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Economic partnership to look for new leader; Driggers to step down

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The Grand Junction Economic Partnership is looking for a new executive to lead its efforts to attract business to the Grand Valley. CEO Ann Driggers said Tuesday she is stepping down to pursue other opportunities. Her departure leaves the ...


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12 heading to speech, debate nationals

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A dozen students from School District 51 will compete in the National Forensic Leagues national tournament June 13–18 in Dallas. Central High School qualified the most local students for the national tournament. The school will send ...


Bill sets up business training for judges

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — If the state’s judges knew more how businesses operate, they could do a better job ruling in business matters, a state lawmaker says. That’s why Rep. Mark Waller, R-Colorado Springs, wants to use $500,000 from the ...


Blotter, April 27, 2011

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Man appears in court in wife’s slaying Delta County resident Andrew Yager, who is accused of murdering his wife in January, waived advisement Monday and is due back in court May 16. Yager, 39, has been charged with second-degree murder ...


Tigers repeatedly find the net in easy victory

By Staff

Grand Junction’s girls soccer team had no problem finishing Tuesday. Three days after failing to mark up tight on defense and put shots away on offense, the Tigers defeated Montrose 6-0 in a Southwestern League game in ...


Maverick athletes not too fond of college’s name change, but glad to keep Mesa

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A few fans decided to try out Mesa State College’s proposed new name during Tuesday’s baseball game at Suplizio Field. “Some of those girls up there yelled, ‘Let’s go, Colorado Mesa!’ and they started ...


Prep Notebook: Budget cuts may force Rams’ Holley out of a job

By Staff

Roaring Fork Athletic Director and football coach Greg Holley likely won’t return next fall, but not because he doesn’t want to be back. Holley’s athletic director position was cut by the school district cut in one of its ...


Sports in Brief: Two Mavs selected players of week

By Staff

College Lacrosse Mavs selected players of week Alexis Rawlings and Lauren Wells led Mesa State past Westminster College last week, the Mavericks’ first road win of the season. Tuesday, the two were selected the Western Intercollegiate ...


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A key split: Game 2 win vs. Dixie will be important for Mavs in rankings

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It was not a throw-away Tuesday doubleheader. So when the Mesa State College baseball team blew a 4-2 lead in the ninth inning Tuesday and lost 5-4, coach Chris Hanks let the Mavericks know just how key the nonconference games were against ...


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Weather keeps players from getting a good look at regional golf course

By Patrick Bahr

The Fruita Monument, Central and Grand Junction high school girls golf teams were hoping to play a tournament at Tiara Rado Golf Course before the Metro East Regional is hosted there on May 10. Tuesday was the opportunity the teams wanted, ...


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