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Panel stops bill to license naturopathic doctors

By Charles Ashby

A number of people in Colorado call themselves naturopathic doctors but shouldn’t be allowed to claim the title, proponents of a bill to license them told a House committee Tuesday. Christopher Lepisto, the sole naturopathic doctor in ...


RMAC Shootout, Mesa State Basketball Boxscores, Tuesday, March 1

By Staff

RMAC Shootout In Bracket Order Men Quarterfinals March 1 Colorado Mines 82, Nebraska-Kearney 66 Adams State 106, N.M. Highlands 98, 2OT Fort Lewis 74, Mesa State 66 Metro State 90, Western New Mexico 69 Semifinals Friday At Colorado ...


Sports in Brief: Skarda qualifies for national meet

By Staff

College Track & Field Skarda qualifies for national meet Mesa State distance runner Alexis Skarda has qualified for the NCAA Division II national indoor track and field championships March 11-12 in Albuquerque, N.M. Skarda has the ...


Girls Basketball Results, Tuesday, March 1

By Staff

Grand Junction 48, Palmer 41 GRAND JUNCTION Fawn Brady 6 5-9 17, Jamie Derrieux 3 7-9 14, Paula Lage 5 3-6 13, Jeslyn Szabo 1 0-0 2, Joei Ritter 1 0-0 2. Totals: 16 15-24 48. PALMER Mary Miller 8 4-6 20, Taylor Torres 5 2-3 14, Jenny ...


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Skyhawks’ stars shine: Mavs can’t stop Fort Lewis trio in RMAC Shootout loss

By Ryan Owens

DURANGO — Apparently 72 hours was all the Fort Lewis College men’s basketball team needed to find itself. Only three days removed from a 72-52 loss at Mesa State College in Grand Junction — a game in which the ...


Brady’s big first quarter helps Tigers hold on vs. Palmer

By Staff

Grand Junction High School senior Fawn Brady showed how badly she wanted to keep her career going. Tuesday night in a Class 5A Sweet 16 playoff game at Palmer High School, Brady scored 13 points in the first quarter to put the Tigers ahead ...


Mesa falls short in first round of RMAC shootout

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ALAMOSA — The young Mesa State College women’s basketball team was shown how to win in the RMAC Shootout on Tuesday night by a veteran team that was in the Mavs’ shoes a year ago. “They’ve got 21 wins and they ...


Prep notebook: Players and coaches are ready to start soccer season

By Staff

The warmer weather couldn’t have come at a better time. Tryouts for spring sports began Monday and, in some cases, continue through this week. The warmer weather should help the four new coaches in the valley to see what their players ...


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A point well made: Daniels’ play at point guard a big plus for Wildcats

By Patrick Bahr

As your point guard goes, so goes your team. That’s the case for the Fruita Monument High School boys basketball team. Led by two-year starter Tyler Daniels, the Wildcats (17-6) have won their past 20 Southwestern League games and play ...


The monument at 100: What to call a monolith (besides big)

By Eric Sandstrom

This is the third in a series of weekly columns about Colorado National Monument in honor of the park’s centennial anniversary on May 24. Curious visitors to Colorado National Monument often ask me, “Like, where’s the ...


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