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Locals answer call of needy around globe

By Rachel Sauer

Even as the economy roils, we have a lot. Through the foreclosures, the price hikes, the pink slips and the bad news, more often than not there’s food in the cupboard and gas in the tank. Not always, of course. In every town, in every ...

Three authors to read at event

By Staff

Three authors to read at event The Poets & Writers of Colorado Mesa University Reading Series will continue Thursday with three authors. Carol Christ, John Nizalowski and Luis Silva-Villar will read at the event that is set to begin at ...

Paonia’s Rieder pinned in finals

By Robert Garcia

Morgan Rieder, of Paonia High School, came into the Class 2A 182-pound state title match ranked No. 5. His challenge would be to find a way to defeat the No. 1 ranked Tyler Korf of Yuma. Rieder, a three-time state qualifer and sixth place ...

Grand Junction’s Hoffschneider a state champion

By Robert Garcia

Grand Junction High School senior Jesse Hoffschneider knows the agony of defeat, and now he feels the thrill of victory. Hoffschneider owns a history as a three-time state medalist and two-time state runnerup. Now he can add stepping up to ...

Montrose’s Hudson upsets two-time state champ

By Robert Garcia

Do you believe in miracles? Facing a two-time state champion in the finals of the Colorado State Wrestling championships can be daunting. For Montrose High School senior Geordon Hudson, that is what awaited him in the Class 4A 145-pound ...

Bulldogs’ Salazar keeps it close in loss

By Robert Garcia

Palisade High School’s Daniel Salazar had wrestled Cody Weitzel of Valor Christian twice before this year prior to facing one another in this evening’s Class 4A 132-pound state title match. Both times Weitzel, won by safe margins. ...

Three of a kind for Olathe’s Shank

By Robert Garcia

When you end your high school career with a record of 160-11, chances are there area numerous tournament titles in that time span. For Olathe’s Zach Shank, you can count three state titles after he defeated Alamosa’s senior Zach ...

Montrose’s Banuelos pinned in finals

By Robert Garcia

Montrose High School sophomore Jeremiah Banuelos was making his first appearance at the Colorado State Wrestling Championships tonight. Banuelos was pinned in 3:44 by Steve Turner, a junior from Discovery Canyon, in the Class 4A state title ...

Coal train derailed in De Beque Canyon

By Paul Shockley

A 104-car Union Pacific train was parked Saturday night in De Beque Canyon after derailing. The train, loaded down with coal from the West Elk Mine in Arco and bound for Kentucky, was halted around 5:50 p.m. when one of its cars went off the ...

Tiger freshman falls in finals

By Robert Garcia

Grand Junction High School freshman Jacob Trujillo had an opportunity to avenge one of his two losses this season. The 120-pound freshman recorded 35 victories this season with one of his losses coming to P.T. Garcia of Bear Creek last January ...

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