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Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Cabela’s opening

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Hundreds of excited customers thronged through the doors of the new Cabela’s store at Mesa Mall on Thursday afternoon. Some couldn’t contain their excitement to see the new store packed with sporting goods, fishing gear and guns. ...


Main Street open to cars on Saturday

By Staff

Drivers will get to access Main Street from Fourth to First streets starting Saturday. The area will be open to pedestrians, only, tonight for a party from 5 to 9 p.m. in the 300 block of Main Street. The three western blocks of downtown ...


Gas firm rejects summarizing effects of fracking

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A proposal calling on Williams Cos. to summarize the environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing went down to defeat by stockholders on Thursday. The Williams board opposed the measure, noting that the technology for drawing natural gas out ...


Fire danger no higher than normal this summer

By Charles Ashby

A relatively cold winter and wet spring means most of Colorado should have a normal fire-threat season, but the northwest corner of the state might have more problems, state officials said Thursday. Colorado State Forest Service Director Jeff ...


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Options abound: Mesa’s new recruiting class gives women’s coach choices

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Roger Walters signed two more players in his first true recruiting class than he had on the active roster at the end of his first season as Mesa State College’s women’s basketball coach. And when he talks about the nine new ...


Clearing the bar: Delta high jumpers fine with second-, third-place finishes

By Brian Miller

LAKEWOOD — It wasn’t quite the finish that either Clinton Botts or Phillip Decker envisioned, but the Delta High School seniors came away from the Class 4A state track and field meet with a sense of accomplishment. The Panthers ...


Leopards make return trip to JUCO

By Patrick Bahr

It took longer than planned, but Temple (Texas) College is returning to the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Thursday in Fort Worth, Texas, the Leopards won the Southwestern District by defeating McLennan Community College 6-5 in 13 ...


Glare of state baseball spotlight won’t bother Olathe, coach says

By Patrick Bahr

The Olathe High School baseball team knows how high the mountain is in Class 3A baseball. The Pirates are one of eight teams to have made it to this weekend’s State Championship Series, and this is when the ascent to a championship gets ...


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Flinging to fifth: Central’s Pomaski finishes fifth in 5A discus competition

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LAKEWOOD — Once she changed discs and relaxed, Jamie Pomaski flourished. The Central High School senior put behind her two fouls in her flight Thursday to qualify for the Class 5A state finals in the discus. There, Pomaski had her best ...


Paonia girls capture 3,200 relay crown

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LAKEWOOD — The Paonia High School girls 3,200-meter relay team had the top time entering the Class 2A state track championships, but the girls were still amazed when they won the title. “Last year, our best was 9:57, so we were ...


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