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City Market takes step toward store on Patterson

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City Market has taken the next step toward building its much-debated supermarket at 12th Street and Patterson Road, filing an application this month to change the zoning of the land and obtain a conditional-use permit. Denver-based Goldberg ...


Homework: Student Voices October 27, 2008

By Staff

Last Monday, student reporters Kayden Horwitz, Stephani Soto and Regina Gasperini were screened by local McCain campaign workers and escorted into the bleacher area behind Suplizio Field by a Secret Service agent. Then the agent and a ...


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Homework: Kids Voting October 27, 2008

By Staff

The U.S. House of Representatives race for Colorado’s largest district, House District 3, will be decided between incumbent Democrat John Salazar and Republican candidate Wayne Wolf of Cedaredge. District 3 encompasses most of western ...


SOW Woolsey Griffin 10-25-8

SOW: Griffin Woolsey October 27, 2008

By Staff

Catching Griffin Woolsey with time to himself occurs rarely. But Central High School’s Head Boy said he doesn’t mind. “I didn’t think being Head Boy would take as much of my time as it does, but you’ve got to ...


Briefs: Sports RMAC Roundup October 26, 2008

By Staff

RMAC ROUNDUP •  Chadron State 34, Colorado Mines 17: The Eagles (8-1, 7-0 RMAC) picked off three passes and recovered three fumbles to overcome a 17-10 halftime deficit and rolled past the Orediggers. • Nebraska-Kearney ...


Wildcats meet goal at state x-country meet

By Staff

FORT COLLINS — They may have finished 23rd out of the 24 Class 5A teams, but the Fruita Monument boys cross country team met its goal. Two of the Wildcats’ runners, Travis Bisbee (17:21.39) and Woody Seagren (17:38.44), finished ...


Rick Jussel Column October 26, 2008

By Rick Jussel

The good news for the Denver Broncos: No game today! Yes, it’s the bye week, the built-in vacation that allows teams to lick their wounds and heal up, all the while hopefully gathering steam for and intelligence against the next ...


Briefs: Sports Prep Roundup October 26, 2008

By Staff

The Central High School volleyball team advanced to this weekend’s regional tournament by finishing second in Saturday’s Class 5A District 7 tournament at Denver East. The Warriors defeated Denver East and Littleton in pool ...


Geoff Baldwin File 10-23-8

Grand Junction’s Baldwin headed to Nebraska to play ball with the big boys

By Patrick Bahr

Geoff Baldwin is just beginning to reap what he has sowed. He’s developed from a good athlete as a freshman with a lot of potential to a senior starting to lock in on his future. Baldwin, a senior at Grand Junction High School, has ...


Lovato’s big hitting powers Mesa to RMAC win over CSU-Pueblo

By Patrick Bahr

Mesa State not only got a win against CSU-Pueblo but something it can build upon for future matches. The Mavericks (11-11, 9-6 RMAC)  overcame a 19-13 deficit in the third game to defeat the ThunderWolves 25-23 and complete a sweep, ...


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