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The deep lessons of underwater evidence recovery

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Not many classes end with a final exam in cloudy, 67-degree water. But those are perfect conditions for the last days of a phase-one, public-safety diving course offered by Western Colorado Community College. The course is one of three in a ...


Valley schools all post wins in Bill Fanning Classic

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The season-opening nerves were there, but Palisade, Fruita Monument and Central overcame them to win their first baseball games of the season in the Bill Fanning Classic. Palisade overcame an early 2-0 deficit Thursday and held on to defeat ...


Grand Valley’s Krieg will continue to run at Tulsa

By Patrick Bahr

Brandi Krieg signed her national letter of intent to run cross country and track at the University of Tulsa. Thursday, the Grand Valley High School senior choose the Golden Hurricanes over other Division I schools, including the University of ...


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Prep golf coaches use Palisade Invite to give youngsters a chance to play

By Patrick Bahr

The high school girls golf season is just getting started. Most Western Slope teams have been practicing for two weeks and took advantage of Thursday’s Palisade Invitational at Chipeta Golf Course to play some rounds against ...


Sports Briefs, March 10, 2011

By Staff

College Baseball Times for Mavericks’ games with CSU-Pueblo at Suplizio changed The times for this weekend’s Mesa State baseball series against CSU-Pueblo have been changed. The teams were scheduled to play a doubleheader on ...


Rifle routed by Eaton in 3A tourney

By Staff

FORT COLLINS — The Rifle High School girls basketball team ran into a buzzsaw Thursday night in the form of Eaton. The Reds, featuring three Cheney sisters, ran the Bears out of Colorado State University’s Moby Arena with a 50-34 ...


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Mavericks’ third straight meeting with Fort Lewis comes in Central Regionals

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It’s about 170 miles from Grand Junction to Durango, one of the shortest trips in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference for both Mesa State and Fort Lewis. Yet the basketball rivals will travel roughly 1,100 miles to play one another ...


Palisade girls fall to Coal Ridge in soccer season opener

By Staff

The Palisade High School girls soccer team lost its season opener 2-1 at Coal Ridge. Thursday, the Bulldogs fell behind early when the Titans’ Paige Ryan scored midway through the first half. “This was the first time we put the ...


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Near no-no by GJ ace helps Tigers open with a win

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Stephen Baldwin showed he’s ready to take the role of staff ace this season. The Grand Junction High School junior struck out 11 batters and didn’t allow a hit Thursday as the Tigers rolled to a 16-1 victory over Prairie View in ...


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Fruita first to get safe drinking water

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Today when there is a news story reporting on Third World countries not having safe domestic water, it is difficult to imagine. However, that is the way it was here in the Grand Valley in the early days. At least it was until 1907 when Fruita ...


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