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Local Bowling Highlights, Thursday, Jan. 13

By Staff

Local Highlights Orchard Mesa Lanes Monday Night Masters High scores— Ron uminer 300 (801), Allen Thompson 279-256-264 (799), Dan Nadeau 258-237-257 (752), Mike Hillen 257-258-227 (742), Dustin Cockroft 248 (708), Jamie McHodgkins 255 ...


Blotter, Jan. 14 2011

By Staff

Predator returns to city Grand Junction police Thursday issued a bulletin notifying the community that a sexually violent predator is moving back into the city. Carl Vincent Avery, 47, was released from the Colorado Department of Corrections ...


Prep Wrestling Results, Thursday, Jan. 13

By Staff

Grand Junction 53,  Fruita Monument 15 Thursday at Fruita 103 pounds — Ian Konrad, FM, won by forfeit; 112 — Matt Bishop, FM, def. Rory Wick 9-6; 119 — Dylon Thompson, GJ, pinned Seth Gonzales, 3:08; 125 — Chase ...


Moderate Hickenlooper sets tone in speech that appeals to many

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Gov.  John   Hickenlooper earned just as many accolades from Republicans as he did Democrats when he delivered his first State of the State speech Thursday. That’s because the moderate Democrat talked about ...


Death Notices, Jan. 14, 2011

By Staff

Judy Ann Bruntz, 64, Delta, died Jan. 12, 2011, at her home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Taylor Funeral Service in Delta. Survivors include her husband, Rodney of Delta; one son, David Robert of Alamosa; one daughter, Sheri ...


Briefs, Jan. 14, 2011

By Staff

Several offices closed Monday for Martin Luther King Day Mesa County administrative offices will be closed Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Closed on Monday will be the Health Department and Department of Human Services, 510 29 ...


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The Warrior way: Central rallies from early deficit to top Montrose

By Staff

The Montrose High School wrestling team’s reign atop the Southwestern League could be coming to an end. Central took a big step to putting an ending the Indians’ four-year title run with a 41-29 victory Thursday night in ...


Mesa State men know role in Heaps’ system

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The thing about the Mesa State College men’s basketball team is, the parts may change, but the system is the same. Last season, the Mavericks were a perimeter-oriented team. This season, not so much. It’s still the same offense, ...


Walters hoping for more from Mesa State women in new year

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The calendar has turned, and Roger Walters expects things to turn for the Mesa State College women’s basketball team. “It’s time,” the Mavs’ coach said Thursday. “It’s the middle of January. We can ...


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Rivals hit the mat: Casey lifts GJ past Fruita Monument in Southwestern League dual

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Grand Junction had already built a comfortable lead, but it was Gage Casey’s rematch that got the Tigers on their feet. The Grand Junction High School junior ended up with a chance at revenge with Fruita Monument’s Dallas Bernal ...


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