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OUT: Pegging it! March 04, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

BASALT — The calendar says the last week of February but the weather says spring. Which are you going to believe? There is more bare earth than snow lining the Roaring Fork River upstream of the hamlet of Basalt. Well-tanned skiers ...


Maxfield Family 3-2-9

Suspect’s family says they’re stunned and sorry

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Leah McLeod hadn’t seen the black-eyed, bloodied Derrick Maxfield staring out of the jail booking photo. That person is her son, she knows, but that’s not a side of him she ever has known, McLeod said Tuesday, three days after her ...


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DRINKING, LOVER’S QUARREL LED TO FATAL CRASH

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A Parachute man had been drinking with a friend and then got in a fight with his girlfriend before colliding at high speed with a pickup, killing a mother and daughter, according to court papers. Derrick Maxfield, 20, had a blood-alcohol ...


GarCo foreclosures up sharply

By Dennis Webb

Garfield County is experiencing a sharp rise in foreclosures so far this year. Thirty-two foreclosures were filed with the county through Feb. 25, putting it on an early pace to nearly double foreclosures in 2009 versus last year. At this ...


Playoff field narrows; teams into Sweet 16

By Patrick Bahr

What a difference one week can make. One week ago, high school basketball teams in the 5A and 4A brackets were preparing for their first game. Today, the field has been narrowed to 16 teams with games beginning Wednesday in the 5A girls ...


Mesa MH Jim Heaps 11-12-8

Heaps has Mavericks playing for regionals

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Reaching the regional playoffs is always a goal of the Mesa State College men’s basketball team. Getting there is the trick. “I have a long outstanding history of getting the Mavs to ninth in the region when eight teams ...


Briefs: Local Sports March 03, 2009

By Staff

Gymnastics • KidzPlex Gymastics’ USAG Level 8 team placed first and its Level 7 team second at last weekend’s Gymnastics Plus Invitational in Denver. Mary King took second all-around in the Level 8 Junior A division, ...


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Montrose beats Fruita for AAU championship

By Staff

The Montrose AAU boys basketball team didn’t look at Monday’s Mesa County Junior Basketball Association championship game as a revenge game. It was nice to turn the tables, however. After losing to the Fruita Nuggets 40-39 during ...


Kokopelli Clinics in Fruita add surgeon services

By Melinda Mawdsley

Dr. Christopher Wibbelsman will offer consultations and pre- and post-surgery exams in the General Surgeons of Western Colorado’s new offices to open in Fruita on March 9. Family Health West made an announcement last week that a surgeon ...


Briefs: Local Health March 03, 2009

By Staff

Resort promotes skin cancer awareness • Sunlight Mountain Resort is holding its first Melanoma Awareness Day and Brad Lanpher Lap-a-Thon on Saturday . The day is being held in honor of Lanpher, an avid skier who was diagnosed with ...


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