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Mavs win RMAC women’s tennis title

By Staff

Mesa State is playing its best tennis of the season, and Saturday cruised past top-seeded Nebraska-Kearney 5-1 to win the RMAC women’s championship. The Mavericks, seeded second, won two close doubles matches at Gates Tennis Center, and ...


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Outdoor Heritage Day a great opportunity for youth to learn outdoors

By Dave Buchanan

Saturday marks the fourth Outdoor Heritage Day, an event conceived by local District Wildlife Manager Frank McGee of the Colorado Division of Wildlife. It was grown from McGee’s initial idea of pulling youngsters away from electronic ...


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Modern-day Costa Rica exotic, tropical and will do wonders for your skin

By Bill Haggerty

“Cambiamos las armas por cuadernos.” “We exchange armed forces for notebooks,” said Daniel Zúñiga from Monteverde, Costa Rica. It’s a way of life for the 4.5 million residents of Costa Rica, Daniel ...


Airport maintains gift shop lease with current operator

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A family who has run the gift shop and concessions inside Grand Junction Regional Airport for more than 40 years will extend its longevity at the airport for at least another five years. The airport’s governing board this week ...


Palisade baseball postponed

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Palisade High School’s baseball doubleheader today against Moffat County is postponed because of inclement weather. The Western Slope League games have been rescheduled for Monday. The first game is scheduled for 3 p.m. with the second ...


Religion Briefs, April 23, 2011

By Staff

Handbell choir sets Eckert performance Mountain Echoes Handbell Choir will perform at 2 p.m. May 1 at the Eckert Presbyterian Church in Eckert. The program will include patriotic selections as well as sacred and familiar tunes from ...


Ride the wave to learn how sound is transmitted

By Gary McCallister

Imagine that you are carefully submerged in a pool of water to the level of halfway up the pupil of your eye. Half of your view is above water and the other half below. Imagine that the water is as smooth as glass. Then imagine what happens ...


Western Slope, Denver near agreement on water deal

By Dennis Webb

A pending deal five years in the making and involving nearly 30 parties seeks to ensure Denver Water’s ability to divert additional Colorado River water while helping resolve Western Slope concerns. The agreement is expected to require ...


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Dollars for child-care assistance drying up

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Low-income families long have been able to rely on a federal program that provided them cash to help pay for child care, enabling parents to hold down a job, seek work or go back to school. But a steady decline in program funding, coupled ...


Dems to describe their own vision for redistricting of state

By Charles Ashby

Senate Democrats plan to introduce their own congressional district map next week, saying a bipartisan panel looking at doing that has fulfilled its obligations. Sen. Rollie Heath, D-Boulder and co-chairman of the Joint Select Committee on ...


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