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Prep notebook: Players and coaches are ready to start soccer season

By Staff

The warmer weather couldn’t have come at a better time. Tryouts for spring sports began Monday and, in some cases, continue through this week. The warmer weather should help the four new coaches in the valley to see what their players ...

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A point well made: Daniels’ play at point guard a big plus for Wildcats

By Patrick Bahr

As your point guard goes, so goes your team. That’s the case for the Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team. Led by two-year starter Tyler Daniels, the Wildcats (17-6) have won their past 20 Southwestern League games and play ...

The monument at 100: What to call a monolith (besides big)

By Eric Sandstrom

This is the third in a series of weekly columns about Colorado National Monument in honor of the park’s centennial anniversary on May 24. Curious visitors to Colorado National Monument often ask me, “Like, where’s the ...

Montrose hospital fills vacant board positions

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Directors of the Montrose Memorial Hospital Inc. board filled three vacant seats to their nine-member governing board last weekend, preparing the board for a possible April transfer of administration. The new MMHI board ...

Mesa State men’s basketball falls short against Fort Lewis

By Patrick Bahr

The Mavericks lost in the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference shootout 74-66 to Fort Lewis College. Mesa State led 33-32 at halftime, but were outscored 42-33 in the second half. The Mavericks were led by Kalonji Paschal, ...

Grand Junction girls basketball defeat Palmer 48-41

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team pulled the Sweet 16 upset defeating Palmer 48-41. The Tigers had a 19-4 first quarter lead, but saw the Terrors fight their way back into it. Palmer cut the Tigers’ lead to 42-41 ...

E-mail letters, March 1, 2011

By Staff

Our economy is held hostage by EPA Some thoughts on Adele Israel’s Feb. 26 “Sustainability” column: Using tax dollars to fund “listening sessions,” “support cross-agency initiatives for America’s ...

Battlement Mesa draft looks at drilling impacts

By The AP

DENVER — A draft assessment of potential health impacts of natural gas drilling in Battlement Mesa in western Colorado says residents would most likely be affected by chemical exposures through air emissions during development, ...

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Boulder blast

By Christopher Tomlinson

Work crews explode a boulder that fell near Hwy 65: Tuesday, March 1, 2011  ...


Cops: Carjacking not random; cash found in stolen car

By Paul Shockley

A vehicle targeted in a carjacking last week in Fruita, spurring a police pursuit and manhunt near Mack, had a “substantial” amount of cash hidden in a secret compartment, Fruita police Sgt. John Coughran said today. The occupants ...

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