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Herl lifts Mavs past ’Hawks

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Every time Jase Herl made a big play — and there were several of them — down the stretch for the Mesa State College men’s basketball team Friday night, the student section chanted “M-V-P! M-V-P!” Truth be told, ...


Briefs: Local Sports February 21, 2009

By Staff

Volleyball •  Western Colorado 16s win title in Greeley The Western Colorado Volleyball Club’s 16s AJ Team won the grand reserve championship last weekend at the Rocky Mountain Showdown in Greeley. The three-day event drew ...


Palisade seniors Barnes, Wagler withdrawn from state competition

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DENVER — Officials are still not releasing much information about why two Palisade High School wrestlers were withdrawn from competition prior to Thursday’s first round of the Class 4A state tournament at the Pepsi Center. Tanner ...


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WRESTLERS MAKING GRAND VALLEY PROUD AT STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS

By Staff

Matthew Gurule looked like an accountant on Friday. The Central High School junior 103-pound wrestler isn’t so much athletic in his approach to the sport as he is businesslike. He made quick work of his two opponents on Friday and gets ...


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Conrardy tears meniscus, still moves on in Class 4A

By Staff

DENVER — Rifle Senior grappler James Conrardy has dreamed of getting to the finals of the Colorado Class 4A State Championship and winning since his freshman year. A torn meniscus was not going to prevent him from reaching that ...


HG: SustainAbility Column February 21, 2009

By Adele Israel

Mansel Zeck believes energy efficient homes should be available to more than just the very rich. That’s why he jumped at the chance to be the first production home builder on the Western Slope to create Energy Star subdivisions. Zeck, ...


HG: Homegrown Column February 21, 2009

By Dennis Hill

For several years, we’ve had our pinyon pine trees sprayed for prevention of beetles. Last summer, because the technician who did the spraying told me we didn’t need to spray, I stopped the service. In the fall, I noticed ...


Fort Lewis relies on outside shooting to top Mesa St.

By Allen Gemaehlich

The Mesa State College women’s basketball tried to force second-ranked Fort Lewis to find someone other than Allison Rosel to carry the load. The Skyhawks did. Reserve point guard Abby Jackson led Fort Lewis (23-1, 16-0 RMAC) with 19 ...


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Brown loses final game with Mavs

By Allen Gemaehlich

It was a game the Adams State College women’s basketball team needed. For the second time against Mesa State this season, they needed overtime to win it. Adams State defeated the Mavericks 74-67 in an RMAC game Saturday night at ...


For the Record February 21, 2009

By Staff

Births Delta County Memorial Hospital Mike and Shannon Keith, Montrose, a son, Feb. 12. Adam Silva and Natalie Silva, Delta, a son, Feb. 13. Dwayne and Alecia Via, Delta, a son, Feb. 14. Josh and Nicole Fuhrer, Olathe, a son, Feb. 14. ...


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