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Death Notices, Oct. 22, 2010

By Staff

Homer E. Chapman, 90, Loma, died Oct. 20, 2010, at St. Mary’s Hospital. No services are planned. Survivors include his wife, Rose; three sons, Todd, Brian and Chuck; one daughter, Donna Ostrowski; and three grandchildren. Ronald Lee ...


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Showing some fight: Despite tough losses, Mavs still have some spirit left

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Football practice got a little testy this week at Mesa State College. A couple of times Tuesday when the No. 1 defense was facing the No. 1 offense toward the end of practice, defensive players took their teammates down — hard — ...


Montrose, Rifle face tough roads in 4A, 3A state tournaments

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Montrose (12-10) might be the 16th seed in the Class 4A state softball tournament, but the Indians have played a formidable schedule and believe they can compete despite drawing two-time state champion Wheat Ridge (20-1) in the first ...


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Palisade keeps rolling with rout of Steamboat

By Patrick Bahr

Despite chaos all around, it was business as usual for the Palisade High School football team. Thursday night at Stocker Stadium, the Bulldogs (7-1, 4-1 Western Slope Conference) brushed off a steady rain and a malfunctioning clock to cruise ...


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Making the pitch: Solid pitching propels Fruita, Central all the way to 5A state tournament

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A softball team’s success starts with pitching, but the pitchers wouldn’t be successful without a good catcher and a solid defense. The Central and Fruita Monument high school pitchers have dependable catchers and reliable ...


Residents air drilling concerns

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — Western Colorado residents told oil and gas regulators Thursday their revised rules still fall short of protecting people from drilling impacts. The Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission met Thursday in Rifle, where ...


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Health professionals brace for change

By Rachel Sauer

A change is going to come, lots of changes possibly, and the more than 50 people who attended the Health Insurance Exchange Community Forum on Thursday had some ideas about how those changes should happen. Hosted by the Colorado Coalition for ...


Blotter, Oct. 22, 2010

By Staff

Train near-miss in Clifton Deputies were called in the predawn hours Wednesday to the railroad tracks near 33 Road after Union Pacific officials reported a man refused to leave the tracks, in the path of an oncoming train, until the train was ...


How ‘Waiting for Superman’ film’s theories stack up in Grand Junction

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Five students pining for a better education wait to hear their names called for seats in charter schools during the most intense scene of the new movie “Waiting for Superman.” Some will make it. Some won’t. The film, which ...


Sports Briefs, Oct. 21, 2010

By Staff

Rock Climbing Presentation by Steve Bartlett will be Oct. 27 at Maverick Center The Western Colorado Climbers’ Coalition is hosting a slide show and presentation, “Desert Towers,” by Steve Bartlett, who has published a new ...


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