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Twenty percent of incoming freshmen need remediation once in college

By Emily Shockley

Remediation interventions don’t end after high school for one in five graduates entering public four-year colleges in Colorado. The rate is higher for District 51 graduates. Last fall, 38.7 percent of recent high school graduates ...


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Students show improvement after learning interventions

By Emily Shockley

School District 51 will spend more than $950,000 on academic interventions in various subjects this academic year. The investment has given nearly 3,000 local students per month extra help when struggling with a subject. More than ...


Police Blotter, April 13, 2010

By Staff

Explosives training session Don’t fret if you see emergency vehicles at the Grand Junction Regional Airport this afternoon. It’s probably a training exercise. Law enforcement agencies, including the Grand Junction Police Bomb ...


Death Notices, April 13, 2010

By Staff

Keith R. Allen, 53. Grand Junction, died April 5, 2010, at his home. No services are planned. Mr. Allen was a cabinetmaker. Survivors include one brother, William Ledger Allen Jr., of Florence, N.J.; and one sister, Charlane S. of Largo, ...


Sports in Brief: Forsling earns academic honor

By Staff

College Swimming Forsling earns academic honor Grand Junction High School graduate Angel Forsling is the RMAC Women’s Swimming & Diving Academic Athlete of the year, the RMAC announced Monday. Forsling, a Colorado School of Mines ...


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Central’s Sanchez, Ruble to play in Down Under Games

By Patrick Bahr

Vandon Sanchez and Mike Ruble are going to put a lot of summer trips to shame. The two Central High School seniors are celebrating their graduation by taking a 12-day trip in July to Australia to play football in the Down Under ...


Cedaredge’s Williams runs through nerve issues in track

By Allen Gemaehlich

Not much slows Sierra Williams down. The Cedaredge High School sophomore qualified for the Class 3A state meet last year despite a nagging nerve in her legs. “I think (the nerves) are sensitive to cold,” Williams said. “It ...


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Central’s Kame racks up another basketball honor

By Patrick Bahr

Central High School’s Amy Kame never had too many off-days in her high school basketball career. The Denver Post recognized that Monday when it realized its All-State listings. Kame was selected to the All-Colorado team and the Class ...


High school baseball standings, April 12, 2010

By Staff

Southwestern League League Overall W L Pct. W L Pct. Grand Junction 4 1 .800 11 3 .786 Montrose 3 1 .750 12 1 .923 Fruita ...


Local bowling results, April 12, 2010

By Staff

Local Highlights Orchard Mesa Lanes Monday Mixed High scores— Doug Malcom (542), Gerald Rose 213 (564), Max Fluckiger (500), Rueben Martinez 200 (536), Frank Page 215 (601), Kent Riddle (535), Don Jacoby 232 (628), Ray Beckage (532),. ...


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