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Fruita Monument Invitational Results, Monday, March 21, 2011

By Staff

Fruita Monument Invitational Monday at Adobe Creek Golf Course Team Scores 1. Montrose, 272; 2. Fruita Monument, 275; 3. Central, 281; 4. Rifle, 287; 5. Moffat County, 298; 6. Palisade, 300; 7. Grand Junction, 308; 8. Battle Mountain, 335; ...


Lack of support torpedoes income tax measure

By Charles Ashby

The Denver-based group that wanted to change the way income taxes are paid in Colorado to generate another $1 billion in tax revenue withdrew a proposed ballot measure Monday to do that. The Colorado Fiscal Policy Institute had hoped to put a ...


Blotter, March 22, 2011

By Staff

Embezzlement suspected A Mesa County woman is suspected of taking nearly $14,000 from her employer, Grand Valley Veterinary Emergency Center. The veterinary center requested an audit of 2010 deposits in December and found $13,831.26 that was ...


Sports in Brief: Aspen controls play, tops Tigers in lacrosse

By Staff

Prep Lacrosse Aspen controls play, tops Tigers The Grand Junction High School boys lacrosse team hung with Aspen for three quarters, but it wasn’t enough in its season opener. Aspen scored three goals in the fourth quarter to pull ...


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Junior Mavs win Colorado title

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The fact they had no home ice arena never deterred the Grand Valley Junior Mavericks 10-under hockey team. The squirt division (10-under) team proved it didn’t need an ice rink to win, capturing the Colorado Amateur Hockey Association ...


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Tigers, Indians ready for SWL play to start

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The Southwestern League baseball title had to be decided by a tiebreaker last season and the two teams it came down to are scheduled to begin league play tonight. Montrose and Grand Junction play each other 6 p.m. tonight at Suplizio Field, ...


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Golf in the wind: Montrose’s Keltz wins Fruita Monument Invite despite strong gusts

By Patrick Bahr

The course wasn’t the only thing high school girl golfers were battling Monday at the Fruita Monument Invitational at Adobe Creek National Golf Course. The 10 Western Slope schools competing in the tournament fought heavy winds on the ...


NPS director denies bike race request on Monument

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National Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis denied a revised request Monday to stage part of the Quiznos Pro Challenge Bike Race on Colorado National Monument next year. “Closing the park to accommodate the needs of a commercial ...


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Deep thought: How much snow will fly in March?

By Dave Buchanan

The fences are beginning to disappear around Steamboat Springs. With more than 350 inches of snow this winter, the area and its eponymous ski resort have reached what they call a “snow milestone,” that elusive “four-wire ...


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Bat sickness is ‘health crisis,’ expert says

By Dave Buchanan

Something is killing our bats. Five years ago, a caver in New York photographed hibernating bats with an unusual white substance around their muzzles and noticed several dead bats on the cave floor. Later, investigating biologists with the ...


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