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Insects may bug you, but plants thrive on them

By Staff

Sometimes I am asked questions like, “What good are mosquitoes?” My granddaughter once asked me, “Why did God make leeches?” These kinds of questions really mean, “What good are they to me?” In fact, many ...


Broncos are growing up right before our eyes

By Rick Jussel

It’s fun watching the youngster grow. As recently as two months ago, the Denver Broncos were an infant — gurgling and burping and badly in need of nurturing at all times. They have grown rapidly, to the point where they are now a ...


Sustainability: Economics of Peace Conference II

By Adele Israel

I had the good fortune to travel to Sonoma, Calif., last week to attend The Economics of Peace conference sponsored by Praxis Peace Institute and RSF Social Finance. This conference shattered any illusions I had about having a handle on my ...


Insects may bug you, but plants thrive on them

By Staff

The insects are dying. It’s fall, and it’s turning cold. The honeybees in my hive are balled up at night now, and there isn’t much foraging even on the sunny days. I see spiders laying their eggs on the side of the house. A ...


Mavericks rout N.M. Highlands in volleyball

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Meagan Bosch has played every position on the front row this season for the Mesa State College volleyball team. “I’ll ask Coach where to warm up and he’ll say, ‘everywhere,’ ‘’ the junior ...


Poudre scores late TDs to top Fruita Monument in football

By Staff

A couple of late touchdowns Saturday cost the Fruita Monument High School football team as the Wildcats lost 31-7 to Poudre in Fort Collins. The Wildcats played the Impalas competitively, trailing only 10-0 at halftime. “They were ...


Generally accepted: Elk, mule deer population on par

By Dave Buchanan

Our next example of understanding what you read involves the recent proclamation by the Colorado Division of Wildlife saying the elk population on Grand Mesa is roughly one-third larger than estimated, and mule deer numbers are off by the same ...


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Yoga treat: Make time during your retreat for this hike above Ouray

By Staff

Yoga on the mountain. Five participants from last weekend’s Academy of Yoga retreat in Ridgway traveled a little farther south for a short afternoon hike above Ouray. Four of them posed — the Warrior Pose — beneath ...


Religion Briefs, Oct. 31, 2009

By Staff

Food donation theme of luncheon The Grand Junction Women’s Connection luncheon will be at 12:15 p.m. Nov. 12 at Two Rivers Convention Center. “The Bare Cupboard” is the theme. The luncheon will include a fundraising fair. ...


Chadron State uses defense to dominate Mavericks

By Staff

It was a dismal day for the Mesa State College football team. Chadron State dominated the line of scrimmage Saturday, rolling to a 31-7 RMAC victory at Don Beebe Stadium in Chadron, Neb. It was the Eagles’ sixthstraight victory over ...


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