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Plant using river water right; no electricity produced

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Water is flowing down the Colorado River as though the Shoshone Power Plant in Glenwood Canyon were operating. Shoshone, however, is generating no electricity as Xcel Energy Inc. is conducting maintenance at the plant, which normally ...

Tancredo steps up pressure to siphon votes from Maes

By Charles Ashby

American Constitution Party candidate Tom Tancredo has been calling Republicans in Mesa County this weekend. In a computerized “robocall” to GOP voters, Tancredo spends more time in the message not so much asking Republicans to ...

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Delta police kill man with gun

By William Woody

Residents in a Delta neighborhood where police shot and killed a man early Saturday described the man as intoxicated and said he waved a semiautomatic handgun and fired several shots into the air. The Delta Police Department has not released ...

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Rifle officer shot, OK; suspect hit

By Dennis Webb

Police shot a 53-year-old man multiple times Friday night after he shot a Rifle police officer responding to a domestic-violence call, authorities said Saturday. The officer’s protective vest “saved his life,” Rifle Police ...

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Wildcats hurt by lack of clutch hits in semifinal loss

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AURORA — The opportunities were there Saturday for the Fruita Monument High School softball team, but the big hit was not. The Wildcats couldn’t come up with the key hit to score enough runs, falling to Rock Canyon 3-2 in the ...

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Don’t stress out: Mesa coaches have various ways to relieve tension

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A big hug from his 10-year-old daughter, Sarah, is just what Mesa State College volleyball coach Dave Fleming needs some days. Football coach Joe Ramunno loves watching his 13-year-old son, Niko, play football, or hanging out with his ...

High school FB coaches feel the pressure to win

By Patrick Bahr

A game is no longer a game when it starts to affect someone’s physical and mental health. Michigan State University football coach Mark Dantonio’s heart attack after a 34-31 overtime victory on Sept. 18 against Notre Dame shows ...


Turnovers prove costly: Pair of interceptions helps ThunderWolves top Mavs

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With the rain pelting down, you almost expected the football to hit the ground a time or two. But no, the Mesa State and CSU-Pueblo running backs took care of the football Saturday night at Stocker Stadium. Neither team lost a fumble, but ...

GJ grad Jennifer Buford to be inducted to Colorado State Sports Hall of Fame

By Staff

Jennifer Buford, a Grand Junction High School graduate, is one of five athletes scheduled to be inducted Oct. 29 into the Colorado State University Sports Hall of Fame. Buford was an all-state softball and basketball player for the Tigers and ...

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Hoffman ends solid first season as professional triathlete

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Ben Hoffman was initially disappointed in how he performed in the Ironman World Championship. The 27-year-old, who grew up in Grand Junction and now lives in Durango, placed 42nd in the men’s pro division in 9 hours, 3 minutes, 29 ...

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