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Herds of desert bighorn sheep flourishing in southwestern Colorado

By Dave Buchanan

Thanks to steady restoration efforts by Colorado Parks and Wildlife, herds of desert bighorn sheep continue to flourish and grow in southwestern Colorado. Desert bighorn sheep (Ovis Canadensis nelsoni) are native to the arid regions of the ...


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Silt’s Jackie Gross finishes close second in year-long Extreme Huntress contest

By Staff

Jackie Gross of Silt won’t be the Tahoe Films’ 2012 Extreme Huntress but she’s already a winner in every sense. According to an email Jackie sent Friday morning, she finished a close second in the year-long contest. Because ...


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Panama City has skyline full of high-rise buildings, tropical rainforest

By Staff

Panama City, Panama, was not what I’d expected. I knew it’s metro population was about 1.3 million, but I did not expect it to be — well, so tall! Its dense skyline of high-rise buildings outlines its status as a hub for ...


CMU wrestlers pick up three wins at Tracy Borah duals

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GUNNISON - The Colorado Mesa University wrestling team went 3-1 in the Tracy Borah Duals at Western State College. The Mavericks (5-6) defeated Newman (Kan.) University 33-15, Air Force Academy’s JV 27-18 and Western Wyoming Community ...


Homegrown: Lawn out, garden in. Here’s how

By Dennis Hill

I would like to expand our garden into a grassy area of our lawn. I can rent a sod cutter to get most of the lawn. What should I use before I plant this spring to permanently get rid of the grass? — Sid from Centennial You’re ...


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Padgett leads Wildcats to easy win over rival Tigers

By Nick Walter

There were but a few moments for Alex Padgett to look around and absorb the best of high school basketball. This is his last chance, and he knew it. The senior will never be in an atmosphere quite like this again. Two seas of students, ...


Poor shooting dooms Mavs against Western

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GUNNISON — There are nights when the shots don’t fall. On those nights, the Colorado Mesa University men’s basketball team usually makes up for it with free throws. The Mavericks (8-7, 6-5 RMAC) couldn’t get either to ...


Broncos have what it takes to beat Pats

By Rick Jussel

It was Dec. 18 in Denver and on hand was big bad Bill Belichick, Hall of Fame to-be quarterback Tom Brady and the rest of the New England Patriots. The Broncos were riding a six-game winning streak, the Patriots were at five and ...


Girls boxscores, Jan. 13

By Staff

Friday’s Scores Aspen 49, Cedaredge 44 Rifle 50, Coal Ridge 40 Hotchkiss 32, Gunnison 26 Central 54,  Montezuma-Cortez 48 CORTEZ Naomi Pinnecoose 1 0-0 3, Abby Chupp 1 0-0 2, Miranda Elliot 2 6-8 10, Sydney Bayles 4 8-10 19, ...


Boys boxscores, Jan. 13

By Staff

Friday’s Scores Aspen 69, Cedaredge 51 Rifle 70, Coal Ridge 64 Meeker 59, Plateau Valley 42 Grand Valley 53, Olathe 50 Montrose 59, Durango 55 OT Fruita Monument 64, Grand Junction 34 FRUITA MONUMENT Devin Winstanley 1 2-6 4, ...


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