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Prep football, Sept. 11, 2010

By William Woody

The Olathe Pirates battled Florence in 2A and the Montrose Indians beat the Demons of Glenwood Springs. See Sports for complete results.  ...


Mesa volleyball team upends No. 7 Kearney

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Mesa State College’s volleyball team pulled off an upset tonight of No. 7 Nebraska-Kearney in Kearney, Neb., defeating the Lopers in five games in the Loper Classic. The Mavericks got 14 kills each from Antoinette McCormick, Meagan ...


Changes in store for Gunnison Basin

By Dave Buchanan

The game-rich Gunnison Basin has long been one of the state’s more-popular elk-hunting areas. However, in recent years changes in land use and access have affected the ability of hunters to harvest elk. Some of the large private land ...


Stumbling economy hasn’t been kind to outfitters

By Dave Buchanan

The ongoing recession hasn’t been kind to Colorado’s professional hunting outfitters. At last count, more than a third of the state’s approximately 160 registered hunting outfitters haven’t renewed their 2010 ...


E-mail letters, Sept. 10, 2010

By Staff

Party leaders want their choice, not Maes The Republican Party is the biggest foe Dan Maes has. They did not get their anointed one on the ballot and have not been able to force Dan off so they could name their choice. Instead, they are ...


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Outlook for upcoming deer season is ‘fantastic’ says big-game manager

By Dave Buchanan

Great news can come in small packages. For example, when asked his opinion of how Colorado’s upcoming deer season will fare, State Big Game Manager Andy Holland had one word: “Fantastic.” That’s all? What about ...


Way back when elk hunting was more challenging than it is today

By Staff

Today’s elk hunters are so accustomed to seeing large herds of elk that few remember the time when elk were rare to encounter. Old-timers from Durango love to recount how the sight of an elk near town 40 years ago was enough to incite a ...


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Raised in a hunting family

By Dave Buchanan

A few of the interesting things to know about David Leach and his family. He’s self-employed (owner of Pro Powder Coating in Grand Junction), is an avid hunter equally comfortable with bow and rifle, has a wife, Terri, and two sons, ...


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Weather or no weather; elk hunting looks bright

By Staff

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. “Hunting success depends greatly on the weather.” Over the 24 years this writer has been covering big-game season forecasts, the final line always is the same. If the weather ...


Colorado Mountain Winefest recognized by national mag

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Colorado Mountain Winefest, which continues to garner state and national attention, takes place Thursday through Sunday, Sept. 16–19, in our own backyard. The Festival in the Park on Saturday will see 56 Colorado wineries offering ...


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