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Wildcats roll past Cortez in wrestling

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Fruita Monument High School wrestling team recognized their parents by making quick work of Montezuma-Cortez. Fruita took advantage of seven forfeits Friday night to rout the Panthers 64-16 in a Southwestern League dual at Fruita Monument ...

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Mavericks miss the mark: Poor shooting plagues Mesa in loss to Skyhawks

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Katie Cupp was exhausted, and the rest of her Mesa State College teammates weren’t far behind. The junior point guard played every second of Friday night’s game against sixth-ranked Fort Lewis College, one of three players to log ...

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Being like Mike: Dominguez’s big game lifts Mavs past Skyhawks

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In the category of players able to take over a game, Michael Dominguez could be a poster boy. The Mesa State College senior had an overflow crowd of 2,604 at Brownson Arena in a frenzy in the first half of Friday night’s RMAC game ...

Fruita boys recover to top Cortez

By Staff

The Fruita Monument boys basketball team recovered from a slow start Friday to beat Montezuma-Cortez 47-34 in Southwestern League play in Cortez. Drew Bridges led Fruita (12-8, 6-0 SWL) with 20 points and Tanner Crites had 11. The Wildcats ...

Depths of winter, potholes

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They hide on streets and lurk in parking lots. Unsuspecting drivers may not realize their presence until they’re virtually on top of them. By then, it’s too late to avoid them, and another victim has been claimed. They are ...

Nonbelievers have options for Super Bowl Sunday

By Amy Hamilton

Apparently there’s some must-see TV going on Sunday. Oh, so you don’t know who’s playing? Roman numerals XLIV aren’t ringing any bells? Or maybe you just don’t care to tune into an afternoon of America’s ...

Dixie State sweeps Mavs in baseball doubleheader

By Allen Gemaehlich

Weather issues or not, it wasn’t a good start for the Mesa State College baseball team. Dixie State (Utah) College swept the fifth-ranked Mavericks in a doubleheader to start the season Friday at Bruce Hurst Field in St. George, Utah. ...

Congress left to pick up health care pieces

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Congress seems ready to take on a piecemeal approach to changing the nation’s health care system, U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo, said. If the one-plan approach fails in Congress as President Obama now fears it will, Salazar said, he ...

Roller-coaster game ends in tough loss for Grand Junction girls

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Basketball is a game of emotion, and nowhere was that more evident than Friday night at Grand Junction High School. The Grand Junction girls basketball team had two technical fouls, one starter get injured, numerous players in foul trouble, ...

E-mail letters, Feb. 5, 2010

By Staff

Nuclear energy still is not cost efficent nor safe Nuclear energy proponents are touting their fallacies again. They don’t seem to realize that tons of fossil-fuels are typically used (for electricity/heating) in constructing and ...

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