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High school track results, March 5, 2010

By Staff

Central Relays Friday at Stocker Stadium BOYS Event Results 4x1,600 relay — 1. Moffat County, 20:16; 2. Glenwood 20.32; 3. Fruita 20.53. 110 shuttle — 1. Central, 1:07; 2. Rifle 1:11; 3. Glenwood 1.13. 800 medley — 1. ...


High school state basketball glance, March 5, 2010

By Staff

Class 5A Boys Great 8 Friday at Denver Coliseum Rampart 35, Doherty 23 Regis 86, Arapahoe 72 Aurora Central 65, Highlands Ranch 60 Fairview 72, Grandview 54 Final 4 Thursday, 3/11 CU Events Center Regis vs. Rampart Aurora Central ...


Sage grouse decision buys time for state’s conservation efforts

By Dennis Webb

A federal decision announced Friday confirms the future of a showy western bird is in doubt, but also buys time to try to save it in a way that moderates impacts on western industries such as energy development and agriculture. Interior ...


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Demand high for orchard jobs

By Amy Hamilton

For years, Palisade peach grower John Cox barely got a response while advertising locally for temporary help to work his 30 acres. In 2008, for example, three local people called inquiring about work. And, in the years before that, he ...


Palisade officials in saloon spat

By Staff

Palisade police said Friday they will not pursue criminal charges against anyone in connection with a recent confrontation at a town bar that involved the mayor, the mayor pro tem and a man running for the town board. Police, however, still ...


Cold start dooms Fruita Monument girls soccer team

By Staff

The Fruita Monument girls soccer team would like to replay the first 20 minutes of its 4-2 loss to Coronado on Friday. The Wildcats gave up two quick first-half goals to find themselves trailing 2-0 and allowed another goal before ...


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Hurdling twins: Felicia, Jessica Selby excited about competing for Central

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Felicia Selby could hardly believe her ears when Central High School sprint coach Jack Robinson approached her last year about competing in the hurdles. Robinson saw Selby’s twin sister, Jessica Selby, running the hurdles at practice ...


Strong fourth inning leads Highlands past Mesa State in baseball

By Staff

A six-run fourth inning erased Mesa State College’s 3-0 lead Friday in an 8-3 loss at New Mexico Highlands in the opener of an RMAC baseball series. Scott Bachman allowed six runs on four hits, including a two-run double, in the fourth. ...


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The difference: John Mall’s solid third quarter plagues Paonia

By Scott Schlaufman

In a close game, the third quarter usually makes the difference. It was the difference for John Mall in Friday’s Class 2A Region 5 semifinal game against Paonia at Brownson Arena. Leading by only two at the half, John Mall outscored ...


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Walk-off: Greeley West takes advantage of free passes to top Tigers

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Giving up walks can be a death sentence in baseball. The Grand Junction High School baseball team found that out the hard way Friday at Canyon View Park during the second day of the Bill Fanning Classic. The Tigers had a two-run lead heading ...


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