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Mavs ready to make up for lost time

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Watching from the sideline didn’t sit well with Ryan Swope last season. A shredded right knee in the fifth game of the season took Mesa State College’s center off the field and into the operating room, then the training ...


With this ring, I take thee for granted all the days of my life

By Penny Stine

My husband, aka “He Who Prefers to Remain Anonymous,” and I are going to celebrate our anniversary next week. And by celebrate, I mean that we’ll look at the calendar, note the date and say, “Hey, we’ve been ...


Road trip: Big shows coming to Colorado

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado in the near future. Charlie Hunter — Fox Theatre, Boulder, Sept. 9. !!! — Bluebird Theater, Denver, Sept. 9. Crowded House — The Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, Sept. ...


Quick picks: Aug. 27-Sept. 2

By Staff

Saturday, Aug. 28 Chalk it up Each artist will get 12 pastel chalk sticks and a chance to draw for judges and cash. And you can watch the art go down ... on the sidewalk, actually. This sidewalk chalk art contest at Snowmass Village is from ...


Fairgrounds bracing for mud-slinging good time

By Melinda Mawdsley

If images of mud boggers racing through a pit filled with soggy mud appeal to you as the perfect way to spend an August night, then you might want to see this upcoming event. Olie Anderson’s National Mud Bog and Monster Showdown is ...


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Delta’s style & power

By Patrick Bahr

Michael Patton doesn’t have an identity crisis. The 225-pound senior running back at Delta High School knows his style is all about power. ¶ And when given the opportunity, Patton chooses the route of running through defenders as ...


Calendar: Aug. 27-Sept. 3

By Staff

FRIDAY, AUG. 27 Poetry Exercises with Mary Crow, writing workshop hosted by Western Colorado Writers Forum, workshop at the Central Library, Mesa County Libraries, 530 Grand Ave., noon-2 p.m., take a brown bag lunch, free, open to first 35 ...


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A Bulldog Finish

By Patrick Bahr

John Arledge has a good feeling about this group. The Palisade High School football coach is entering his sixth season as head coach, and 10th season overall at Palisade, and so far, he likes what he sees. “They are good teammates to ...


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Wildcat Glory

By Patrick Bahr

Coaching changes are never easy in high school football. For the first time since 1996, Fruita Monument High School has a new coach roaming the sidelines. Former Grand Junction coach Shawn Marsh accepted the position in February, and since ...


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Warrior Tradition

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Ryan Rosendahl loves football, but all he could do the past two years was watch. Finally healthy, the 6-foot-3, 270-pound Central High School junior will get to suit up for the Warriors this season. Rosendahl had a misplaced kneecap that ...


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