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Southern Nevada top-ranked team in JUCO baseball

By Allen Gemaehlich

The College of Southern Nevada remains the top-ranked team in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I baseball poll, released today. The Coyotes (13-3) have wins over preseason No. 3 Chipola (Fla.) Colege, No. 6 Central ...


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Biologist: ‘Fish are grinning at Lake Powell’

By Dave Buchanan

Most of us still have snow piled in the shady spots on our lawns and that has Wayne Gustaveson smiling. The veteran Lake Powell fisheries biologist is eager to spread the word that fishing conditions at the reservoir this summer likely will ...


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Trail networks help snowmobilers, skiers avoid conflict

By Dave Buchanan

On any winter day, snowmobiles zipping across the snow-covered landscape of Grand Mesa carry riders enjoying what is considered some of the best snowmobiling terrain in the nation. At the same time, cross-country skiers at the nearby Skyway, ...


Festivals celebrate sandhill crane migration

By Dave Buchanan

Craniacs, get ready. The sandhill cranes are on their way. The spring migration of thousands of sandhill cranes is under way and avid birders have plenty of opportunity to view these magnificent birds. Enjoy seminars, early morning wake-up ...


Woman in fatal stabbing asks for preliminary hearing

By Paul Shockley

A woman charged in the fatal stabbing of a man at an Orchard Mesa apartment complex is now scheduled for a preliminary hearing in May. District Judge Brian Flynn this morning set the hearing over two hours on May 12. Preliminary hearings ...


3 more say drinks may have been spiked in Aspen

By The AP

ASPEN — Aspen authorities are investigating three more possible cases of spiked drinks over the past week, including one where a woman believes she was sexually assaulted. Pitkin County Undersheriff Joe DiSalvo said Tuesday the reports ...


Colo. bikini ad for Perky Cups coffee bothers some

By The AP

AURORA — Officials say a bikini and the First Amendment provide enough coverage for a model advertising a suburban Denver coffee shop called Perky Cups. Aurora City Council member Molly Markert calls the picture on the 10-by-20-foot ...


NABC Division II men’s basketball rankings, March 2, 2010

By Staff

Division II Men’s Rankings National Association of Basketball Coaches Record Pts Pvs 1. Augusta State, Ga. (4) 25-2 194 3 2. Arkansas Tech (4) 26-1 187 1 3. Kentucky Wesleyan 28-3 179 4 4. Central Missouri 25-2 177 2 5. Indiana, ...


Mesa’s Davis honored by RMAC

By Staff

College Baseball Mavs’ Davis honored by RMAC Kyle Davis, in his first college start, threw six shutout innings for Mesa State last weekend in an 11-3 win over Metro State. His performance earned him RMAC pitcher of the week honors. ...


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Tigers lineman decides to play for Kansas school

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Shawn Ryden is the type of football player coaches love. Ryden isn’t the biggest player on the field at 5 feet, 11 inches, 230 pounds, but plays with tenacity and isn’t afraid to be aggressive in the trenches. Wednesday, the ...


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