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Mesa State men’s lacrosse score, March 18, 2011

By Staff

Notre Dame de Namur 10, Mesa State 5 Men Friday at Belmont, Calif. Mesa State 3 0 0 2 —  5 Notre Dame de Namur 2 2 3 3 — 10 Goals (assist) First Quarter: Trevor Ecton (Michael Giffen), MSC, 12:13; Jordan Wagner, NDNU, ...

Prep swimming results, March 18, 2011

By Staff

Montrose Invitational Friday at Montrose TEAM SCORES 1. Cherry Creek, 365; 2. Montrose High School, 250; 3. District 51 Griffins, 208; 4. Durango, 112; 5. Pueblo East Swim Team, 104; 6. Glenwood Springs, 70; 7. Moffat County, 42; 8. Pueblo ...

Solar rebate program extended for a year

By Staff

The Colorado Public Utilities Commission approved a settlement agreement Friday that will allow a popular solar-panel-rebate program to continue for another year. The agreement was worked out between Xcel Energy and solar-panel ...

Clutch hits with runners on base help Mines top Mesa State

By Staff

Colorado School of Mines went 10 for 18 with runners in scoring position Friday night to pick up its first RMAC baseball win of the season, 12-5 over Mesa State. Every Oredigger except designated hitter Jarred Wallace got at least one hit off ...

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Business moves into historic house

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A house on the northeast corner of Seventh Street and Patterson Road will be turned into the offices for Columbine Caregivers, a home care company. The house was the last residential property at the intersection, which has St. Mary’s ...

Blotter, March 19, 2011

By Staff

ATV on public roadway A Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputy had a little trouble Thursday catching up to a Grand Junction man who was riding an all-terrain vehicle on a public roadway in what the deputy said was an ongoing problem ...

Death Notices: March 19, 2011

By Staff

Geoffrey Mace Hughey, 51, Clifton, died March 16, 2011, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Mr. Hughey was a musician. No services are planned. Survivors include his parents, Jack A. Hughey and Carol Whiles; and two brothers, Marc A. of Clifton ...

Revenue forecast better than anticipated

By Charles Ashby

The state’s economic outlook hasn’t changed much, but it has improved enough to cut in half the revenue shortfall that was expected to lead to huge cuts in K–12 spending next year. State economists told lawmakers Friday ...

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Bike race hits another bump

By Amy Hamilton

Allowing a professional bike race in Colorado National Monument would set a precedent that would reverberate throughout all parks in the National Park Service network, according to an official from the National Park Service. John Wessels, the ...

Local Briefs, March 18, 2011

By Staff

Students receive honors Stephanie Linsley, a Central High School student, has been awarded a 2011 Boettcher Foundation Scholarship, which covers most college expenses. Charlie Reicks of Grand Junction was named to the dean’s list at ...

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