from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. today at the newly remodeled and expanded training facility at ...


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Ouray sergeant 
killed in off-duty 
traffic accident

By Duffy Hayes

A Ouray Police Department officer who earned a reputation as a calm and bright leader despite just a couple of years with the department was killed Monday while riding his motorcycle off-duty. Sgt. Scott Mills, 51, was driving his 2015 Honda ...


Grand Junction purchases 14 acres of Matchett Park

By Katie Langford

District 51 school board members voted to sell 14 acres of land in Matchett Park on Tuesday night, property that was bought in 1996 to potentially build a new school. Members voted unanimously to sell the land to the city of Grand Junction ...


Getting It Right, March 16, 2016

By Staff

The first name of Brian Jeffries, executive director of the Wyoming Pipeline Authority, was misspelled in a story on the Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas project on Page 1A Tuesday. ■ A story on Page 2A on Feb. 29 should have said a ...


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Bill says no to taxing assisted living meals

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Call it the “Don’t Tax Grandma’s Meatloaf” bill. That, at least, is how Rep. Tracy Kraft-Tharp refers to her measure, HB1187. The Arvada Democrat got the Colorado House to give preliminary approval to ...


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