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Mesa men’s tennis team swept in spring opener

By Staff

Mesa State College’s men’s tennis team opened the spring season indoors Saturday with a dual at Division I Utah State, losing 7-0 at the Logan Sports Academy and Racquet Club. Niko Carrizo pushed his No. 6 singles match to three ...


Prep boys basketball scores, Sat. Feb. 20, 2010

By Staff

Boys Paonia 51, West Grand 34 WEST GRAND Gore 5 3-10 13, Ritschard 2 0-2 4, Miller 4 0-3 11, Flanigan 3 0-3 6, Wilson 0-4 0. Totals: 14 3-22 34. PAONIA Kropp 2 2-2 6, Escher 2 5-8 9, Penny 5 0-1 13, Walters 0 4-6 4, Bradford 1 0-0 2, Kropp ...


Swimming results, Sat. Feb. 20, 2010

By Staff

WSL Winter Championships Saturday at El Pomar Natatorium TEAM SCORES 1. Montrose Marlins, 1,150; 2. Sopris Swimming, 913; 3. Grand Junction Dolphins, 873; 4. Durango Swim Club, 702; 5. Aspen Swim Club, 508; 6. Una, 102; 7. Grand Valley ...


Prep girls basketball scores, Sat. Feb. 20, 2010

By Staff

Girls Dove Creek 52, Telluride 25 TELLURIDE S. Wantrobski 1 1-2 3, T. Hill 1 0-0 2, B. MacKenzi 1 1-1 3, E. Ludwig 2 1-2 5, S. Erickson 3 0-0 6, E. Langley 1 2-5 4, M. Bosse 1 0-0 2. Totals: 10 5-10 25. DOVE CREEK Kayla Pribble 2 1-4 5, ...


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Caught between beetle, hard spot in economy

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Beetles are battering Colorado’s forests, but the battle on the bugs also is bolstering the region’s lumber industry, at least for a while. Federal officials earlier this month announced they were pumping $40 million into the ...


Beetle bill helped, but was a little late

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Congress seven years ago took steps to corral the bark beetle now ravaging Colorado and other western states. It turned out, though, the effort was too little, too late, said Scott McInnis, R-Colo., a six-term U.S. representative who crafted ...


City emphasizes reservoir water safe, mercury in fish negligible

By Emily Shockley

Grand Junction drinking water source Juniata Reservoir is closed for fishing because fish in the water have tested positive for mercury contamination. Although unsafe levels of mercury were found in small-mouth bass in the reservoir, the ...


Salazar:  Parts of health bill good

By Staff

Uncertain that a large health care package can win passage in Congress, U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., is looking for parts of the package that move forward. Salazar, whose 3rd Congressional District includes most of the Western Slope, got ...


Your Town, Feb. 21, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

It’s probably best that we stop talking about the winter weather. If you ignore it — like the pesky door-to-door salesman — it will go away, right? There are a few things we can do to assure that spring really will come and ...


New City Market under construction

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City Market hopes to have its newest store open in time for Christmas. “We are finally moving dirt,” City Market President Phyllis Norris said of the project in the growing area off 24 Road near Patterson Road. The cold weather ...


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