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All-RMAC softball team, May 3, 2011

By Staff

All-RMAC Team First Team *Kelly Unkrich, Soph., P, Colorado Mines; Bianca Holley, Sr., P, Regis; Alisa Heronema, Sr., C, Regis; Kristen Payne, Fr., 1B, Adams State; Ashly Eichenberger, Jr., 2B, Western N.M.; #Rebecca Lindquest, Jr., 3B, ...


Davis leads Palisade soccer team past Eagle Valley

By Staff

Palisade High School soccer player Flannery Davis scored four goals in a 5-0 win over Eagle Valley. Tuesday at the Peach Bowl, Davis helped turn a 2-0 halftime lead into a lopsided, shutout win. “In the first half there was no ...


Mesa State’s Hilts, Casillas make national golf tournament

By Staff

This was the year the Mesa State College women’s golf team was set on qualifying as a team for the NCAA Division II national championships. Tuesday, the Mavericks fell three strokes short of that goal, but Kristina Casillas and Jennifer ...


Health insurance exchange bill advances in House

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — The Colorado House gave preliminary approval Tuesday to a bill creating a health care exchange similar to what was proposed in the controversial federal health care reform law passed last year. But don’t fret, supporters ...


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Hale’s big goal lifts Fruita Monument girls soccer team past Grand Junction

By Patrick Bahr

Michael Jordan had “The Shot,” John Elway orchestrated “The Drive,” and Tuesday night at Walker Field, Fruita Monument’s Megan Hale made “The Goal.” Hale broke a scoreless tie against Grand Junction ...


Prep Notebook: Wildcats’ Daniels to play for Mavericks

By Staff

Fruita Monument High School senior Tyler Daniels signed a letter of intent recently to play football at Mesa State College. Daniels will get a chance to play for coach Shawn Marsh again after he left the Fruita program to become an assistant ...


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Tigers top rival Wildcats in regular-season baseball finale at Suplizio Field

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Hutten Veatch is comfortable hitting in the late innings with the game on the line. The Grand Junction High School junior came through with a big three-run home run to lead the 10th-ranked Tigers to a 14-9 victory over Fruita Monument in each ...


E-mail letters, May 3, 2011

By Staff

Oil shale and tar sands are just tax write-offs Water should be the most important and most well-guarded resource that we have in Colorado and the West. Water is especially more important than oil shale and tar sands development here in the ...


Grand Valley Magazine to cease publishing

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Grand Valley Magazine’s May issue will be its last, according to Publisher Krystyn Hartman. Hartman said Tuesday an increase in postage prices and distribution issues led her to decide to stop publishing the magazine. “I’m ...


Bookcliff Country Club Ladies League May 3, 2011

By Staff

Bookcliff Ladies' League - May 3, 2011 Ladies Day T1st Marty J., Mo B., Danny P., Anita K. 73 T1st Sally M., Barb L., Wilma B., Debbie ...


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