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Gappmaier leads Mavs with win in Wyoming

By Staff

Three Mesa State College wrestlers placed Saturday in the University of Wyoming Open, but it wasn’t any of the veteran returning wrestlers. Redshirt freshman Jon Gappmaier won the 141-pound amateur division title with five wins, ...

Cold, snow don’t bother runners at Rim Rock Marathon

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Bernie Boettcher began the first Rim Rock Marathon covered in a garbage bag. The 43-year-old Silt man kept it on Saturday for 18 of the 26.2-mile marathon over the Colorado National Monument. “I have to admit, this was one of the ...

Battlement Mesa vacancies skyrocketing

By Dennis Webb

BATTLEMENT MESA — Brittany Roselle’s apartment complex doesn’t quite bustle with people the way it did a few years ago. “It’s really a lot emptier,” she said as she shepherded her daughter, Kate, 4, from ...

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Marathon man: Fanselow wins inaugural Rim Rock Marathon

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Bill Fanselow has a lot to celebrate. The Golden man, who turns 43 today, was the first runner to cross the finish line Saturday in the inaugural Rim Rock Marathon over the Colorado National Monument. He finished the course in 2 hours, 43 ...

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Making a statement: Olathe piles on 30 points during second quarter in rout of Salida

By Staff

OLATHE — As the undefeated Class 2A state champions riding a 24-game winning streak, the Olathe High School football team was a little taken aback when it didn’t get the No. 1 seed in this season’s state ...

Trooper hit by pickup on 6&50

By Amy Hamilton

A Colorado State Patrol trooper was struck by a vehicle Friday night on U.S. Highway 6&50 while investigating a crash. Colorado State Patrol Sgt. Scott Simons said he could not release the officer’s name because it was unclear ...

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Horse left abandoned near Rulison survives gunshot to head

By Dennis Webb

The Garfield County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an animal cruelty case in which someone shot a horse in the head and abandoned it. The horse survived being shot with what appears to have been a small-caliber gun, but ...

Why annexation makes sense for Fruitvale and Clifton

By Staff

Petition circulators are making their way through the Phase I area of Clifton/Fruitvale proposed for annexation to the city of Grand Junction. If enough petitions are signed by property owners, the application will be submitted to the City ...

Road Trip: Nov. 27-Dec. 2, 2009

By Staff

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado and Utah in the near future. Danny Barnes Trio with Spring Creek — Boulder Theater, Boulder, Nov. 27. The Best Response — Bluebird Theater, Denver, Nov. 27. Warrior King with ...

Hasan a terrorist?  Actually he’s more than that

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It appears, sadly, that Major Nidal Malik Hasan retains his rank in the U.S. Army. Even giving credit for some investigatory time to pass since Nov. 5, when Hasan killed 12 soldiers and a military contractor and wounded 42 others at Fort Hood ...

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