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Prep lacrosse scores, March 8, 2012

By Staff

Battle Mountain 12,Grand Junction 5 Thursday at Walker Field Halftime score: Battle Mountain 6-1. Goals: BM — Timmy Licciardi 4, Christian Nichols 2, Cooper Perkins 2, Chris Libertine 2, Addison Baker 1, Reeve Sanders 1; GJ — ...


Prep baseball scores, March 8, 2012

By Staff

Fruita Monument 15, Horizon 5 Thursday at Canyon View Park Horizon 203 000 — 5 5 2 Fruita 833 001 — 15 11 2 Wise, Gonzelez (2), Arellano (4) and Laurozen. Ruckman, Walker (4) and Griggs. WP — Ruckman. LP — ...


Prep boys basketball scores, March 8, 2012

By Staff

BoysSierra Grande 75, Norwood 64 Class 1A Quarterfinals NORWOOD Nick Rushing 11 5-7 31, Brad Campbell 0 0-0 0, Clint Watt 0 0-0 0, Matt Hanniga 2 0-2 4, Morgan Rummel 8 0-0 17, Brandon Kennedy 1 0-0 2, Dakota Winner 3 0-1 6, Jeff Williams 2 ...


Prep soccer score, March 8, 2012

By Staff

Palisade 2, Coal Ridge 1 Thursday at Long Park Halftime score: Palisade 2, Coal Ridge 1 Goals: PAL, Cruz Maestas, Micah Feller; CR, Amanda Wenzel. Goalies, saves: Hannah Talbott, 4 (PAL); Sierra Chacon (CR) 9. Shots: PAL, 13; CR, 4.  ...


Local skiing results, March 8, 2012

By Staff

Buddy Werner Western Regional Championship March 4, Steamboat Springs Powderhorn Boys Results Name, Class Time (Rank) Time (Rank) Meyers, Josh, J-5 44.60 (3) 44.45 (3) Meyers, Luke, J-6 47.08 (9) 45.93 (9) Mathwig, Noah, J-6 48.78 ...


Prep tennis results, March 8, 2012

By Staff

Steamboat Springs 3,Fossil Ridge 3 Thursday at Fossil Ridge Singles No. 1 — Christi Valicenti, SS, def. Kaitlyn Motley 6-2, 6-1; No. 2 — Rachel Grubbs, SS, def. Andrea Motley 6-1, 6-3; No. 3 — Shelby Mavis, FR, def. Ellie ...


Fuel spill will close I-70 lanes for 4 days

By Dennis Webb

An accident that resulted in about 7,200 gallons of diesel fuel spilling Thursday morning will reduce Interstate 70 to a lane in each direction east of Eagle at least through Tuesday, and possibly up to two weeks. The accident, which resulted ...


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Female engineer broke tunnel taboo in 1972

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When Janet P. Bonnema first stepped into the Straight Creek Tunnel in 1972, no one expected the project to be a defining moment in the women’s equal rights movement. Her story began in November 1970 when Janet, who was living in ...


Udall presses officials on beetle kill issues

By Matthew Berger

Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., on Tuesday continued his efforts to encourage the use of timber from trees killed by the bark beetle epidemic spreading throughout the West. Udall pressed U.S. Forest Service Chief Tim Tidwell for details on how his ...


Panel OKs fee increase on upper Colorado River

By Matthew Berger

A recreation fee increase for a section of the upper Colorado River run by the Bureau of Land Management was approved Thursday morning by a citizen advisory group. It would be the first increase for the Pumphouse and Radium sites outside ...


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