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Central wins SWL wrestling title

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Central High School swept all five of its duals Saturday to win the Southwestern League wrestling title at Grand Junction High School. The Warriors needed a second tiebreaker criteria (wins by pins and/or forfeits) to defeat Grand Junction ...


State Patrol: DUI checkpoints today in Mesa County

By Staff

The Colorado State Patrol’s Fruita troop said DUI checkpoints are scheduled today in Mesa County. The release doesn’t specify times or locations, but says checkpoints and increased patrols will move throughout the county on Feb. ...


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Have cabin fever? February offers perfect time to get out and fish

By Dave Buchanan

Maybe it’s because February has the fewest number of days that it has the most ice-fishing tournaments. Can you say “cabin fever?” Two regional tournaments will take place Feb. 11 when hard-water anglers can soothe their ...


Tweet retreat: Friends know the conditions now with social media

By Dave Buchanan

The social media movement has changed how you eat, who you date and even who you marry. Now, it’s changing where and how you ski. If you remember double chair lifts, you might remember getting up at oh-dark-thirty to catch the early ...


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Survey indicates hunters, anglers support conservation

By Dave Buchanan

A recent survey of sportsmen in six western states indicates strong support among conservative and moderate hunters and anglers for continuing protection of clean air, clean water, natural areas and wildlife. The survey, conducted for the ...


Police clear tents from Occupy site in DC; 7 held

By The Associated Press

WASHINGTON — Dozens of U.S. Park Police officers in riot gear and on horseback converged before dawn Saturday on one of the nation’s last remaining Occupy sites, with police clearing away tents they said were banned under park ...


No perjury charges for mother of slaying suspect

By The Associated Press

DURANGO — Prosecutors in La Plata County are declining to file perjury charges for now against a woman whose son is suspected of killing her son-in-law. Joseph Dernoga is being held on suspicion of first-degree murder in the shooting ...


Okla., Colo. governors push natural gas vehicles

By The Associated Press

OKLAHOMA CITY — The governors of Oklahoma and Colorado are leading an initiative to increase the use of natural gas vehicles in their state automobile fleets. Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin and Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper hope the ...


Proposals could mean big change for Colorado water

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Opponents of two proposed ballot initiatives on water say the measures could change the way Colorado has handled water rights for decades. Denver-area resident Phillip Doe has proposed amending the state constitution to ...


Storm goes east after dumping on Colorado

By The Associated Press

DENVER — The most powerful storm of the winter season pounded Colorado with up to 6 feet of snow in the Rocky Mountain foothills and forced the cancellation of more than 600 flights in Denver before heading east toward the central ...


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