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Mavericks tie Highlands in testy women’s soccer game

By Staff

Friday night’s women’s soccer game between Colorado Mesa and New Mexico Highlands looked more like a prize fight. Five yellow cards, multiple altercations and taunts marred a 1-1 double-overtime draw. “To be completely ...


Moeller’s 6 TDs help Rifle cruise to win

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — Ryan Moeller expects he’ll get teased quite a bit during the Rifle High School football team’s film sessions next week. Never mind that he rushed for a career-high 324 yards on 28 carries, had 373 all-purpose yards ...


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Rodriguez scores 4 TDs as ‘Dogs clinch conference title

By Scott Schlaufman

HOTCHKISS — For the first 10 minutes of Friday’s 48-0 win over Paonia, the second-ranked Hotchkiss High School football team struggled to make an impact offensively. But after a two-minute span in which the Bulldogs (8-0, 4-0 WSC) ...


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Local unemployment rate down to 8.5 percent

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Mesa County’s unemployment rate dropped to its lowest point since February 2009 this September, when 8.5 percent of the county’s work force was unemployed, down from 9.5 percent in August. The state unemployment rate also ...


Tigers sending three to state cross country meet

By Staff

Three Grand Junction High School runners qualified for the Class 5A state championships Friday at Denver City Park in the Region 1 meet. Charlie Medina placed seventh in the boys race in 16 minutes, 56 seconds, and teammate Greg Eccher placed ...


Ground game, defense carry Palisade to easy victory

By Staff

Since falling at Battle Mountain two weeks ago, it’s been full steam ahead for the Palisade High School football team. The Bulldogs routed Steamboat Springs 58-7 in a Western Slope Conference game on Friday in Steamboat, rushing for 319 ...


Nickname in the future for Colorado

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In six months, Colorado may have a nickname that will eventually be as recognizable as “The Big Apple,” “The Big Easy” and “Sin City” are for New York, New Orleans and Las Vegas. The Colorado Office of ...


Chicken-raising debate takes roost in Glenwood

By Dennis Webb

Glenwood Springs City Council member Mike Gamba isn’t ready to run out and start building chicken coops if he and his colleagues agree to start letting people raise the birds in town. But after growing up helping his grandfather raise ...


GOP legislators focus on energy regulations

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Republican legislators promised a concerted effort in the coming legislative session to lift constraints on the state’s energy industry. House Speaker Frank McNulty of Highlands Ranch, flanked by Mesa County legislators Laura Bradford ...


Prep football scores, Oct. 21, 2011

By Staff

Grand Junction 42, Fruita Monument 14 Friday at Stocker Stadium Grand Junction 7 21 7 7 — 42 Fruita Monument 14 0 0 0 — 14 FM— Vince Grasso 5 run (kick failed) GJ— Jerreon Dennis 32 run (Josh Moore kick) FM— ...


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