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Boys Basketball Results, Saturday, Dec. 10

By Staff

Fruita Monument 77,  Pueblo South 48 PUEBLO SOUTH L. Mondragon 3 0-1 6, T. Boss 6 2-2 15, D. Bretar 3 0-0 7, D. Thomas 0 0-2 0, J. Colarelli 2 2-3 6, J. Macloskie 3 1-3 8, J. Sisson 1 2-3 4, G. Krage 1 0-0 2. Totals: 19 7-14 48. FRUITA ...


Girls Basketball Results, Saturday, Dec. 10

By Staff

Fruita Monument 43,  Cherokee Trail 42 CHEROKEE TRAIL Hannah Sparks 2 3-6 7, Elena Sharp 1 0-0 2, Brook Sanders 5 0-0 13, Nikki Duresky 1 0-0 2, Qiana Barfield 2 0-0 5, Margaret Zimmerman 1 0-0 2, Lily Hartley 4 3-8 11. Totals: 16 6-14 ...


Colorado Mesa men’s and women’s boxscores, Saturday, Dec. 10

By Staff

N.M. Highlands 81,  Colorado Mesa 79 Men Saturday at Las Vegas, N.M. COLORADO MESA (5-3, 3-1) Hart 2-5 2-2 7, Bear 5-10 11-12 23, Ch.Burgon 5-6 0-1 10, Screen 0-0 2-4 2, Melillo 5-9 2-4 15, Estes 0-4 2-2 2, Vermeer 0-0 0-0 0, King 1-1 ...


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Central grad tapped for brigadier general

By Charles Ashby

No matter how high in rank Air Force Col. David Been gets, his Grand Junction mother still won’t salute him. That may have to change, though, when the U.S. Senate confirms this year’s list of Air Force colonels nominated by ...


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Network of charities comes through to form safety net for Toys for Tots

By Charles Ashby

Toys for Tots is back on the job. After the popular Marine Corps program was suspended last year when its longtime coordinator was no longer authorized to run the program in the Grand Valley, two area residents stepped up to do the job. When ...


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Local roller derby team accepted into Modern Athletics Derby Endeavor

By Nick Walter

One nickel is in the jar. Someone said they were sorry and paid the penalty. Tom Hanks said there’s no crying in baseball. Well, the Grand Valley Vixens say: “There’s no sorry in roller derby.” A note above the jar ...


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Sinner’s 3-pointer seals Wildcats’ one-point win

By Ben Husband

Up one point with less than a minute left Saturday, all Fruita Monument (4-1) had to do was run out the clock to secure a hard-fought win. Jessica Sinner, though, had other plans. Holding on to a 40-39 lead, the Wildcats’ girls ...


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Gappmaier leads Mavs in Colorado Mesa Open

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A wrestler can take an early lead in a match, but it doesn’t matter unless he finishes strong. Jon Gappmaier struggled with that last season, likely costing him a chance to qualify for the NCAA Division II nationals. It became a point ...


Derrieux lifts Tigers past Cheyenne South

By Staff

Jamie Derrieux carried the offensive load for the Grand Junction girls basketball team (7-1) in the first half of the Tigers’ 50-30 victory over Cheyenne South (0-6) Saturday at the Wildcat Tournament. The 5-foot-10 forward took 18 ...


Crimes-against-kids cases a major concern in budget negotiations

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The Mesa County Commission will thrash out the nearly $148 million budget for 2012 during a public hearing Monday. Commissioners for the last several weeks have dealt with a series of budget-related issues, such as deciding the level at which ...


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