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Palisade’s Shafer gets a close look at top-ranked triple jumper

By Patrick Bahr

Palisade High School triple jumper Olevia Shafer got a preview of the state tournament. Saturday at the second day of the Tiger Invitational, Shafer, the second-ranked triple jumper in Class 4A, was competing against Wheat Ridge’s Annie ...


CSU advances to nationals in club lacrosse

By Staff

Colorado State University’s club lacrosse team avenged an earlier loss to clinch a spot in the men’s Collegiate Lacrosse Association national championships. The No. 2 ranked Rams defeated No. 3 Brigham Young University 8-5 in the ...


Paonia Reservoir remains a state park, at least for this year

By Dave Buchanan

Stand near the dam of Paonia Reservoir and the view includes a steep-walled canyon with a small pool of stained water washing up against the rocky dam. Halfway up the reservoir, a comma-like mud flat cleaves the surface of the shallow ...


Young kite-fliers experience capricious moods of Mother Nature

By Rachel Sauer

In poems and whimsical stories, a teasing breeze is generally a good thing. Isn’t it charming! How sprightly and ticklish! In real life, it’s not cute. It’s annoying. Especially if kites are involved. A breeze kicks in, and ...


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The Marathon Master: Chuck Engle ‘Marathon Junkie’ gets stronger with every stride

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Runners cross the finish line, exhausted and looking a little pale, eager to replenish their body. After a short break, Chuck Engle is ready to go again. The Colorado Springs man known as the “Marathon Junkie” easily won the ...


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Diesel makes dent

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Like a spread-out root system, the price of diesel permeates modern life and culture, figuring into the manufacture and pricing for a wide range of consumer products that include other fuels, fertilizer, food, even flagstone. “It might ...


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Mavericks lock up No. 2 RMAC seed in baseball

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Knowing it needed to win one more game than Metro State on Saturday, the Mesa State College baseball team did just that. With two out in the bottom of the seventh inning, no less. The Maverick swept Colorado School of Mines 10-5 and 6-5 on ...


Gray Gourmet, May 8, 2011

By Staff

Monday — Spinach cheese squares, parsley potatoes, island vegetables, pineapple slices. Tuesday — Turkey tetrazzini, Italian vegetable and bean blend, jellied beet salad, applesauce. Wednesday — Chicken Parmesan, five-way ...


Weekly Planner, May 8, 2011

By Staff

Sunday, May 8 Mother’s Day pancake breakfast, hosted by the Orchard Mesa Lions Club, 7 a.m., Mesa County Fairgrounds, 2785 U.S. Highway 50, Community Building, $5, 434-4282, orchardmesalions.com. The Organic Gardening group, 2 p.m., ...


Best of Bridge, May 8, 2011

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: April 27: Doreen Pond and Martha Scott; Sue Cox and Rocky Otto; Mary Blackburn and Helen Bledsoe. April 28, north/south: Darlene Clark and Judy Tirpack; Daphne Bevill and Eldon Bevill; Marilyn ...


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