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Loveland school district may nix field trips

By The Associated Press

LOVELAND — The Thompson School District is considering a moratorium on field trips to save money. The district is trying to cut up to $1 million from the transportation budget to cope with an estimated $6 million deficit in the coming ...


Colorado Mesa owns domain names that Western State might want

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There are already websites associated with some of Western State College’s top choices for a potential new name. And those sites belong to Colorado Mesa University. Though Colorado Mesa’s main website is coloradomesa.edu, it ...


Homeowner won’t face charges in fatal shooting of man during break-in

By Paul Shockley

Citing Colorado’s “Make My Day” law, the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office said Wednesday no charges will be filed in the fatal shooting of an alleged burglar at an Orchard Mesa home in November. A dispute between ...


Low gas prices keep Battlement drilling on hold

By Dennis Webb

Because of low natural gas prices, Antero Resources is delaying its plans to drill in Battlement Mesa, a company official said this week. The company will look at expanding a nearby well pad this year with the possibility of drilling eight ...


Republicans weigh Santorum win, expectations

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Rick Santorum’s big victory Tuesday night in Colorado is unlikely to carry him to the nomination and even less likely to translate into a general-election rebuff of President Obama, observers said Wednesday. Santorum supporters, though, ...


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Extra effort: Valenzuela’s hard work lands him in center field for Mavs

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Sergio Valenzuela crossed the U.S.-Mexico border every day to go to school. The Tijuana, Mexico, native knew he was doing something to better his life, but it was still scary not knowing what his future held. “I knew deep inside of me ...


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Finally feeling good: Mavs excited to have Selsor back on the floor

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It didn’t matter that Roger Walters was barking at them Wednesday in practice, lecturing on ball security. The Colorado Mesa University women’s basketball players didn’t drop their heads and sag their shoulders. They looked ...


Joyce, Sims and Walker get call for NJCAA Hall

By Staff

Three men who are no strangers to Grand Junction will be inducted into the NJCAA Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame in May. Lon Joyce, Scott Sims and Cam Walker will be honored at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series banquet May 25 at Two ...


Central’s rally too little, too late in loss to Indians

By Staff

Central rallied in the second half, but it wasn’t enough. Montrose, which moved up to No. 10 in the Denver Post Class 4A poll earlier Wednesday, defeated the Warriors 79-68 in a Southwestern League game Wednesday in Montrose. “We ...


College wrestling poll, rankings, Feb. 8, 2012

By Staff

NWCA Division II Poll AS of Feb. 8 Rank Points Pvs. 1. St. Cloud State (Minn.) 160 1 2. Newberry (S.C.) 151 2 3. Upper Iowa 139.5 3 4. Nebraska-Kearney 137 5 5. Augustana (S.D.) 127.5 4 6. Central Oklahoma 121 6 7. Grand Canyon ...


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