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Huntsman, family meet to discuss presidential race

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Former Gov. Jon Huntsman says he and his family are meeting in Utah this weekend to discuss whether he should enter the race for president. Huntsman says it won’t “be an easy decision to make,” ...

Potomac State holds off Jefferson in JUCO opener

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Potomac State College of West Virginia escaped the seventh and added two runs in the eighth inning to defeat Jefferson (Mo.) College 8-5 in Game 1 of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Andy Smithmyer picked up the win for the ...


Bernie Williams expounds on parallels of baseball, music at JUCO banquet

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It wasn’t until a couple months ago that Bernie Williams began to learn about Grand Junction and the Alpine Bank National Junior College World Series. After arriving in town Friday and speaking at the pre-tournament banquet at Two ...


JUCO banquet gives players a chance to relax and unwind before the games begin

By Patrick Bahr

Having the same routine is important for baseball players at all levels. With the first pitch of the 2011 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series scheduled for today at 9 a.m., Friday night at the JUCO banquet was a departure from the ...

Faith Christian ends Hotchkiss’ season

By Staff

GREELEY — Coming into the semifinals of the Class 3A State Championship Baseball Series, Faith Christian Academy was having its way with opponents. Through three games, the Eagles had outscored their foes by a 40-2 margin, putting up 34 ...

Black Hills St. to join RMAC in 2012-13

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After more than a year of research and vetting potential new members, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference is expanding north. Black Hills State University, in Spearfish, S.D., will join the RMAC in the 2012-13 school year. The Yellow ...

NCAA wrestling champ Robles will speak at Mesa State on June 23

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Chris Freije and Anthony Robles were friends long before wrestling led them to college and the two remain friends to this day. Freije is now a Mesa State College assistant coach. Robles, who was born with one leg, is now arguably one of the ...

Prep baseball score, May 27, 2011

By Staff

Faith Christian 3, Hotchkiss 2 Class 3A State Championship Series Saturday at Jackson Field, Greeley Faith Christian 010 002 0 — 3 5 1 Hotchkiss 000 101 0 — 2 5 3 Dylan Tucker, David Bote (5), Danny Graves (7) and Ben Rice; ...

Former coffee shop to house new library branch for Palisade

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The Mesa County Public Library plans to open in a new Palisade location on Sept. 1, after the library district board agreed to buy a place near the center of town. The board voted unanimously to purchase a former coffee shop at 239 S. Main ...


Tipton apologizes after daughter uses his name in business deals

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U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., wrote to the House Ethics Committee on Thursday, saying his name was improperly used by his daughter who was soliciting business on Capitol Hill. “I have consulted my staff and the House ethics rules and ...

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