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JUCO: 2009 series briefs May 30, 2009

By Patrick Bahr

Mavericks get a home-field welcome • The Mesa State College baseball team was introduced to the fans at the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series prior to Friday night’s game. The Mavericks returned from the NCAA Division ...

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Mavs back home accomplished, but wounded

By Allen Gemaehlich

Mesa State College baseball coach Chris Hanks and the Mavericks returned home disappointed. The Mavericks came back home from the NCAA Division II World Series in Cary, N.C. with a long list of accomplishments as well. The Mavericks (44-15) ...

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Saints disappointed in final result, but proud of effort

By Staff

Johnny Wiggs knew before the season started that his Santa Fe (Fla.) College baseball team was going to be a good one. Just how good, he wasn’t sure. At the start of the season, the Saints’ head coach was just hoping the Saints ...

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Hawks second basemaan comes through at biggest moment, claims MVP

By Allen Gemaehlich

Andrew Collazo was having a frustrating tournament at the plate, but came through when it mattered most. The Howard (Texas) College sophomore hit a solo home run in the ninth inning Friday night, then had a two-run single in the 10th to lead ...

Death Notices: May 30, 2009

By Staff

• George Chapman, 44, Grand Junction, died May 27, 2009, in Grand Junction. Family will receive guests from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday at 333 Iron Horse Court. Survivors include his partner, Paul Riensche; his mother, Betty Chapman of ...

Rifle woman jailed again after previous arrest ruled a mistake

By Dennis Webb

A drug task force that mistakenly arrested a Rifle woman last year has arrested her in connection with new charges. The Two Rivers Drug Enforcement Team, or TRIDENT, said Friday that it had arrested Danielle Marie Trujillo on methamphetamine ...

Sustainability Column May 30, 2009

By Adele Israel

It’s time for your yard to go native. Sustainable landscaping and gardening rely on vegetation that is suited to the area, so it uses less water and requires less effort once it is established. Xeriscape, not to be confused with ...

Airport security eases somewhat for private pilots

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A security directive requiring that all private pilots have identification badges for every airport at which they land was eased just days before it was set to go into effect. The agency also exempted members of the military and its own ...

Blotter: May 30, 2009

By Staff

Jumper still critical • A man who jumped off the roof of a Main Street bicycle shop Wednesday as police tried to contact him remained hospitalized Friday in critical condition, Grand Junction police spokeswoman Kate Porras ...

Thirty solar panels stolen off Carbondale rec center

By Dennis Webb

Carbondale town employees say residents are furious over the theft of 30 solar panels from the roof of the community’s recreation center. A center employee discovered the theft Wednesday night while doing routine maintenance on the top ...

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