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Montrose Invitational Results, Monday, March 28

By Staff

Montrose Invitational Monday at Black Canyon Golf Course Team Scores 1. Montrose (white), 215; 2. Fruita Monument, 267; 3. Palisade, 297; 4. Grand Junction, 310; 5. Montrose (red), 303; 6. Central, 320; 7. Gunnison, 325; 8. Delta, 326; 9. ...


Colorado delegates split along party lines over Libya

By {screen_name}

President Obama’s speech Monday night came 10 days late and left many questions unanswered, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said. Obama, however, “was smart, he was strategic” in timing his committing of American air power ...


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Cops mum on divers’ search of Colorado River

By Paul Shockley

Local authorities were tight-lipped about a search of the Colorado River on Monday afternoon that involved diving specialists from the FBI. Roughly a dozen law enforcement officers, including investigators with the Grand Junction Police ...


Health Briefs, March 29, 2011

By Staff

Colorectal cancer topic of class March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, and St. Mary’s Hospital is sponsoring a free community education class tonight about colorectal cancer prevention. Gastroenterologist Eugene Crafton will ...


Partisan battles delay talks on next year’s state budget

By Charles Ashby

DENVER—Considering that House Republicans have killed just about every controversial Democratic bill that has come before the 2011 legislative session, and Democrats in the Senate have responded in kind, it comes as no surprise to most ...


Veteran Grand Junction girls soccer team hoping to make noise

By Patrick Bahr

The Grand Junction High School girls soccer team has the type of experience that doesn’t come along every year. With 10 seniors, the veteran bunch looks to make the Class 5A postseason in back-to-back seasons for the first time since ...


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Quarterbacks, running backs learning Marsh’s new spread option offense

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“Rock and throw. Rock and throw.” “Throw it before you see his eyes.” “Honestly, the goal is zero drops. Zero bad balls and zero drops.” As the Mesa State College quarterbacks, fullbacks and H-backs were ...


E-mail letters, March 28, 2011

By Staff

Solar energy should proceed in way that protects resources Colorado has been chosen as one of several Western states where large-scale alternative energy development will soon begin. The BLM has identified four locations on public land ...


Burning rocks and rhetoric about ‘the fuel of the future’

By Jim Spehar

In Estonia, where it’s mined and then burned to produce nearly all of that eastern European nation’s power, it’s called “polevkivi”… burning rock. Closer to home, a century or more ago, oil shale was dubbed ...


Printed letters, March 29, 2011

By Staff

As a gun dealer licensed to sell firearms in Colorado and also the proud owner of a concealed-carry handgun permit, I have been following HB 1205, the concealed carry bill, with much interest. To be honest, I am not surprised that this bill ...


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