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Montrose city manager candidates’ pay packages differ widely

By Rachel Sauer

The Montrose City Council agreed Thursday to a package of salary and benefits worth more than $170,000 as a “best and final offer” to make to its top candidate for city manager. The package includes a base salary of $124,500, as ...


Cave closures to be limited on BLM land

By Dennis Webb

The Bureau of Land Management in Colorado decided to take a less aggressive approach than the U.S. Forest Service in restricting cave access to protect bats from a deadly fungal outbreak. The BLM’s state office will pursue targeted ...


Death Notices, May 13, 2011

By Staff

Dena M. Bean, 59, Fruita, died May 8, 2011, in Fruita. Services will be at 9 a.m. Tuesday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. Ms. Bean was a homemaker. Survivors include one son, Richard T. Reeves of Long Beach, Calif.; two daughters, Mellissa R. ...


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Christensen’s complete game lifts Mavericks past Regis

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Mentally, Jared Christensen was ready to pitch Wednesday, rain or shine. Physically, one extra day was a nice bonus. “It’s bittersweet. You come out and you’re mentally ready to throw,” the Mesa State junior ...


Rain pushes state tennis back one day

By Staff

DENVER — For the first time in several years, the first day of the Class 5A State Girls Tennis Championships was postponed because of inclement weather. The tournament was scheduled to get under way Thursday morning, instead it will ...


Southern Union, Grayson headed to JUCO after wins

By Patrick Bahr

The Bison are coming to roam in Grand Junction. A six-run seventh inning Thursday helped Southern Union (Ala.) Community College rally past Faulkner State for an 8-1 win and the Bison’s first trip to the Alpine Bank Junior College World ...


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Local track athletes not ranked in top 18 make final push for state marks this weekend

By Patrick Bahr

For local track athletes outside the top 18 in state, this is a big weekend. The League Championships meets at Stocker Stadium are the final opportunity for Western Slope athletes to qualify for the state track meet. The state meet — ...


Griffins going for fourth straight Western Slope swim title

By Patrick Bahr

The District 51 Griffins have become the bullies of the Western Slope. The Griffins have won the past three Western Slope Championship meets, and are going for the fourth this weekend at the El Pomar Natatorium. “My freshman year it ...


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Land grab may have been mistake, or claim-jumping

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Whether he had intended to claim-jump or whether early-day records were simply haphazard, William Keith stirred up a pot of trouble when he filed his claim for what became Grand Junction’s Keith Addition. Today the Keith Addition ...


Sports Briefs, May 12, 2011

By Staff

College Golf Mesa’s Hilts moves up to 23rd Mesa State’s Jennifer Hilts shot up the leader board Thursday in the second round of the NCAA Division II women’s golf national championships in Allendale, Mich. Hilts shot a ...


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