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Quick tips lift Durango past Grand Junction in volleyball

By Scott Schlaufman

The Grand Junction High School volleyball team expected to face a barrage of attacks Saturday against defending Southwestern League champion Durango. Although the Demons attempted plenty of spikes in their 25-17, 25-13, 25-19 win, the Tigers ...


Palisade volleyball team earns first win over Eagle Valley since 2007

By Staff

The Palisade High School volleyball team wasn’t going to let up. Instead of packing it in and taking another loss to Eagle Valley, the Bulldogs rallied for a 25-22, 19-25, 22-25, 25-23, 15-9 victory Saturday in Gypsum. It was ...


Early lead lifts Indians to victory over Bulldogs in softball

By Staff

Palisade High School’s softball team couldn’t recover from a slow start Saturday and fell to a speedy Montrose team 17-7 at Palisade. Montrose (7-5) took a 9-0 lead in the first three innings and had 10 stolen bases in the ...


Religion Briefs, Sept. 24, 2011

By Staff

Speaker to offer inspirational message David Carroll of the international ministry of Gospel for Asia, will offer an inspirational message at 9:30 a.m. Sunday at Calvary Chapel, 492 Morning Glory Lane. Call 243-2579 for ...


Fall leaves are a riotous display, even to the color-challenged

By Staff

I don’t know what color periwinkle blue is. All the shades of blue get kind of confusing to me. My daughter-in-law has been trying to teach me periwinkle blue for years now and I just can’t seem to grasp it. It’s the same ...


For the Record, Sept. 24, 2011

By Staff

MARRIAGES David Sterling Beckstead and Sara Kimberly Phillips, Sept. 9. Kenneth Ray Bigelow and Rebecca Lee Kruback, Sept. 10. Richard Todd Brainard and Emily Grace Mason, Aug. 28. David Arthur Campbell and Leann Maria Lane, Sept. ...


CU-Peace Corps program combines service, degree

By The AP

BOULDER — A new program at the University of Colorado allows students to serve in the Peace Corps and also earn a master’s in business administration, education, environmental studies or geography. Peter Simons of the Institute ...


New Belgium considers Asheville for new brewery

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Asheville, N.C., is among the cities New Belgium Brewing Co. is considering for a new brewery. The maker of Fat Tire beer has been looking to open a brewery on the East Coast. Spokesman Bryan Simpson says the Fort ...


3 killed after SUV heads wrong way on I-25

By The AP

FOUNTAIN — The Colorado State Patrol says three people are dead after an SUV traveling the wrong way on southbound Interstate 25 south of Colorado Springs struck another SUV head on. Troopers say they suspect alcohol played a role in ...


Colorado GOP expected to move up 2012 caucuses

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A plan by Colorado Republicans to move up their 2012 presidential caucuses to the day after the Iowa caucus is expected to win final approval Saturday. The Republican Central Committee is expected to approve the move ...


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