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Federal spending not new to valley

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The $200 million sought by local officials under a proposed stimulus package would be minuscule compared to the granddaddy of all federal projects in the Grand Valley. The removal, cleanup and burial of uranium mill tailings under the U.S. ...


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Grand Valley gets in line for stimulus help

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With Congress poised to approve an $850 billion package aimed at boosting the national economy and President-elect Barack Obama eager to sign it, Mesa County has a list of projects ready for the stimulus shovel. The projects stretch from ...


Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup January 18, 2009

By Staff

Boys Basketball The Palisade High School boys basketball team ran into a hot-shooting team on Saturday. The Bulldogs fell 82-46 to a Moffat County team that had 10 players score, four in double figures. Palisade (0-12, 0-4 Western Slope ...


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Tigers’ strong first quarter leads to win vs. Durango

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction High School girls basketball team can thank a near-perfect start Saturday afternoon for its victory over Durango. The Tigers (7-7, 2-0 Southwestern League) outscored Durango 20-3 in the first quarter and used that advantage ...


Grand Junction High School basketball team loses to Durango

By Patrick Bahr

It was one of those games for Grand Junction High School basketball team where it was waiting to make a big run to put the game away. That run never came Saturday, but the Tigers (8-4, 2-0 Southwestern League) expended every ounce of energy ...


Briefs: Mesa State Roundup January 18, 2009

By Staff

• Mesa falls to Wildcats in Denver It was a three-point game at Brownson Arena in November, with Mesa State College hanging on for a 71-68 victory over Johnson & Wales University. The Wildcats turned the tables Saturday night at ...


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LS: High low culture January 18, 2009

By Staff

In the music videos, the musicians thrash their heads around and tear into their instruments, flailing them around frantically like they’re on fire. The band isn’t Metallica. It’s Apocalyptica, a heavy metal band made up of ...


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Central 215-pounder Kramer beats Fruita’s Remy

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Every time Mical Kramer and Matt Remy meet on the wrestling mat, it turns into a heck of a match. The two 215-pounders met the first week of the season, with Central’s Kramer getting a hard-earned first-period pin that was more ...


Orchard Mesa Community Pool a gathering place for local swimmers

By Allen Gemaehlich

It’s been a challenging season, to say the least, for the Mesa State College women’s swim team. The fourth-year program is forced to train at the Orchard Mesa Community Pool instead of practicing on campus for the first time while ...


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Mavericks earn first home dual victory

By Allen Gemaehlich

There was no celebration or excitement of any kind. The Mesa State College wrestling team’s first home dual victory since the program was reinstated three years ago felt more like a relief. “We were sluggish at a couple ...


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