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CMU men defeats Chadron State in RMAC opener

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Michael Bear scored 26 points to lead Colorado Mesa to a 76-70 victory over Chadron State in each team’s RMAC opener at Brownson Arena. The Mavericks (3-2, 1-0 RMAC) went on a 12-4 run to start the second half to take a 40-30 lead and ...


Homes sold Nov. 14-20

By Staff

ADDRESS/SOLD PRICE/ DAYS ON MARKET/TYPE/SF CLIFTON 435 32 Road $22,300 101 Single Family 912 542 1/2 Pauline Court $39,000 126 Single Family 986 477 1/2 Tigertail Court $140,100 52 Single Family 1784 3267 F 3/10 Road $60,958 69 Single ...


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Stalled growth: Down economy slows some subdivisions in Fruita area

By Penny Stine

When the local economy was booming a few years ago, new subdivisions sprang up across the Grand Valley like dandelions in the spring. In some subdivisions, developers extended themselves financially to pay for infrastructure construction and ...


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Have an eventful season

By Penny Stine

In between shopping, cooking, wrapping, decorating, singing, visiting and eating this holiday season, it’s always fun to throw in a few more things to do to make the season memorable — or festively frantic, if that comes first. ...


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Thank you for shopping with us

By Penny Stine

How big is the holiday shopping season and how much does it matter to the Grand Valley’s local economy? It may not seem vital if you work for an oilfield service company, but if you’re one of the 1,800 people employed at the ...


Elves wanted

By Penny Stine

Christmas season is always a good time to give back to the community, buy toys for children who may not receive anything otherwise or help those who need it. This year, charitable organizations are teaming up to make sure it’s a Merry ...


Sound check: The King ‘n Trio

By Melinda Mawdsley

Email letters, Dec. 2, 2011

By Staff

Dodd and Frank finally make good decision for the country A few months ago we heard the welcome news that Sen. Chris Dodd would not run again for the U.S. Senate. Even more welcome news is Barney Frank’s recent decision not to seek ...


Fashion Hunters

‘Fashion Hunters’ star chats about style, high-end consignment

By Melinda Mawdsley

There is a perception that high fashion is only for the wealthy. New York City’s Karina Lepiner is trying to debunk that myth through the Bravo TV reality show, “Fashion Hunters.” In the show, which airs Tuesday nights on ...


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Music scene: Dec. 2-8

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Is all the decking of the halls making you want to bang your head against a wall? Unearth comes to the rescue with its brutal and aggressive metal on Friday, Dec. 2, at Mesa Theater and Club, 538 Main St. Doors will open for the show at 6:30 ...


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