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NCAA finding way to cut back in Div. II sports

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It an effort to reduce costs, the NCAA made several cutbacks in Division II athletics beginning in the 2010-2011 school year. The NCAA approved several proposals in its “Life in Balance” package at the recent NCAA Convention in ...

Mesa women top Wildcats in basketball

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Sharing the ball and finding open shooters helped the Mesa State College women’s basketball team to a 79-43 victory Sunday afternoon over Johnson & Wales University in Denver. “We were really balanced, found the post and the ...


These couch potatoes not sad sacks

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Crane Sorensen thinks there’s no better way to see the world than from the lumpy comfort of a stranger’s couch. Sorensen, 26, is a member of the internationally popular Web site,, which is a social networking site ...

High School Girls Basketball Results, Jan. 30, 2010

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Girls Central 65, Palisade 36 CENTRAL Ashley Paul 0 2-2 2, Brittany Hoppe 2 0-0 4, Sarah Patrick 0 0-0 0, Stacey Kinnett 4 0-2 8, Katie Fox 1 0-0 2, Tayler Else 2 0-0 5, Amy Kame 10 3-4 26, Haleigh Higgins 5 2-2 12, Maddi Vana 3 0-0 6. ...

Mesa State wrestling results, Jan. 30, 2010

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Mesa State 30, Chadron St. 20 Saturday at Brownson Arena 125 pounds — Tyler Nelson, MSC, dec. Dustin Stodola 4-2; 133 — Chris Rubalcaba, MSC, pinned Ryan Fillingame 6:27; 141 — Trevor Donarski, MSC, pinned Hagen Guzman ...

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Mavs win final six matches to rally past Eagles

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Uh-oh. Tyler Nelson had just watched Mesa State College heavyweight wrestler Trevor Stapp fall into a pin to put the Mavericks in a big hole Saturday night against Chadron State College. Mesa’s chances for a win looked bleak after ...

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Fun for all ages: Powderhorn Town Race gives adults a chance to race like kids again

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Inspired by the quarterback of his favorite professional football team, 40-year-old Joe Carlson of Cedaredge came out of retirement himself to race in Saturday’s inaugural Powderhorn Racing Club Town Race. Wearing the throwback ...

Balanced approach lifts ‘Dogs to victory

By Scott Schlaufman

Lately the Palisade High School boys basketball team has been relying on a few key players to provide the points. That led to two straight losses. In Saturday’s 69-57 victory over Central, the Bulldogs used Friday night’s loss to ...

Coloradans warned of census scams

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Colorado Attorney General John Suthers and AARP ElderWatch warned Coloradans last week to beware of scam artists using the 2010 census to steal personal information. Suthers said real census workers will display a badge or other ...

Peach crop unscathed but behind schedule

By Dave Buchanan

Most of Mesa County’s peach crop missed being damaged by the subzero cold snap of mid-December. That spell of extreme cold, as cold as 22 degrees below zero in some areas, killed an estimated 25 percent of Mesa County’s ...

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