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CU’s Bohn hopes new conference generates excitement

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The University of Colorado’s move to the Pacific-10 Conference opens up several possibilities for the Buffaloes. One of the conference’s best sports is baseball, and CU will be the only school in the conference without an NCAA ...


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Breaking free: Brabec moves up to championship freestyle at Big Sky Open

By Patrick Bahr

Randy Brabec won’t be defending his title. This weekend at the Big Sky Open archery tournament at the DoubleTree Hotel, Brabec is shooting in the men’s championship freestyle division. Brabec had won the previous five titles in ...


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Quartet of Dolphins show their stuff in 13-14 age group

By Scott Schlaufman

With a third-place finish in the 200-meter butterfly at the Grand Junction Dolphins Invitational swim meet Saturday, Taylor Kidd had plenty of reason to be proud. But for the 14-year-old Dolphins swimmer, her time of 2 minutes, 57.42 seconds ...


Building blocks: CU coaches, AD excited about future of football, hoops teams

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The University of Colorado isn’t just changing conferences. The Buffs made several in-house changes over the past year. The most notable change came with former Colorado football player Jon Embree taking over as the head football coach, ...


Dolphin Invitational results, June 18, 2011

By Staff

2011 Grand Junction Dolphin Invitational Saturday at El Pomar Natatorium Team Results 1.Loveland Swim Club, 933; 2. Falfins Swimming, 542; 3. Montrose Marlins, 513; 4. Rocky Mountain Thunder, 334; 5. Front Range Barracudas, 332; 6. Dixie ...


Big Sky Open results, June 18, 2011

By Staff

2011 Big Sky Open Day Two Results June 18 DoubleTree Hotel Men Championship Freestyle Reo Wilde 585 Tim Gillingham 584 Jeremy Terhune 581 Logan Wilde 580 Duane Price 574 Nicholas Annen 571 Roger Hoyle 571 Ray Tenbrook 570 Bill ...


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Race fans champing at the bit

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Horse racing is continuing its thunderous comeback across the Western Slope as more and more dates are being added to accommodate large crowds that want to see people and ponies compete. In Montrose on Saturday, six races ...


You Said It, June 19, 2011

By Staff

Everyone has a right to display art that suits their individual taste. It is not censorship. I’m not a censor because I don’t have a velvet Elvis painting in my home, I just have better sense than to display something ugly. I ...


Montrose installing roundabout

By Staff

Montrose installing roundabout MONTROSE — Beginning Monday, construction on Woodgate Road at the intersection with Ogden Road will close three of the four legs of the intersection. The $1.5 million project will align the east and west ...


School meal fees will stay the same

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Food will cost School District 51 more next year, but parents and students won’t pay the difference with a meal-price increase. School breakfast prices will remain at $1.25 for elementary students and $1.35 for middle and high school ...


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