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Bears overpower Basalt in first round of Class 3A state playoffs

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — An overmatched first-round opponent for the Rifle High School girls basketball team led to an runaway victory Friday for the second-seeded Bears. Courtney Cordova scored a game-high 23 points to lead three Rifle players in ...

Grand Valley boys fall to Dolores Huerta in 3A regional

By Staff

A promising season came to an end Friday for the Grand Valley High School boys basketball team. Dolores Huerta defeated the Cardinals 70-52 in the Class 3A boys regional tournament at Bishop Machebeuf High School in Denver. The Cardinals ...

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Fallen Eagles: Defending champion Paonia loses in 2A regional

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The Paonia High School girls basketball team had overcome its youth this season by wearing down its opponents. Sargent may have been the fifth seed from its district, but the Farmers were up to the challenge of facing the defending Class 2A ...

Palisade well-represented on all-league teams

By Staff

Palisade had three boys basketball players, three girls basketball player and nine wrestlers selected to the Western Slope League All-Conference team. Kane Gunther made the boys basketball all-conference first team. Gabe Hellmann and Caleb ...

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Pirates hold on to advance to 3A regional final

By William Woody

OLATHE — Olathe advanced to the finals of the Class 3A regional tournament Friday night with a 72-66 win over Bayfield. The Pirates (19-4) play Machebeuf (17-6) at 1 this afternoon, with the winner advancing to the Great 8 of the state ...

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Power poles near Delta airport pose hazard, FAA rules

By William Woody

DELTA — The Federal Aviation Administration determined Friday that a series of power lines recently constructed just north of the Blake Field airport in Delta pose a hazard to air navigation and could impair airport efficiency. The FAA ...

Failure beats inaction every time

By Gary McCallister

Several years ago I attended a workshop at MIT to learn a computer programming language. On the first morning the crew of instructors spent at least an hour showing us examples of what could be done with this language. I recall thinking that ...


Double duty for new bridge

By Amy Hamilton

A project that will provide sewer service to Whitewater may thrill pedestrians and bicycle riders. On Thursday crews began the process to complete a second section of a pedestrian bridge across the Colorado River at 32 Road. The bridge is ...

Grand Junction girls fall to top-seeded ThunderRidge

By Patrick Bahr

DENVER — As they left the court of the Denver Coliseum, the red faces of the Grand Junction High School girls basketball players were from a combination of tears, exhaustion and frustration. Friday in the Great 8 of the Class 5A Carol ...

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Injury helps Mavericks’ Lauren Cross learn how to relax

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Lauren Cross had never ridden the bench before. The Mesa State College softball team’s third baseman was used to playing every inning of every game. But when she wrecked her left ankle trying to beat a throw to first in the ninth game ...

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