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Wildlife Commission raises mountain lion limit

By Dave Buchanan

The state Parks and Wildlife Commission on Thursday raised the limit of mountain lion harvest for the 2012 season to 618, an increase of 26 lions. Mountain lion licenses are offered in unlimited numbers but prior to hunting, a hunter must ...


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Warriors come up just short

By Scott Schlaufman

In less than one minute Saturday, the Central High School soccer team ran the gamut of emotion in a 2-1 loss to Durango. The Warriors entered overtime at Long Family Memorial Park on a high, amped at the chance to beat the perennial ...


Bulldog volleyball team rolls past Sailors

By Staff

The Palisade High School volleyball team corrected early mistakes to beat Western Slope League opponent Steamboat Springs in four games at home Saturday. The Bulldogs (7-2, 2-0 WSL) fell 28-26 in the first game, but decisively won the next ...


CMU drops third straight RMAC volleyball match

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University’s volleyball team needed a win Saturday night to salvage a three-match homestand and end a losing streak. Instead, Colorado Christian completed an RMAC-opening three-match road win streak, defeating the ...


Cowboys see progress despite loss

By Jon Mitchell

COLLBRAN — A 20-minute time frame Saturday afternoon showed Plateau Valley High School football coach Dave Bristol what kind of potential the Cowboys have. A 3-minute window was all the opportunity Soroco needed to put the 8-man ...


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Kearney rolls past Mavs in final RMAC matchup

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The defense kept the Colorado Mesa University football team in the game, but the offense couldn’t keep up. The No. 11-ranked Nebraska-Kearney Lopers shut down Mesa in the second half, forced six turnovers and turned them into points in ...


Mesa can’t slow Kearney’s offense in loss

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Nebraska-Kearney scored 24 unanswered points in the second half to defeat Colorado Mesa 52-10 in the teams’ final RMAC meeting at Stocker Stadium. Kearney quarterback Jake Spitzlberger completed 21 of 35 passes for 378 yards and two ...


LIncoln Park Men’s Club September 17-18, 2011

By Staff

Lincoln Park Mens' Golf Association - September 17-18, 2011 Men's Club Championship - Championship Flight 1st Gross Phil Herrera 140 2nd Gross Dennis ...


Sustainibility: Lifestyles for today and tomorrow

By Adele Israel

My aversion to disposable products gave rise to a quest for a sustainable and affordable alternative for shaving. Although I truly hate to shave my legs, when it gets hot enough for shorts I cave in to cultural pressure. For several years, I ...


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Central falls to Fort Collins

By Ben Husband

For 31⁄2 quarters Friday night, the Central High School football team was one big play away from taking control of the game. That big play, however, came from the opposition. With the Warriors (0-3) trailing Fort Collins 17-13 with ...


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