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Bill Ritter Column May 10, 2009

By Guest Columnist

Colorado lawmakers wrapped up their 2009 legislative session last week. Despite dealing with the worst economy in 75 years, they accomplished much for the people and businesses of this state. Among the accomplisments was the bipartisan Senate ...


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Madison, Proietti cruise past Creek to win No. 3 doubles crown

By Patrick Bahr

DENVER — Emmie Madison’s smirk said it all. The Grand Junction High School tennis player patrolled the net with a sneer that oozed confidence, as her partner, Alex Proietti, served Saturday during the No. 3 doubles championship at ...


Timely hitting, solid pitching lift Mavs into regional final

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DENVER — Mesa State College was one of the last teams selected for the NCAA Division II regional softball tournament. The Mavericks apparently want to be one of the last teams to leave. Mesa State rolled into the Central sub-regional ...


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Doubles wins help Kearney upset Mesa in Central regional

By Allen Gemaehlich

All they could do on their trip to Grand Junction was talk about Florida. The University of Nebraska-Kearney women’s tennis team will get to do more than talk about it now. The Lopers will get to go after defeating Mesa State College ...


LS: Pediatrician offers motherly answers

By Ann Wright

Mothers don’t always have all the answers. Here are some answers to questions mothers ask Dr. Patrice G. Whistler, a pediatrician at Western Colorado Pediatric Associates, a division of Primary Care Partners. Q: Are there things I can ...


LS Mother’s Day Quiz May 10, 2009

By Staff

Hey, moms! Think you’ve got this whole parenting thing on lockdown? Take this Mother’s Day quiz with questions from real moms and child caregivers in the community. Oh, and Happy Mother’s Day. 1. What is the best way to ...


Briefs: Local Sports May 10, 2009

By Staff

College Baseball • Five locals on Academic All-District team Grand Junction’s Tyler Anderegg and Shaver Hansen and three Mesa State players made the ESPN/CoSIDA Academic All-District teams. Anderegg, a senior pitcher for the ...


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Chapman rising as one of state’s top jumpers

By Staff

Katie Chapman loves to argue. Always has. “I probably argued over what color (baby) bottle I had,” she said. The Delta High School senior track athlete is one of the best jumpers in the state. She seemingly came out of nowhere ...


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Grand Junction’s Ryken has stellar day

By Staff

Stephanie Ryken has more than held her own in the individual sprints for the Grand Junction High School girls track team this season. Ryken takes more pride, however, in being part of two Tiger relay teams that are all but assured of ...


Odneal peaking at perfect moment

By Staff

A long and sometimes frustrating track season for Holly Odneal appears to be heading toward a good finish. After spending the first three weeks of the season foregoing competition while resting an injured knee, it’s taken the Palisade ...


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