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E-mail letters, Oct. 16, 2010

By Staff

Dan Maes will deliver for people of Colorado Who is Dan Maes? After viewing the gubernatorial debate Oct. 13 it is clear who Dan Maes should be — the next governor of Colorado. Maes understands the priorities and the solutions to put ...


Fruita, Central softball qualify for state

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The Fruita Monument and Central high school softball teams won region titles and qualified for the Class 5A state championships next weekend. Fruita Monument (19-2) shut out Westminster 5-0 and Eaglecrest 2-0 behind pitchers Erika Chirdon and ...


Grand Junction’s Weinberg wins singles state title

By Staff

DENVER — Spencer Weinberg outlasted Mark Miller of Regis Jesuit to capture the Class 5A No. 1 singles state championship with a 6-4, 7-5 victory. Weinberg highlighted an impressive overall performance by the Tigers and became the ...


Report: Convicted serial killer eyed in 1987 case

By The AP

DENVER — The Denver Post is reporting that state and federal authorities are investigating a Colorado convicted serial killer for the unsolved 1987 slaying of a woman for which a man was wrongly convicted. The Post reports Saturday that ...


Police say man stabbed for trying to help woman

By The AP

DENVER — Denver police say a man who tried to help a woman who was pushed out of a car was stabbed in the neck several times by another man. KMGH-TV reports the man is recovering from his injuries and police plan to honor him for his ...


Police say man stabbed for trying to help woman

By Paul Shockley

DENVER — Denver police say a man who tried to help a woman who was pushed out of a car was stabbed in the neck several times by another man. KMGH-TV reports the man is recovering from his injuries and police plan to honor him for his ...


Buck has money edge over Bennet as election nears

By The AP

DENVER — Federal campaign filings show Democratic Senate incumbent Michael Bennet has far outraised Republican challenger Ken Buck but the GOP candidate has more cash on hand in the final weeks before the election. Campaign finance ...


Mesa State Sports in Brief: Mavs fall to Regis in women’s soccer

By Staff

Women’s Soccer Taylor’s header lifts Regis past Mavericks Two minutes, four seconds before the end of regulation Friday night, Regis University finally got one past Alicia Kahler. Kari Taylor’s header from the right side ...


Tigers’ Weinberg plays way into Class 5A title match

By Staff

DENVER — Jeff Weinberg, the father of Grand Junction High School sophomore tennis player Spencer Weinberg, says little has changed about his son’s demeanor over the years. Spencer Weinberg was calm and cool as a little tot, and he ...


Grand Junction tops Cortez in soccer

By Staff

The Grand Junction soccer team came out firing Friday in a 5-1 win over Montezuma-Cortez at Canyon View Park. The Tigers (7-4-1, 4-3-1 Southwestern League) logged 28 shots against the Panthers, including seven from Kyle Gibbons and four from ...


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