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Supporting players accept their role for Palisade VB team

By Nick Walter

Like the pilings of a mighty bridge are the role players of the Palisade High School volleyball team, supporting their 6-foot-2 hitting sensation Audrey Steinkirchner, whose kills make opponents cringe. With Steinkirchner nursing a foot ...

Sports Briefs, Nov. 3, 2011

By Staff

Youth Soccer Colo. West Select ‘97 team wins title The Colorado West Select ‘97 girls team won a shootout en route to winning the Las Vegas Mayor’s Cup title last weekend in Las Vegas. The team defeated Nevada’s No. ...

Central tops Hinkley to finish with a win

By Staff

Central finished a tough season on a high note. The Warriors (2-8) capped an injury-plagued season Thursday with a second victory over Hinkley (2-8). This time Central defeated the Thunderbirds 46-26 in Aurora. “Our kids played pretty ...

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Minson set for final home game as Mavs’ left tackle

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Colorado Mesa University’s football team has endured several changes in recent years. In addition to a school name and uniform change, the Mavericks changed offensive coordinators, offenses and quarterbacks. The one constant has been ...

Prep football score, Nov. 3, 2011

By Staff

Central 46, Hinkley 26 Thursday at Aurora Public Schools Stadium Central 14 7 25 0— 46 Hinkley 6 6 8 6— 26 Cen— Jake Sebesta 24 pass from Noah Sanchez (Jake Sebesta kick) Cen— Justin Eller 20 run (Sebesta ...

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Trials delayed for troopers in Kemp death

By Paul Shockley

District Judge Richard Gurley on Thursday agreed to defense requests to delay trials for two Colorado State Patrol troopers who are charged in the slaying of Redlands resident Jason Kemp. State Trooper Ivan “Gene” Lawyer, 47, and ...

Fewer will get federal help with heating bills

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A decline in federal funding means hundreds of Mesa County individuals and families who received help paying their heating bills last winter could be left out in the cold this winter. The federal government changed the income guidelines for ...

Urgent care on West End is in limbo

By William Woody

MONTROSE — To maintain urgent care after regular weekday hours and on weekends at the Basin Clinic on the West End of Montrose County, additional funding needs to be appropriated after voters there rejected a sales tax increase to keep ...

Caprock Academy’s enrollment leaps 36 percent

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Grand Junction charter school Caprock Academy ballooned from 470 students last year to 640 students this year. The tuition-free school, which enrolls students through a lottery system, went from offering two classes each in kindergarten ...

Palisade rare in its vote on dispensaries

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For several days leading up to Tuesday night’s election, Jesse and Desa Loughman tossed and turned. The anxiety and emotion that accompanied the fight to keep their medical marijuana center open coursed through them, leaving them unable ...

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