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More school volunteers may need fingerprints

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More of School District 51’s 2,000-plus volunteers may be subject to fingerprinting next year if a district policy change is approved by the school board. Under current policy, only volunteers working one-on-one with students, such as ...


Blotter, April 18, 2011

By Staff

Assault on officer alleged Jacob Lee McCall, 34, homeless, was arrested Saturday in the 2600 block of North Seventh Street on suspicion of second degree-assault of a peace officer. McCall was arrested by a Mesa County sheriff’s deputy ...


Legislature This Week, April 18, 2011

By Staff

The House and Senate passed an $18 billion budget for fiscal 2012, but differences between the two versions, which are minor, have to be ironed out. The Joint Budget Committee will do that this week and send the revised measure to both ...


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Hispanic troupe gives audience rare treat

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Carolina Rodriguez remembers her first experience with Denver-based acting troupe Su Teatro. “It was awesome. You can go from laughing to crying in one show,” she said. Rodriguez, a member of the Mesa State College chapter of La ...


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Restoration begins on historic Ouray County building

By William Woody

COLONA —  Restoration has begun on the historic Colona School, a structure with a legacy built by the people who walked its halls for the past 94 years. In the first phase of restoration, work on the exterior doors, windows and ...


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Young Mavs excited about lacrosse future

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Notre Dame de Namur’s men’s lacrosse roster lists six seniors and a graduate student. Mesa State’s roster has one senior, Ryan Swope, a pickup from the football team who was on the sidelines on crutches after injuring his ...


Death Notice: April 18, 2011

By Staff

Lois C. Couey, 94, Cedaredge, died April 12, 2011, at Delta County Memorial Hospital. Services will take place at 10 a.m. today at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Cedaredge. Burial will follow at Eckert Cemetery. She is ...


Central, Coal Ridge, take top honors at music festival

By Staff

Central and Coal Ridge high schools achieved the highest combined scores for their music performance groups at the 86th annual Colorado West Invitational Music Performance Festival that took place April 14–16 at various locations in the ...


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Student of the Week: PHS senior Megan Quintana

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GPA: 4.109 After-school activities: theatre, writers group, National Honor Society. Favorite book: “World War Z” by Max Brooks. Favorite TV show: “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.” Favorite band or musician: ...


Scholarships: April 18, 2011

By Staff

Ann Marie Weber, a 2007 graduate of Fruita Monument High School and a senior graduating next month from the University of Notre Dame, has been awarded a Fulbright Scholarship for 2011-12. The scholarship is given to students who plan to study, ...


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