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Fruita Monument uses third-quarter run to roll past Columbine

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team tightened its defense Thursday night and attacked the basket to pick up a victory. The Wildcats went on a 17-4 run in the third quarter to pull away for a 55-39 win over Columbine in the ...


Scrappy Warriors: Central battles hard, falls to ThunderRidge

By Staff

The Central High School basketball team looked the No. 1 team in the state in the eye and didn’t back down. Central scrapped and clawed Thursday night at the Wildcat Invite against ThunderRidge, but was unable to get timely baskets in a ...


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Different breed: Mesa’s Dominguez is rare type of senior transfer

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Senior transfers are a crapshoot. They’ve been in at least one, often two, other programs. They’ll likely be taking playing time away from someone who has been in the program for three or four years. And if it’s a senior ...


How to regulate medical marijuana

By The Daily Sentinel

State Sen. Chris Romer, a Denver Democrat, has assumed a daunting task. He’s trying to figure out a means to regulate what appears to be Colorado’s fastest-growing business right now: medical marijuana. We applaud him for doing ...


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Mobile Junction: December 09, 2009

By Amy Hamilton

Trees — and smells — at Boy Scout lot If for no other reason, it’s worth a visit to the Christmas tree lot behind Gene Taylor’s for the sweet smell of fir and pine trees. Proceeds from the trees being sold by Boy ...


Frigid blast shocks area

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Now that Mother Nature has graced the Grand Valley with several inches of snow, it appears her gift will be sticking around for a while. And more could be on the way this weekend. The skies cleared and a mass of cold air settled over western ...


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Mongols tour monument for park management tips

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In looking to set aside parts of their country in settings similar to those managed by the national park system in the United States, a delegation from Mongolia stopped first at Colorado National Monument. Seven men from Mongolia’s ...


Snowfall causes bubble roof at Tennis Center to collapse

By Allen Gemaehlich

The heavy snowfall that hit Grand Junction on Monday night and Tuesday morning did more than close schools and government offices. The 8.5 inches of snow was so heavy, it caused the inflated bubble at the Tennis Center at Grand Junction to ...


Sports in Brief: Ramirez on all-region team

By Staff

College Soccer Mesa’s Ramirez on all-region team Mesa State junior Dany Ramirez made the National Soccer Coaches Association of America All-Central Region team, announced Wednesday. The forward led the Mavericks (10-10-1) with 11 ...


Fruita Monument basketball result, Dec. 9, 2009

By Staff

Littleton 35, Fruita Monument 28 Fruita Monument 4 12 5 7— 28 Littleton 9 8 7 11—35 Fruita Monument: Steve Goff 0 3-4 3; Tyler Kenegy 1 2-4 4; Drew Bridges 1 1-2 3; Tanner Crites 0 2-2 2; TJ Pollock 6 2-2 16. Totals: 8 10-14 ...


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