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Palisade gets knocked out of Class 4A volleyball playoffs

By Staff

The Palisade High School volleyball team fell just short. The Bulldogs lost two of their three matches at Saturday’s Region C tournament at Skyline High School and were eliminated from the Class 4A playoffs. “The level of play ...


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Rangely, Mancos advance to state volleyball tourney

By Scott Schlaufman

Last year the Rangely High School volleyball team spent the state tournament somewhere it wasn’t used to being that time of year — at home. The Panthers, who have a nucleus of nine seniors this season, had been to the state ...


JUSSEL: McDaniels’ moves need to pay dividends soon, or else

By Rick Jussel

Halfway home. Halfway to what? The optimist would say the Denver Broncos are halfway to 10-6, an AFC West title and possibly a bye in the first round of the playoffs. The realist would say halfway to 7-9 or 6-10, thanks to a schedule that ...


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Great unknown: Hotchkiss opens Class 1A playoffs with victory over Lutheran-Parker

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HOTCHKISS — Sometimes it’s better when you don’t know what you’re up against. The Hotchkiss High School football team used that philosophy Saturday and succeeded, opening the Class 1A state playoffs with a 47-8 victory ...


Skarda wins RMAC title, lifts Mavs to fourth place

By Staff

Alexis Skarda wasn’t sure how fast she ran Saturday, just that she ran faster than Kristen McGlynn. “We got started and I took it out and Kristen McGlynn came up and we ran together most of the way,” the Mesa State ...


No oil, gas lease sale, but geothermal parcel offered

By Dennis Webb

The federal government has deferred leasing of more than 10,000 acres of federal land for oil and gas development in western Colorado because of roadless area considerations. The decision means the Bureau of Land Management will offer no oil ...


Judge to consider Arabian horse case Friday

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A Paonia man who wants Delta County to intercede on behalf of a herd of Arabian horses has until Nov. 12 to show he has standing to pursue the case. Delta County District Judge Charles Greenacre pressed Greg Szymanski on whether he was in a ...


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WWII vet shares his story at parade

By Rachel Sauer

“It’s not easy to talk about,” he says, so many years later. Fresh tears well unbidden, and he pauses. Deep breath. “I was no hero.” The memories are old but not faded: the Battle of the Bulge, those first days ...


Blotter: Nov. 7, 2010

By Staff

Assault on officer alleged Ryan Anthony Hunt, 22, 333 U.S. Highway 6&50, No. 20, was arrested Friday afternoon on suspicion of second-degree assault of a police officer, and other offenses. After responding to 18 Road and U.S. 6&50, ...


You said it: Nov. 7, 2010

By Staff

I want to encourage the people of our area to get behind the Salvation Army Toy Drive this Christmas. We can do a successful job of having every child have gifts. Please volunteer if you can. The school kids are supposed to do community ...


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