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Teen gets 6 years boot camp for armed robbery

By Paul Shockley

A Clifton teenager will spend six years in a state-run boot camp program for robbing a Clifton business at knifepoint, while beating an employee in the process. Chad Michael Marez, 18, pleaded guilty Friday to felony aggravated robbery and a ...


Black Mountain again accepting drilling fluids

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Two years after Mesa County shut down the Black Mountain solid-waste disposal facility because its owners failed to clean up a spill and accepted too much waste, the facility reopened this week with vows from the new owner to work ...


Fall is perfect time to revisit your home’s wardrobe

By Annie Payne

Fall is my favorite time of year. I love pulling my sweaters and jackets out of storage and giving my wardrobe a fresh new look. The change of the seasons also is the perfect time to take inventory of the wardrobe of your home, meaning the ...


Ross Reels U.S.A. bought by 3M

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Ross Reels U.S.A./Ross World Wide Outdoors of Montrose, a 37-year outdoor sporting goods company, was bought by the 3M corporation Thursday morning in a deal whose details remain unclear. Ross Reels employs 30 workers at its ...


Mavericks top Cougars with strong ball control in soccer

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When you’ve got a rematch with the No. 1 team in the nation on tap Sunday, it can be easy to look past the opponent Friday night. That didn’t happen to the Mesa State men’s soccer team, though. The Mavericks controlled the ...


Wildcats roll past Cortez in softball

By Staff

The Fruita Monument softball team took care of things quickly Friday in a doubleheader sweep of Montezuma-Cortez. The Wildcats (16-2, 8-1 Southwestern League) needed only a total of seven innings in the two games, allowed only a single hit ...


Skiers’ talent too much for Grand Valley on homecoming night

By Staff

PARACHUTE — Grand Valley High School football coach Mike Johnson sure doesn’t doubt the talent of the Class 2A’s newest No. 1 team, the Aspen Skiers. “As far as I’m concerned, if they’re not,” Johnson ...


R-5 gets drop-out prevention grant

By Staff

R-5 High School will share a $15 million five-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education with 31 Colorado schools hoping to decrease their drop-out rates. The middle and high schools were picked by the Colorado Department of ...


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Power of the Pirates: Special teams play makes difference as Olathe tops Cedaredge

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CEDAREDGE — Special teams can make all the difference. The Olathe High School football team blocked two punts and took advantage of a bad snap Friday night to rally for a 41-13 victory over Cedaredge. “Special teams were huge ...


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Bowie coal mine suspends operations

By William Woody

PAONIA — Coal mining operations at Bowie Resources LLC, a coal-mining firm located northeast of Paonia, have been suspended for at least 10 days, according to an announcement by the company Friday. In a press release by Dewey Tanner, ...


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