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Mavs, ‘Wolves split another doubleheader

By Staff

Shutouts ruled the day Saturday in a nonconference baseball doubleheader between Mesa State and Colorado State University-Pueblo. The ThunderWolves won the first game 12-0 before the Mavericks came back with a 4-0 win in the final game of the ...

Slow-starting Mavs fall to Mustangs

By Staff

A slow start cost the ninth-ranked Mesa State College men’s basketball team Saturday night in an 80-72 loss at Western New Mexico University. The Mavericks (20-2, 14-1 RMAC) trailed the entire game and were down 43-27 at halftime. An ...

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Men flex their quilting muscles

By Sherida Warner

Women far outnumber quilters and fiber artists who happen to be men, but it’s only fair that this small segment of talented fellows be given their “props” from time to time. So here’s to the guys exhibiting quilts at ...


Having fun: Camaraderie, not final score, the key at Ice Bowl

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Joe Kendrick is a charitable guy. In addition to the $25 entry fee, Kendrick added another $30 in mulligans during Saturday’s Grand Valley Disc Golf Club 10th annual Ice Bowl at Palisade’s Riverbend Park. The money was going to a ...

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Enduring the pain: Bad knees, sore back can’t keep Ashbaugh, Flohr off court for Mavs

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When Justin Ashbaugh scored a season-high 17 points against Western New Mexico last month, Geana Gaasch couldn’t help but smile. Nearly 18 months after surgery on one knee and an injury to the other, Ashbaugh was his old self. Gaasch, ...


Teen recovering in Denver after 2nd heart transplant

By Paul Shockley

Jenna Fisher got a new heart for Valentine’s Day in Denver. Back home, close family friends of the Mesa State College freshman, along with strangers, gathered Saturday morning to celebrate and raise money. “She got up (Friday) ...

Truth is consensual, feelings are contagious

By Staff

In the three previous columns, I described the feelings that are associated with our initial attempts to behave in new ways. These are the insecurity, anxiety and fear of the unfreezing phase of change. If these are a challenge for us as ...

You Said It, Feb. 14, 2010

By Staff

Pear Park is perfect for the body farm — with all the meth labs, no one will notice the smell. The body farm, Redifer and Mesa State faculty exempt from permitting and zoning regulations? Unaccountable to the taxpayers who allow for ...

GarCo to rethink letting public seek drilling hearings

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County commissioners will reconsider the county’s support for a lawsuit seeking to give the public the right to request a state hearing on oil and gas drilling permits. Commissioner John Martin said commissioners will revisit ...

Man buys beer at gunpoint

By Paul Shockley

Grand Junction police were looking Saturday for a man who reportedly persuaded a store clerk at gunpoint to sell him beer. The suspect paid for his 40-ounce bottle of beer and walked out of the store, police said. Just before 9 p.m. Friday, ...

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