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Mavs force second title game in baseball

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A 20-hit attack led the Mesa State College baseball team to a 15-8 victory today over New Mexico Highlands to force a second championship game in the RMAC tournament in Kearney, Neb. The Mavericks (36-17) play the Cowboys (38-11) at 10 a.m. ...

Mesa tennis team wins regional title

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Mesa State College’s men’s tennis team qualified for the NCAA Division II national tournament for the first time in school history today, defeating St. Cloud (Minn.) State 5-1 at Elliott Tennis Center. The Mavericks won two of the ...

Printed letters, May 9, 2010

By Staff

SB 191 is not what’s best for state’s public education My husband and I have taught high school special education at Fruita Monument High School for nine years. We do not have tenure. We do have due process rights given to us by ...

Metro routs Mesa softball to force if necessary game

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Metro State’s offense exploded for 19 runs on 20 hits to defeat the Mesa State softball team 19-6 to force another game for the RMAC tournament champioship in Denver. The Roadrunners broke a 3-3 tie with three runs in the fifth then ...

Mesa baseball team reaches title game

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Mesa State’s baseball team scored eight runs in the fourth inning and five more in the sixth this afternoon to defeat the University of Nebraska-Kearney 18-7 in the RMAC baseball tournament. The win put the Mavericks into the ...

Colo. man convicted of shooting self in groin

By The AP

BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. — A Colorado man who claimed he was trying to defend himself from a mugger when he shot himself in the groin has been convicted of illegal discharge of a firearm. Investigators say there was no evidence to ...

Pot activists enlisting moms for legalization push

By The AP

DENVER — Moms got tougher drunk-driving laws on the books and were directly responsible for passing and then repealing alcohol Prohibition. Now marijuana activists are trying to enlist the nation’s mothers in legalization efforts ...

Taliban vow new Afghan offensive with Karzai in U.S.

By The AP

KABUL — In an attempt to steal the spotlight from Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s trip to Washington, the Taliban on Saturday threatened to launch a series of attacks across Afghanistan — a claim the defense minister quickly ...

Swiggart going to state tournament as singles player

By Scott Schlaufman

For the past three years, Kylee Swiggart was a doubles player. Last year, Swiggart teamed up with Sara Bearss at the No. 1 doubles spot to win Steamboat Springs’ lone state championship. But after the Sailors lost several players ...

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The highest Rock: Nelson Rock wants to top brother’s high jump mark

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Nelson Rock would love nothing more than to beat his brother’s best result and qualify for state in the high jump. The Grand Junction High School junior has come close, but is still a couple of inches short. Rock came close to winning ...

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