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Unaffiliated Leane submits petition

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Pledging to be a representative for “everyone” and not just those affiliated with a political party, unaffiliated Mesa County commissioner candidate John Leane on Thursday turned in a petition to secure his spot on the November ...


Rock climbing rejected near hatchery

By Dave Buchanan

Citing major concerns about possible diversion of federal funds as well as a general desire to retain an area for its original wildlife purposes, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission rejected a citizens petition Thursday to allow rock ...


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Experience and degree combo may help CMU grads in job market

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Colorado Mesa University will graduate 1,342 students Saturday and send them out into the working world. Hopefully. A recent analysis conducted by The Associated Press found a bachelor’s degree guaranteed a position in a ...


Status change for monument divides panel

By The Daily Sentinel

A committee charged with recommending to federal legislators whether to seek national park status for Colorado National Monument is splintered on the issue, and the committee’s co-chairman indicated Thursday some members want to postpone ...


Giving it a shot

By Nick Walter

He went from a glider to a spinner. In doing so, Cedaredge’s Miguel Barajas went from frustrated to a Class 3A Western Slope League champion. On Thursday at the boys 2A-4A Western Slope League meet at Stocker Stadium, Barajas’ ...


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Sister act

By Nick Walter

Where are Clarissa and Cleo Whiting? “They’re running all the time — they’re probably running now,” Delta High School track athlete Sarah Gidden said. “They run after they run.” “They’re ...


State tourney a struggle for locals

By Pat Rooney

DENVER — Central’s Aimee Basinski and Fruita Monument’s Meredith Soychak were in fairly similar situations Thursday during the opening two rounds of the Class 5A girls tennis state tournament. Basinski, a junior, qualified ...


Flat Mavs fall to T-Wolves in RMAC tournament

By Staff

The tables turned on the Colorado Mesa University baseball team. CSU-Pueblo did to Colorado Mesa on Thursday what the Mavericks did to Colorado Mines on Wednesday. The RMAC tournament host ThunderWolves, facing elimination, defeated Mesa 16-5 ...


Mavs’ Maihi selected to National Fastball Coaches regional team

By Staff

Colorado Mesa softball player Courtney Maihi was selected to her second All-Region team Thursday. The junior designated player made the National Fastball Coaches Association Central Region first team. Maihi led the Mavericks with a .444 ...


Colorado Mesa baseball score, May 10, 2012

By Staff

CSU-Pueblo 16, Colo. Mesa 5 Thursday at Rawlings Field, Pueblo RMAC Tournament Colorado Mesa (AB-R-H-RBI) Little, 3b 3-0-0-0, Shemer, 3b 1-0-0-0, Box, 2b 4-1-2-0, Corwin, dh 3-1-2-1, Valenzuela, dh 1-0-0-0, Popick, lf 2-1-1-2, Kluge, lf ...


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