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Boys prep basketball score, March 11, 2010

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Boys Aspen 50, Manitou Springs 44 Class 3A State Tournament MANITOU SPRINGS Schultz 2 0-1 6, Davis 3 3-4 11, Megyeri 0 2-2 2, Bockhorst 1 3-4 5, McQueeny 2 2-4 6, Jones 0 0-1 0, Maring 5 0-1 10, Sienknecht 1 0-0 2. Totals: 15 10-17 ...


Prep soccer score, March 11, 2010

By Staff

Central 10, Eagle Valley 0 Halftime: 5-0 Goals: Haleigh Higgins (3), Lynzee Dwyer (2), Ashley Paul (2), Krista Ferguson, Arri Herrera, Stacey Kinnett. Goalies: Tayler Else, 8 Shots: C — 34, EV — 15  ...


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Paonia takes control in third quarter

By Staff

PUEBLO — Making history was great last season for the Paonia High School girls basketball team. The Eagles, however, do not want their second-place finish at the Class 2A state girls basketball tournament to be the best in school ...


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Not half bad: Stansberry’s strong second half lifts Olathe past Coal Ridge

By Staff

FORT COLLINS — Morgan Stansberry came to the rescue right when her team needed her the most Thursday morning at Moby Arena. The junior forward scored all of her game-high 14 points in the second half to help Olathe High School overcome ...


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Clash of the conferences: RMAC, Northern Sun battle it out in Central Region

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As the bracket was being filled out on the big screen Sunday night, you couldn’t help but notice how the NCAA Division II Central Region tournament was shaping up. It’s the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference vs. the Northern Sun ...


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Back in the ring: After one year of opponents backing out, Ethridge finally gets to fight

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When John Ethridge is training, it’s a demonstration in intensity. In the heat of a workout, the grimace on his face is something that’s not manufactured, but one of fierce determination. He attacks the punching bag like a mortal ...


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College buries body farm location

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Confronted with questions and concerns from residents, Mesa State College is scrapping its plans to locate human corpses several hundred feet from homes in Pear Park. Instead, it will accelerate its pursuit of an alternate site to build a ...


Pot shop won’t open near private Grand Junction school

By Emily Shockley

Gregg Davis is looking for a new spot for MedTech Modern Care and Wellness Systems after deciding not to open at 721 N. 12th St. Davis, who owns Herbal Paradise at 605 Grand Ave., planned to open MedTech in late February. The business would ...


Single lanes open on damaged interstate

By Dennis Webb

After a closure lasting three-and-a-half days, Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon was opened Thursday afternoon to one lane of travel in each direction. The reopening put an end to motorists being forced to take detours of hundreds of miles, ...


Feds sue pipeline firm, say pension plan abandoned

By Charles Ashby

The U.S. Department of Labor filed suit in federal court Thursday against the former owner of a Fruita company that went out of business without paying some of its bills. The lawsuit was filed in U.S. District Court in Denver and alleges Carl ...


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