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Pair of wins has Mavs playing for RMAC title

By Staff

It’s the time of year Chris Hanks wants two things from his baseball team: First, obviously, is to win. Second, have fun. The Mavericks did both Saturday in the RMAC tournament, defeating Nebraska-Kearney 18-7 to reach the ...


Mesa State softball team falls short in extra-inning title game

By Staff

One month ago, not many would have given the Mesa State College softball team a chance to be a factor in the RMAC tournament. Not only were the Mavericks a factor, they were one play away from winning the title. The Mavericks lost 11-9 in 10 ...


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Mesa State tennis team makes history, advances to nationals

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Rashad Khamis has been pulled off the court too many times when tennis matches have been clinched. Saturday at the Elliott Tennis Center, the Mesa State senior wanted to make sure he left on his own accord. Khamis breezed to a 6-1, 6-4 ...


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Art comes down to make room for new pieces

By Staff

What goes up, must come down in downtown Grand Junction. Work began early Saturday morning to take down multiple sculptures that were part of the city’s Art on the Corner Exhibit during the past year and replace them with different ...


Blotter, May 9, 2010

By Staff

Harassment alleged Twin brothers Roger Alden Kemp and Emil Thomas Kemp, 23, both of 2796 Cheyenne Drive, were arrested Friday afternoon on suspicion of felony harassment/stalking, trespassing and violation of a protection order for repeated ...


You Said It, May 9, 2010

By Staff

Drill, baby ... ah ... er ... ah ... spill! Oops! Exxon effectively thwarted claimants’ rights to receive payments for lost revenue in a court battle after the Exxon Valdez spilled oil in the Alaskan peninsula. Let’s hope that BP ...


Death Notices, May 9, 2010

By Staff

Bertha Beyeler, 93, Fruita, died May 7, 2010, at Family Health West. Services are 1 p.m. Monday at New Elmwood Cemetery in Fruita. Ms. Beyeler was a farmer. Survivors include one brother, Fred R. Beyeler of Fruita; and two sisters, Rose ...


Most summer classes for extended learning to be available online

By Emily Shockley

Summer extended-learning classes will look a little different at the high school level this year in School District 51. Budget constraints led the district to rethink summer learning costs. Instead of offering a traditional classroom ...


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Walkers join up in fight against mystery malady

By Melinda Mawdsley

Sherene Clowers sometimes lets her 5-year-old daughter watch when she injects herself. Clowers admits some people might think her daughter is too young to be exposed to something as potentially scary as medicine and disease. But Clowers ...


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Good weather makes endurance single-track bike race great time for riders

By Scott Schlaufman

Sitting on a couch under some shade at Highline Lake State Park on Saturday, Troy Rarick couldn’t help but enjoy the sunny weather. “It’s perfect,” said Rarick, the owner of the Over the Edge Sports shop in Fruita and ...


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