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Search team returns to field in Birgfeld case

By Paul Shockley

Searchers spent nearly four hours Friday covering two fields looking for evidence in the 2007 disappearance of Paige Birgfeld. The effort was the second in three days at 23 Road and Logos Court,  south of Interstate 70. Seven Mesa ...


Local Briefs, May 7, 2011

By Staff

Educational session set on Medicare The Senior Health Insurance Program will have an educational session Wednesday specifically for new Medicare beneficiaries needing assistance with making choices. The session is at 10 a.m. at Mesa County ...


Blotter, May 7, 2011

By Staff

Fences taken from theater Crime Stoppers of Mesa County is asking for information that may lead to the arrest of a person or people involved in a theft from the Avalon Theatre. Between March 11 and March 18, four chain-link-panel fences were ...


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Compact discus: Church’s small size doesn’t hinder him in discus throw

By Patrick Bahr

Tyler Church is proving it’s not how big you are, it’s how far you throw. Friday, the Fruita Monument High School junior tossed his discus 141 feet, 8 inches during the first day of the Tiger Invitational at Stocker ...


Lack of clutch hits costly as Mavs swept

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It was there for the taking — several times. The RMAC Mountain Division title will come down to four games — a pair of doubleheaders today at Suplizio Field in Grand Junction and Rawlings Field in Pueblo. Mesa State let an ...


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Grand Gents making their presence felt on rugby field

By Patrick Bahr

They may be new to the rugby scene, but that hasn’t kept them from making noise. The Grand Gents, a club rugby team with a combination of players from District 51 schools and Carbondale, Aspen and Glenwood Springs, have made it to the ...


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In first year at singles, GJ’s McGinnis wins regional title

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Anna McGinnis might be a first-year varsity singles player, but that didn’t change her goal or determination. The Grand Junction High School senior won the Class 5A Region 6 No. 3 singles title to qualify for the state championships ...


Exercise science degree approved for Mesa State

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Mesa State College will have a new degree offering this fall: a bachelor of science in exercise science. The Colorado Commission on Higher Education gave final approval Friday afternoon during a meeting in Denver. The new program will take ...


Strong second half lifts Palisade to victory

By Staff

The Palisade High School girls soccer team played well in the second half to earn a 2-0 victory over Steamboat Springs. Friday at the Peach Bowl, after a scoreless first half for both teams, the Bulldogs scored twice in the second half to ...


Pregnancy prevention programs likely will stay, with exclusion of Planned Parenthood

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A measure to continue two successful teen pregnancy-prevention programs on the Western Slope and expand them statewide appears headed for passage. That became clear Friday when the House gave preliminary approval to SB177, but ...


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