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Mountain College to raise its tuition 9 percent by summer

By Dennis Webb

Colorado Mountain College is raising tuition 9 percent in response to declines in property tax revenues and state funding. The college’s board on Monday voted unanimously in favor of the tuition hikes, which take effect this ...


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Suspect caught near Mack; 2nd man sought in Fruita robbery

By Amy Hamilton

Residents of the sagebrush-covered hills north of Mack were advised to lock their doors and keep their eyes peeled for a Hispanic male in his 20s, wearing dark clothing, after police arrested his suspected accomplice in two vehicle thefts and ...


Mesa State lacrosse team falls in first game

By Staff

College Lacrosse Mavs fall to Pace (N.Y.) in first game Mesa State’s first lacrosse game ended in an 11-7 loss to Pace (N.Y.) University on Monday in Phoenix, and the Mavs left the field thinking one might have gotten away. “We ...


Cardinals draw Rifle Bears

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — A fast start against the Basalt High School boys basketball team Monday night quickly put the Rifle Bears in the proverbial driver’s seat in their Class 3A Western Slope League district tournament play-in game. Rian Creech ...


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A long time coming: Schmalz has Fruita Monument girls excited about hosting

By Patrick Bahr

Fruita Monument is finally home again. For the first time since 1999, the Wildcats girls basketball team is hosting a Class 5A playoff game at 7 tonight, taking on Rampart. “We still get to play at home and that’s important to ...


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Grand Valley using tough defense to succeed

By Jon Mitchell

PARACHUTE — Offense was always at the front of Jake Higuera’s mind when he played basketball at Grand Valley High School. Defense was a second thought. Now, 10 years after he graduated from high school and two years into his job ...


Coloradans lack understanding about obesity, healthful lifestyle, survey shows

By Staff

New research from LiveWell Colorado indicates that many Coloradans have a hard time accurately identifying obesity and underestimate what it means to be overweight or obese. Many also have a hard time understanding these concerns in terms of ...


Briefs, Feb. 22, 2011

By Staff

Meeting to discuss monument Wednesday U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., will host a listening session at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday on changing Colorado National Monument to a national park. Udall has said he is considering introducing a measure that ...


Death notices, Feb. 22, 2011

By Staff

Harlow “PeeWee” Brown, 95, Fruita, died Feb. 20, 2011, at The Willows. Visitation is from 4-5 p.m. Wednesday at Martin Mortuary. Services are at 10 a.m. Thursday at Grand Junction Memorial Gardens. Mr. Brown was a radio and ...


Health Briefs, Feb. 22, 2011

By Staff

Hospice receives federal loan and grant Hospice & Palliative Care of Western Colorado recently received a $147,500 loan and $50,000 grant from the federal government to buy a facility for its administrative staff. The U.S. Department of ...


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