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‘TEA PARTY’ PROTEST PACKS THOUSANDS AT LINCOLN PARK

By Paul Shockley

Attendees climbed playground equipment Wednesday at the southwest corner of Lincoln Park for a view as a crowd estimated by organizers of approximately 3,000 people heard a series of speakers take aim at President Barack Obama. “How ...


Homes Sold April 2009

By Penny Stine

April 1-7, 2009 City 129 Independent Avenue $175,100.00 Collbran/Mesa/Molina/Vega 53166 LE 1/2 Road $255,000.00 Delta 752 Riley Lane $148,000.00 Fruita 1508 Aquarius $25,000.00 550 Lois Drive $75,000.00 974 Moores Diamond $254,500.00 590 ...


Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup april 15, 2009

By Staff

High School Soccer • Durango got two goals and an assist from Bekah Keil as it defeated Fruita Monument on Tuesday 4-1 in a game made up from one that was snowed out on Saturday. The Demons (7-4-1, 6-1-0 Southwestern League) scored ...


SPT MANDY JOHNSON 4-15

Central senior finding foes tough in tennis at No. 2

By Patrick Bahr

Central High School tennis player Mandy Johnson’s season has been full of highs and lows. Tuesday against Grand Junction could qualify as a low as the Warriors’ No. 2 singles player lost 6-0, 6-0 to the Tigers’ Jenny Jessup. ...


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Opening night of Challenger season a blast for all involved

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Opening night is special for the players in the Challenger Baseball program. It’s the best practice of the season for the Mesa State College softball team. Tuesday night at Bergman Field, the 11th season of the Challenger program ...


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OUTside Connection April 15, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

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OUT: Mystery of the scourge of whirling disease may be solved by a small aquatic wo

By Dave Buchanan

Blame it on a worm. The mystery of why Colorado was so hard-hit by the scourge of whirling disease may be solved by a small aquatic worm known as Tubifex tubifex. Whirling disease is caused by a microscopic parasite that attacks the soft ...


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OUT: Cutthroats threatened by brook trout competition and whirling disease

By Dave Buchanan

A project to restore Colorado River cutthroat trout to Trappers Lake may have more unanswered questions than solutions. Trappers Lake, located at 9,600 feet elevation near the head of the White River about 30 miles east of Meeker and just ...


OUT: Weekly Fishing Report April 15, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

April 14, 2009 Spring has come to Colorado and with it a time when most anglers are eagerly awaiting the prime fishing times on their favorite waters. For some, the time already has arrived. For others, it lies just ahead. For all, the ...


Dick Maynard Column Apri 15, 2009l

By Staff

April 15th. A most taxing time of the year. And forget about the IRS. Every mid-April a perfectly good winter is ruined by, “Water will be in the ditches next week.” Here comes that “up in the morning and out in the ...


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