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Take a lap for history during vintage Nordic ski race

By Dave Buchanan

Break out your vintage cross-country ski gear and take a lap for history. The Colorado Mesa University ski team and Grand Mesa Nordic Council want to see you in your favorite historic ski regalia — wooden skis, leather boots and wool ...

Rubalcaba, Dennis make college choices

By Nick Walter

Sean Rubalcaba and Jerreon Dennis, teammates on this fall’s Grand Junction High football team that reached the Class 5A state quarterfinals, have made verbal commitments to play college football. Rubalcaba has decided to play ...

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Week in Sports for Jan. 22-28, 2012

By Dan Bennett

Winter sports and outdoors fun photos from the past week.  ...

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Teen charged as adult in dog’s killing

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction teenager accused of mutilating a dog and hanging its carcass from a bridge over the Colorado River will be prosecuted as an adult, the Mesa County District Attorney’s office said today. Joseph Nelson, 18, who appeared ...

Colorado unemployment rate dips to 7.9 percent

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s unemployment rate has fallen below 8 percent for the first time since the middle of 2010. State labor department officials said Tuesday that the unemployment rate, adjusted for seasonal differences, was 7.9 ...

CMU softball picked to finish fourth in RMAC

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The Colorado Mesa University softball team received one first-place vote and is picked to finish fourth in the RMAC in the preseason poll released Tuesday. Colorado Mines received seven first-place votes and is the favorite to win the RMAC. ...

Email letters, Jan. 24, 2012

By Staff

Is Obama really about creating jobs? Jobs. Jobs. Jobs. That is what President Obama told us that he wakes up every morning, dedicated to opening up more jobs for the people of this country. Did I misunderstand what he meant? I guess he ...

Paonia student to sit with First Lady

By Charles Ashby

Paonia native Mahala Greer will sit with First Lady Michele Obama during tonight’s State-of-the-Union Address, the White House reported today. Greer, a University of Colorado at Denver student majoring in Spanish, had introduced Barack ...

Deadline Wednesday for College X Games ski pass

By Staff

Wednesday is the last day for college students to get a College X Pass for two days of discount lift tickets during the Winter X games Thursday through Sunday at Buttermilk. The picture pass costs $79 and gets you two days of lift tickets for ...

Extradition hearings set in missing teacher case

By The AP

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Extradition hearings will be held next month for two men jailed in North Dakota in the kidnapping of a Montana teacher who is presumed dead. A judge in Williston on Monday scheduled the hearings for Feb. 14, the ...

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