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Briefs: OA A Little Romance February 20, 2009

By Staff

The Valley Symphony Orchestra will highlight some of its talented musicians during two presentations of “A Little Romance and Some Local Color” in Delta and Montrose. Concerts will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 20, at the Delta ...

OA: Pollux Column February 20, 2009

By Ivy Parnasius

Spring skirts are in full bloom. Whether you want to be sassy, smart, sexy or sweet, the options abound this season. A ruffle at the bottom of a straight skirt adds a playful, feminine detail while at work. Another choice is an A-line skirt ...


OA: College’s ‘The Magic Flute’ to be exotic, lavish and witty

By Staff

As you read this, “The Magic Flute” is being performed somewhere. It’s that popular, according to Jack Delmore, professor of music at Mesa State College. But in Grand Junction, the production of Wolfgang Amadeus ...

Briefs: Mesa State Swimming February 20, 2009

By Staff

College Swimming Mesa State College freshmen Gina Panacci and Katie Wedel each won one event Thursday during the first day of the RMAC swim championships in San Antonio, Texas. Panacci won the 500-yard freestyle in 5 minutes, 16.23 seconds, ...

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Ignoring pain, Central’s Rodriguez wins first-round match in Class 5A

By Staff

DENVER — A sore shoulder wasn’t about to keep Jesus Rodriguez from his appointed Class 5A state wrestling appearance. The Central High School junior 125-pounder had earned his spot in the tournament and he wasn’t going to ...

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Quickness important in first round for 3A wrestlers

By Staff

DENVER — For wrestlers who have competed in the state tournament before, the first round is all about getting off the mat as quickly as possible. Western Slope wrestlers in Thursday’s first round of the Class 3A tournament did a ...

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Palisade’s Wagler, Barnes removed from tournament

By Staff

DENVER — Palisade High School’s shot at a state title came crashing down Thursday when the team was informed two seniors would be held out of the Class 4A state tournament. Tanner Barnes (152 pounds) and Aaron Wagler (189) were ...


Final game big for local teams in terms of playoff seeding

By Patrick Bahr

Winning late in the season is crucial to reaching the Class 4A or Class 5A playoffs. When the seeding committee sits down Sunday afternoon to hash out the 4A and 5A brackets, there are no guarantees of a playoff spot or a high seed. The ...


Mesa State seniors emphasize the importance of school

By Allen Gemaehlich

They’ve been through some tough times on the basketball court, but Stephanie Delgado and Abby Hancock have persevered. The Mesa State College seniors will be honored Saturday night before they play their final home game. The Mavericks ...

Student survey led to Mesa adding three new sports starting next year

By Allen Gemaehlich

The students let Mesa State College know what they wanted, and they are going to get it. A survey asking the students what other extracurricular activities they wanted produced results that led the college to add three varsity sports, Mesa ...

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