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Young cancer survivor spends day with Mavs

By Allen Gemaehlich

Austin Todd couldn’t get the look of amazement off his face. From the moment the Cedaredge 12-year-old walked into the new Mesa State College wrestling room Wednesday to the moment he left Brownson Arena after the Mavericks’ ...


Penry hasn’t made decision about McInnis endorsement

By Emily Shockley

Mesa County Republicans lost one hometown hero in the gubernatorial race this week. Luckily, they had a spare. Mesa County Republican Party Chairman Chuck Pabst said Sen. Josh Penry of Grand Junction’s decision to exit the race to ...


School funding on chopping block

By Staff

Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter must be getting tired of his Dr. Doom persona. Every few weeks, it seems, he somberly announces new plans for carving huge chunks of money from the state budget. Unfortunately, Ritter has had little choice but to ...


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Miss Versatility: Kame taking her game to San Diego

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One word keeps popping up when you talk about Central High School’s Amy Kame as a basketball player. Versatile. Wednesday at Central High School, the multi-faceted Kame signed a national letter of intent to play basketball for the ...


Up, up and away with great parenting

By Steve Beauregard

The only explanation I have for my fascination with the Fort Collins “balloon boy” saga is that it’s a relief to find a guy out there who’s a worse dad than I am. By now you’ve all heard the sordid details of ...


How to do the least for the annual feast

By Steve Beauregard

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, a day to watch football, share in the company of family, enjoy a magnificent feast, and just generally relax — unless, of course, you happen to be a female, in which case you’re expected to spend the next ...


Central debate team second in 11-team meet

By Staff

The Central High School speech and debate team placed second in the Moffat County Bulldog Invitational speech tournament Friday and Saturday in Craig. Students from 11 high schools from western Colorado and Wyoming participated in the ...


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San Juans wilderness push gains momentum

By Dennis Webb

Colorado’s U.S. senators have joined the push for wilderness and other protections for more than 61,000 acres in the San Juan Mountains. Democrats Mark Udall and Michael Bennet have introduced the San Juan Mountains Wilderness Act, a ...


Hotchkiss psyched for playoff trip to Limon

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Not often is there a team that looks forward to a six-hour bus ride. Well, one group that’s champing at the bit to get on the bus and travel more than 350 miles is the Hotchkiss High School football team. The Bulldogs are in the ...


On Normandy beach, James Harris ignored orders, saved lives

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Nineteen-year-old James Harris went over the side of the landing ship approaching Omaha Beach the morning of June 6, 1944, and in defiance of orders, no less. For his effort, he was awarded a Silver Star, the U.S. military’s ...


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