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Batter up for Wreckreation League softball

By Steve Beauregard

I think it’s time for the police department to start doing something about these obnoxious people in dirty, smelly clothes who do nothing but hang out in city parks, sitting around drinking alcohol. I am of course talking about ...


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Worker believes cancer caused by fracking fluids

By Dennis Webb

When Rifle resident Jose Lara, 42, began working for Rain for Rent about a half-dozen years ago, his job required climbing inside tanks to power-wash them after they’d been emptied of hydraulic fracturing fluids used in area oil and gas ...


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Monument fee may rise from $7 to $10

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Colorado National Monument officials are proposing to increase entrance and camping fees next year, saying they believe the hike is fair because the cost to recreate in the monument is among the lowest anywhere in the national parks ...


Silt foursome takes an ax to town budget

By Dennis Webb

SILT — When a coalition of four candidates won election to the town’s board in April, the quartet didn’t waste any time acting on their promise to make budget cuts in tough economic times. In short order, they decided not to ...


Water to be key issue for high court nominee, Colorado delegates say

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U.S. Solicitor General Elena Kagan’s position on water rights will be high on the lists of issues for U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet and Mark Udall when considering Kagan’s nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. Bennet also will pay ...


Prep soccer scores May 11, 2010

By Staff

Evergreen 3, Palisade 1 Tuesday at Walker Field Halftime score: E 1-0 Goals (assists): E — Anya Kaufmann, 3; P — Flannery Davis Goalies (saves): E — Kara Turner, 3; P — Amelia Davis, 14 Shots: E 19; P 5. Coal ...


Prep golf results May 11, 2010

By Staff

Class 5A Northern Regional Tuesday at Ute Creek Golf Course Team Scores 1. Fort Collins 241, 2. Skyline 245, 3. Fruita Monument 258, 4. Poudre 264, 5. Central 268, 6. Fairview 270, 7. Grand Junction 273, 8. Legacy 276, 9. Mountain Range ...


Grand Junction girls left out of lacrosse playoffs

By Patrick Bahr

It’s hard to accept when one loss makes the difference in making or missing the postseason. The Colorado High School Activities Association released the girls lacrosse playoff bracket Tuesday and the Grand Junction High School girls ...


Winning relay titles at WSL and state a big deal for Rifle seniors

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Tyler Rust has one of the top six high jumps in Class 4A. Joe Burgess is on the fringe of qualifying for the state track & field meet in the 400. The Rifle High School seniors, though, would much rather win a state relay title and knock ...


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Total team effort: Mesa tennis team doesn’t rely on single player to win matches

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Dan MacDonald’s first recruiting class recorded a first Saturday, becoming the first Mesa State tennis team to qualify for the NCAA Division II national tournament. The Mavericks won the Central Region playoff against St. Cloud State ...


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