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Mavs fall just short of upset

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State had the fifth-ranked team in the nation on the ropes. The Nebraska-Kearney volleyball team survived to force a fifth game where its experience came through in a matchup for first place in the RMAC. The Lopers defeated Mesa State ...


Durango holds off Tigers

By Staff

The Durango High School football team held off a late scoring attempt by Grand Junction on Friday night as the Demons defeated the Tigers 19-14 in Durango. Grand Junction (2-5, 1-1 Southwestern Conference) had the ball on the Durango 10-yard ...


Death Notices, Oct. 18, 2009

By Staff

Dennis Daryl Daddow, 72, Hotchkiss, died Oct. 15, 2009, at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction. Services are at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Riverside Cemetery in Hotchkiss. Survivors include his wife, Lynette; and one brother, Kirk of Ames, ...


Wrongful death suit possible in baby’s death

By Dennis Webb

The parents of a baby who drowned after his head briefly went underwater in a tub are considering filing a wrongful death suit against the woman who was responsible for his care at the time. Fred and Linda Flohr say in a court filing in ...


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Reicks, Morgan to play for third at state

By Staff

DENVER — Charlie Reicks, Sam Morgan and the rest of the Grand Junction boys tennis team remember quite vividly how much it stung to be sent home from the state meet a day early in 2008. This year, Reicks and Morgan wanted to make sure ...


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Wendy’s robber on loose

By Emily Shockley

Police still were looking Saturday night for a robber who took an undisclosed amount of money Friday night from the Wendy’s restaurant at 3207 Interstate 70 Business Loop in Clifton. The man forced his way into the restaurant near ...


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Doctor reopens office after raid

By Amy Hamilton

A Montrose doctor whose home and business offices were raided Wednesday by Drug Enforcement Administration agents was seeing patients as usual Thursday at his Delta office. Agents on Wednesday confiscated medical files of patients seen by Dr. ...


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Palisade student recognized for reporting alleged threat

By Paul Shockley

While it took time for him to come forward, Calvin O’Banion did just that. And possibly averted tragedy in the process, authorities said Thursday. “I’ve been here four years, and I don’t want to see anybody get shot ...


Teen talked about Columbine style assault

By Paul Shockley

A student accused of plotting against Palisade High School admitted to investigators he had talked to others “about blowing up the school and going out in a blaze of glory like Columbine High School,” according to an arrest ...


Even with vehicle fees, more money needed for roads

By Staff

Coloradans have a conservatively estimated $500 million per year unfunded liability on public bridges, highways, interchanges and tunnels. While that’s a staggering sum in any single year, the cumulative effect year after year undermines ...


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