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WHO won’t discuss Ebola mistakes document

By The AP

LONDON — The World Health Organization said Saturday that it wouldn’t explain details contained in an internal document obtained by The Associated Press in which the U.N. health agency said it fumbled early attempts to contain the ...


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Big-play Bulldogs

By Dale Shrull

Mistakes and big plays have tormented the Central High School football team all season. A handful of mistakes Friday night by the Warriors and another handful of big plays by Palisade turned a competitive game into a 45-14 Class 3A Western ...


Paonia wins North Fork rivalry game

By Staff

PAONIA — Paonia High School put together four complete quarters for the first time this season, and now the undefeated Eagles control their destiny. Taylor Walters rushed for three touchdowns Friday night and Paonia used a new starting ...


Turnovers prove costly for Olathe in loss to Cortez

By Allen Gemaehlich

OLATHE — Normally, it’s not a big deal for a football player to sit out one play because his helmet comes off, but it was costly for the Olathe Pirates. Olathe quarterback Mitchell Carlson lost his helmet when he was tackled at ...


Abergil’s hat trick lifts Mesa men’s soccer team to victory

By Staff

Roy Abergil scored three goals Friday to lead the No. 14 Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team to its eighth straight victory, 4-0 over Colorado Christian in Lakewood. It was the fifth straight shutout for the defense, with keeper ...


Central falls to Broomfield at state tourney

By Staff

AURORA — Against a softball team that does a good job of putting the ball in play, teams can’t make mistakes. That was rarely an issue for a Central High School team known for outstanding defense, but a couple of mistakes by the ...


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This Bulldog has her day

By Tim Harty

DELTA — Palisade High School junior Greta Van Calcar hasn’t been able to shake a cold she’s been battling for several weeks, and after running in the Class 4A Region 6 cross-country meet Friday, she felt awful. “I felt ...


Hotchkiss girls can’t catch Telluride, refocus for state

By Tim Harty

DELTA — Placing three runners in the top seven of a Class 2A regional, where each team’s top three runners score, is a pretty good recipe for winning the team title. That’s what the Hotchkiss High School girls cross-country ...


Prep football scores, Oct. 17, 2014

By Staff

Palisade 45, Central 14 Friday at Stocker Stadium Central 7 7 0 0 — 14 Palisade 17 7 7 14 — 45 P — Marques Combs 32 FG P — John Goff 83 pass from Arles Hernandez (Combs kick) C — Darrion Alton 24 pass from ...


Prep softball score, Oct. 17, 2014

By Staff

Broomfield 10, Central 7 Class 5A State Tournament, First Round Friday at Aurora Sports Complex, Aurora Central 103 030 0 — 7 12 4 Broomfield 063 100 x — 10 12 0 WP — Taylor Gilmore 7 IP, 1 BB, 9 K. LP — Melissa ...


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