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Scoring troubles frustrate Mavericks

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State College goalkeeper Josh Tinaglia made 13 saves, including a penalty kick, but it wasn’t enough. The Metro State College men’s soccer team snuck a couple goals past him Sunday to defeat the Mavericks 2-0 at Walker ...


Mesa State hires as campus grows, enrollment soars

By Emily Shockley

Mesa State College has created 83 positions in the past four years — the largest growth rate of any public college or university in Colorado. The 16 percent job growth correlates with an enrollment increase of 17 percent and a 40 ...


The power to cope: Palisade’s Davis uses athletics to stay focused, free his mind

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Football players are taught about toughness, perseverance and courage. Kelly Davis, a 17-year-old Palisade High School football player, is a living example of a tough, courageous athlete who has persevered through the worst of ...


Confidence booster: Daugherty uses success as motivation to get better

By Staff

Jaedyn Daugherty has been coached to always have confidence entering a gymnastics meet. There was something about last week’s Judges Cup meet in Denver that felt special. “I thought I was going to have a good day,” the  ...


The road isn’t easy, but Denver should keep improving

By Rick Jussel

Who’d a thunk it? The Denver Broncos start the season with six straight wins and, going into their bye weekend, have a 31⁄2-game lead over the San Diego Chargers in the AFC West. The other two teams in the West aren’t worth ...


End of the line: Banner year comes to end for Warriors softball team

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AURORA — Another Southwestern League title, 22 wins and reaching its preseason goal of making the final four at the Class 5A state softball tournament — a banner year for the Central High School softball team. Saturday at the ...


‘Bag lady’ has penchant for place mats

By Sherida Warner

Whenever I go shopping for table place mats, I’m usually looking for bright and unusual patterns. Not so I can set my dining room table in an aesthetically pleasing manner for a family meal — but to make handbags from ...


Gas documentary offers anecdotes, not evidence

By Staff

Many of the people featured in the documentary, “Split Estates,” have heart-breaking stories about health problems they have suffered. What they don’t have, and what is absent from the documentary itself, is actual evidence ...


Warriors roll past Cortez in volleyball

By Staff

The Central High School volleyball team capped an unbeaten Southwestern League season Saturday with a 25-22, 25-15, 25-14 victory at Montezuma-Cortez. After a close first game, the Warriors took easy victories in the final two ...


Your Town, Oct. 25, 2009

By Staff

I’ve worn a number of occupational hats in my lifetime, and working for a newspaper is by far the best. My favorite job was managing a 50-unit apartment complex in the South Bay area of Los Angeles in the late ‘80s. Besides the ...


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