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Ride the wave to learn how sound is transmitted

By Gary McCallister

Imagine that you are carefully submerged in a pool of water to the level of halfway up the pupil of your eye. Half of your view is above water and the other half below. Imagine that the water is as smooth as glass. Then imagine what happens ...


Western Slope, Denver near agreement on water deal

By Dennis Webb

A pending deal five years in the making and involving nearly 30 parties seeks to ensure Denver Water’s ability to divert additional Colorado River water while helping resolve Western Slope concerns. The agreement is expected to require ...


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Dollars for child-care assistance drying up

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Low-income families long have been able to rely on a federal program that provided them cash to help pay for child care, enabling parents to hold down a job, seek work or go back to school. But a steady decline in program funding, coupled ...


Dems to describe their own vision for redistricting of state

By Charles Ashby

Senate Democrats plan to introduce their own congressional district map next week, saying a bipartisan panel looking at doing that has fulfilled its obligations. Sen. Rollie Heath, D-Boulder and co-chairman of the Joint Select Committee on ...


Search for gas yields oil instead

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Oil is trickling into a southeast Mesa County well that was drilled to explore the potential of the region below Grand Mesa for natural gas. The well, drilled east of Whitewater by Fram Operating LLC, hit oil in June and has produced about ...


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Tigers get defensive in win over ‘Cats

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The Grand Junction High School girls lacrosse team doesn’t have a problem scoring goals. The Tigers usually struggle to come up with defensive stops — until Friday. The Tigers (8-0) allowed a season-low four goals to defeat ...


Mavs split baseball doubleheader with Metro

By Staff

Jared Christensen threw a complete-game five-hitter Friday and the Mesa State baseball team pounded out 14 hits in a 7-4 win over Metro State in the first game of a doubleheader split in Denver. The Mavericks (23-14, 21-10 RMAC) lost the ...


Prep lacrosse scores, April 22, 2011

By Staff

Boys Grand Junction 15, Telluride 5 Friday at Canyon View Park Halftime score: GJ 8-1. Goals (assists): T—Beveridge 5; GJ—Luke Olson 5, Chris States 3, Ryan Arnold 2, Jake Knight, Paul Dohm, Zach Kiel, Luke Dohm, Nic ...


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Phil Wertman Invite presents different challenge to athletes

By Patrick Bahr

At the midway point of the track season, coaches are looking for anything to shake things up. Friday night’s Phil Wertman Invitational at Stocker Stadium provided just the right thing for the eight teams participating. “I love ...


Prep swimming results, April 22, 2011

By Staff

Montrose Triangular Friday at Montrose EVENT RESULTS 200 medley relay: 1. Montrose, 1:43.39; 2. Durango, 1:53.71; 3. Moffat County, 1:56.63. 200 freestyle:  1. Koysta Callihan, M, 1:54.64; 2. Derek Slone, M, 2:00.31; 3. John Kirk, MC, ...


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