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Youngren leads Indians past Demons

By Jon Mitchell

CARBONDALE — Coming out strong against the Glenwood Springs Demons worked wonders and then some for the Montrose High School football team Friday night. Angelo Youngren found the end zone four times and finished with 236 rushing yards ...


Colorado Mesa men’s soccer score, Sept. 9, 2011

By Staff

Dixie State 1, Colorado Mesa 0 Men Friday at Walker Field Halftime: 1-0. Goals: Nyle Ortiz (Tyler Albretsen), DSC, 20:22. Shots: DSC 10; CMU 9. Goalies, saves: Billy Segal, DSC, 4; Caleb Ealey, CMU, 3. Corner kicks: DSC 5; CMU ...


Roundup: Fruita softball goes 3-0

By Staff

Softball Wildcats win every way imaginable Fruita Monument won one close game, one not-so-close game and a bona fide blowout Friday in the Dave Sanders Invitational. The Wildcats edged D’Evelyn 3-1, with Mallory Paulson striking out ...


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Hotchkiss rumbles past Bruins

By William Woody

CEDAREDGE — Strong running, sharp passing and relentless defense Friday night lifted Hotchkiss High School to a 26-3 victory over Cedaredge. Good defense by both teams kept the game scoreless until the Bruins (1-1) struck with a 20-yard ...


Dixie gets the best of Mavs

By Scott Schlaufman

Even in the final minutes of Friday’s 1-0 loss to Dixie State, the Colorado Mesa University men’s soccer team had no problem’s getting the ball inside and creating shots. After struggling all game to get shots, the Mavericks ...


Signal source mystifies searchers on Grand Mesa

By Paul Shockley

What started Friday at a U.S. Air Force base in Florida consumed Greg Foley’s day in Fraser. It also kept at least 24 rescuers from Mesa, Delta and Gunnison counties stomping around Grand Mesa. In the end, there was no definitive ...


Education ballot proponents say they can work together

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Proponents of two education-related measures on the Nov. 1 ballot are showing support for each other amid concerns the presence of both measures may cause voter confusion. School District 51’s mill levy override, Referred Measure 3B, ...


Foster floats endowment idea for schools

By Charles Ashby

Colorado Mesa University President Tim Foster wants the state to start thinking about using endowments as a way of funding the state’s institutions of higher learning. During part of a Western Slope tour of state facilities by the ...


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Panel tours places that could have funding cut next year

By Charles Ashby

Prisons, crime labs, state parks, universities and human service programs are all potential programs that could see state budget cuts next year. Perhaps not so coincidentally, the Legislature’s Joint Budget Committee spent Thursday and ...


Flu shots sessions start on Tuesday

By Staff

Influenza vaccinations through the Mesa County Health Department will be available starting Tuesday, ahead of the 2011–12 flu season. Flu shots cost $20. The nasal mist version vaccine is $25. People with insurance should bring their ...


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