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MARGARET PATTY 2 4-17

Skiing keeps Patty active, competitive

By Patrick Bahr

Skiing has meant a lot to Margaret Patty. She grew up on the ski slopes of Winter Park, met her husband there, and it was on a mountain that she first got a hint of a serious illness. Lately, though, skiing has fed Patty’s competitive ...


Cent Bb v Dur 4-25-9

Durango pounds out hits to top Central

By Patrick Bahr

Central High School’s baseball team’s game with Durango came down to the coulds and could nots. Saturday at Canyon View Park, Durango could hit the ball wherever it wanted to, and Central could not seem to match it. Durango ended ...


Duffy’s late HR helps Mesa get split

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Tie ballgame, bottom of the seventh, one out, runner on first. The strategy is simple: Hit behind the runner. Ashlee Duffy did exactly what she was told Saturday afternoon with the Mesa State College softball team in that situation against ...


Mesa QB Scrim 4-25-9

Battles at QB, RB still up in the air for Mavs

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Justin Murray made a nice adjustment on a ball in the end zone, gathering it in for a touchdown. Suddenly, he was out of real estate on the Mesa State College practice field and had no choice. Down in the gulley and back up the other side he ...


Mavericks clinch RMAC title

By Staff

Mesa State College clinched its fifth consecutive RMAC baseball championship Saturday, splitting a doubleheader at New Mexico Highlands. After dropping the opener 10-4, the second-ranked Mavericks (37-8, 27-5 RMAC) rebounded with an 8-5 ...


Pal BB V Glenw 4-25-9

Sweep allows Palisade to clinch 4A playoff berth

By Staff

With four teams jockeying for the two remaining playoff spots in the Class 4A Western Slope League baseball race, Palisade and Glenwood Springs entered Saturday’s doubleheader at Suplizio Field believing a sweep was imperative. Palisade ...


GHary Harmon Column April 26, 2009

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The people who think that waterboarding constitutes torture are bruiting about the fact that the mastermind of the Sept. 11. 2001, attacks on the United States was treated to the experience 183 times in a single month. Knowing that Khalid ...


OUT: Sunday Column April 26, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Of the many conservation groups I’ve been associated with or written about in my 25-plus years of covering outdoor causes and issues, none stand out as much as Trout Unlimited. Agreed, Trout Unlimited doesn’t own the concession ...


OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes April 26, 2009

By Bill Haggerty

“I’m shufflin through the Texas sand, but my head’s in Mississippi,” blared ZZ Top on the car stereo. My head was not in Mississippi, but into a hike in the Colorado Rockies to see how high I could climb without ...


Andrew Gulliford Column April 26, 2009

By Guest Columnist

Of the thousands of Indian rock-art panels in the Southwest, none are older than Barrier Canyon pictographs found throughout the San Rafael Swell. From tiny, 5-inch animal figures to stunning 7-foot tall human shapes with no arms or legs and ...


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