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Man dies, 3 sickened in trailer at Delta park

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A Delta man died from carbon monoxide poisoning and three other adults were sickened over the holiday weekend at a recreational vehicle park in Delta, authorities said Monday. Delta County Coroner Chalmer Swain ruled 50-year-old Jack ...

Mesa State Basketball Results, Monday, Jan. 3

By Staff

Mesa State 63, Regis 53 Men Monday at Brownson Arena REGIS (3-7, 1-6) Korell 3-11 1-2 9, Johansen 2-5 3-4 7, Conley 2-5 0-0 4, Lee 1-3 3-5 5, Mitchell 9-17 5-5 23, Ledesma 1-5 0-0 3 bales 0-1 0-0 0, Saners 0-1 0-0 0, Brennan 0-0 0-0 0, ...

Big men lead Mavs past Regis University

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Once they got out of each other’s way, the lane opened up Monday night for the bigs on the Mesa State College men’s basketball team. “We started out in our three-inside offense and they were mucking it up,” coach Jim ...

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Changing the culture: Mavericks making Walters proud as program progresses

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Roger Walters preaches changing the culture of the Mesa State College women’s basketball program. He got an inkling Monday night that it’s changing. “They were fired up at shootaround. They thought they let one get away ...

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928 National Guard Deployment

By William Woody

Members of the ‘Witch Doctors’ were the guests of honor at Friendship Hall in Montrose Monday afternoon for a deployment ceremony.  ...

Jean White to replace husband in Senate

By Charles Ashby

Jean White will be the new legislator to represent Senate District 8. The northwest Colorado district’s vacancy committee named White this evening to replace her husband, Sen. Al White, R-Hayden, who resigned the seat to become head of ...

Grapes need to be cold hardy to turn out fruitful

By Dave Buchanan

That sound on the roof? It’s not reindeer, it’s the other shoe dropping. The lingering late-fall weather might be great for travelers, golfers and shoppers, but it is just another reason to worry for grape farmers. They know it ...

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Woman left legacy for birders, wildflower enthusiasts

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Lucy Ferril Ela stood only 5 feet tall, but she was a giant among the birders of the world. A section of the Colorado Riverfront Trail system honors her efforts in organizing the Audubon Society in Grand Junction. Here is Lucy’s story, ...

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Downtown businesses nervous about effect of construction

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Downtown business owners have mixed feelings about the second phase of the Downtown Uplift project which began Monday. The project will add new lighting, replace the asphalt with concrete, replace aging trees, upgrade storm lines, and add new ...


Woman faces addiction, strives to put it behind her

By Rachel Sauer

Not long ago, she looked in the mirror and saw a slut. She saw a worthless whore whose life amounted to using and being used. She saw a tramp whose back roads were strewn with guys who were no damn good. She saw a criminal. She saw a ...

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