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Prep football scores, Oct. 15, 2010

By Staff

Friday’s Scores Otis 63, Lone Star 0 Lyons 59, Cornerstone Christian Academy 6 Fort Collins 41, Rocky Mountain 14 Lakewood 33, Denver East 21 Valor Christian 42, Castle View 3 Windsor 20, Sterling 6 Erie 28, Silver Creek ...


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The Sean show: Rubalcaba’s big game helps GJ shut down Montrose

By Patrick Bahr

MONTROSE — Grand Junction High School senior lineman Cody Cottrell remembers two seasons ago, the last time he played a football game in Montrose. The Indians dominated Grand Junction 35-0, then unveiled their 2008 Southwestern ...


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Moore’s FG lifts Central past Demons

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When Daniel Moore showed up to football practice at the start of the season, he was known as “this guy from soccer.” Moore made a name for himself Friday night, kicking a 20-yard field goal with one-tenth of a second left to lift ...


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Mavs can’t slow Lopers: Kearney gets payback for earlier loss

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Mesa State’s volleyball team might have surprised Nebraska-Kearney about a month ago, when the Mavericks upended the Lopers, then ranked seventh in the nation, on their home floor. There was no surprise Friday night at Brownson ...


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Nun who started St. Mary’s Hospital memorialized in bronze sculpture

By Rachel Sauer

To look at her face now, serene in bronze, is to see barely more than a girl. She was so young. But look closer and there is determination in her clear eyes, and hope and faith. And there is love. Sister Mary Balbina Farrell could not have ...


Blotter, Oct. 16, 2010

By Staff

Jail visitor arrested, too A woman who attempted to visit an inmate at Mesa County Jail wound up in jail herself, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. Tiffani Marie Curtis, 26, was arrested on a warrant at the jail at ...


Widower, 81, ID’d in fatality with SUV, cart

By Amy Hamilton

Most people knew Robert Tracy as the older man who zoomed around town on his shaded, electric cart. Others knew him as a Shriner, who never missed a parade or the chance to dress up as a clown. That same clown-face trademark is plastered on ...


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Montrose church plans events to help pastor with mounting cancer expenses

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MONTROSE — Cancer is an overwhelming burden by itself. Fighting it without insurance might seem hopeless. That’s what Rosemont Baptist Church pastor Kim Bearden is facing, but the 56-year-old has kept a positive spirit. His ...


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This October balmier than usual

By Amy Hamilton

Hang onto those shorts. Don’t put away the sandals just yet. Never mind that the calendar says it’s mid-October. High temperatures lately hitting the mid-70s in the afternoon hardly feel like fall weather at all. Temperatures ...


Religion Briefs, Oct. 16, 2010

By Staff

Pumpkin Sunday at Landmark Baptist This week is Pumpkin Sunday at Landmark Baptist Church, 2711 Unaweep Ave. Children ages 2 through 12 who attend Sunday school will receive a free pumpkin to take home. Sunday school is at 10 a.m. and church ...


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