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Grand Gents making their presence felt on rugby field

By Patrick Bahr

They may be new to the rugby scene, but that hasn’t kept them from making noise. The Grand Gents, a club rugby team with a combination of players from District 51 schools and Carbondale, Aspen and Glenwood Springs, have made it to the ...


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In first year at singles, GJ’s McGinnis wins regional title

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Anna McGinnis might be a first-year varsity singles player, but that didn’t change her goal or determination. The Grand Junction High School senior won the Class 5A Region 6 No. 3 singles title to qualify for the state championships ...


Exercise science degree approved for Mesa State

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Mesa State College will have a new degree offering this fall: a bachelor of science in exercise science. The Colorado Commission on Higher Education gave final approval Friday afternoon during a meeting in Denver. The new program will take ...


Strong second half lifts Palisade to victory

By Staff

The Palisade High School girls soccer team played well in the second half to earn a 2-0 victory over Steamboat Springs. Friday at the Peach Bowl, after a scoreless first half for both teams, the Bulldogs scored twice in the second half to ...


Pregnancy prevention programs likely will stay, with exclusion of Planned Parenthood

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — A measure to continue two successful teen pregnancy-prevention programs on the Western Slope and expand them statewide appears headed for passage. That became clear Friday when the House gave preliminary approval to SB177, but ...


Governor signs spending plan of $18 billion

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper signed next year’s $18 billion spending plan Friday even though it technically isn’t in balance. But the governor said he had full confidence that would happen before the Legislature ends ...


You Said It, May 1, 2011

By Staff

I can’t imagine a worse renaming than Colorado Mesa University. Are the Mesa State trustees smoking the left over dope from the closing of the pot shops? Talk about a classic case of “If it’s not broke don’t fix ...


Experts alarmed at suicide rate

By Amy Hamilton

March was a particularly painful month in Mesa County for suicides. The 10 that occurred were more than any other month in recent history and equaled one-third of the total that county officials expect for a year, according to the Mesa County ...


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Suicide prevalence in West intrigues researchers

By Dennis Webb

When 36-year-old Courtenay Cave took her life two years ago Friday, it was the most shocking experience in her mother’s life. Cave long had struggled with depression and substance abuse, but she always assured her mom, Sandy Iglehart of ...


Human bones found off interstate in Utah

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Law enforcement officials in Utah are examining the skeletal remains of an unidentified person found last month near Cisco, Utah. The investigators also examined bits of clothing found with the bones, the Grand County, Utah, Sheriff’s ...


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