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Many Area Wrestlers Going to State Championships

Feb 18th @ 9:30 am

Jesus Casillas led Montrose with a heavyweight region title.  He will be joined at state by teammates Terrell Banuelos (106), Matt Sandoval (138) and Marcus Velasquez (160) were runners-up; and Emmanuel Sandoval (113) placed fourth.   The Olathe Pirates have 6 wrestlers at State. Austin Shank at 113 pounds, Trenton Piatt at 120 and Jacob [...]

Dutch’s Fate Determined Today in Montrose

Feb 14th @ 6:54 am

This story comes from the GJ Daily Sentinel The owner of Dutch, judged a vicious dog for an attack in November, will find out today whether the American Allaunt lives or dies when he’s surrendered to animal control in Montrose. Dutch has been with his owner, Jeremiah Aguilar, since Jan. 17, when Municipal Judge [...]

Local News n Sports Feb 12 (audio)

Feb 12th @ 7:21 am

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Local News n Sports Feb 11 (audio)

Feb 11th @ 7:32 am

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Area Basketball Results Sat Feb 9

Feb 10th @ 9:09 am

Results courtesy of the GJ Daily Sentinel Girls basketball: Coal Ridge Titans 52, Cedaredge Bruins 46:  Coal Ridge battled back from an early 19-11 deficit to down Cedaredge, ending the Bruins 3-game winning streak in a game broadcast on 94 KIX.   Senior Paige Ryan scored a game high 26 points at the Titans improve [...]

MHS Places 5th at SWL Duals – 3 Champs Crowned

Feb 10th @ 8:34 am

This story comes from both the GJ Daily Sentinel and the Montrose Daily Press and The Montrose Indians went 2-3 at the SWL Dual Championships yesterday as 4 regulars sat out.  Montrose beat Durango and Montezuma-Cortez, but lost to champion Central, Fruita and GJ to finish in 5th place.  An injured shoulder has ended [...]

MHS Morris 3-Peats at State Swimming

Feb 10th @ 8:11 am

This story appears in the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel Logan Morris won her third consecutive 100-yard breaststroke state title in the Class 4A state swimming championships on Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton. And just as she did in Friday’s preliminary round, Morris, a senior headed to New Mexico State University, set [...]

Local News n Sports Feb 8 (audio)

Feb 8th @ 7:25 am

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Local News n Sports Feb 7 (audio)

Feb 7th @ 6:48 am

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Saturday Headliners Revealed for Country Jam 2013

Feb 4th @ 6:53 am

Thursday, June 20 Parmalee at 3:15 p.m. LoCash Cowboys at 5 p.m. Lee Brice at 7:15 p.m. Montgomery Gentry at 9:30 p.m. Friday, June 21 Dustin Lynch at 3:15 p.m. Florida Georgia Line at 5 p.m. Gary Allan at 7:15 p.m. Pistol Annies at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, June 22 Randy Houser at 5 p.m. Uncle [...]

Area Wrestling: Paonia 54, Rifle 22

Feb 1st @ 6:00 am

Ty Coats, Zach Milner, Jorge Quinonez, Tyler Kendall, Joel Simianer and Tony Darling each had pins to lead the Class 2A No. 1-ranked Eagles in the victory at Colorado Mesa’s Brownson Arena.  Coats avenged a loss from more than a season ago and pinned Hugo Ruelas in 2:41 at 145 pounds. “I was a little [...]

Indians Lose Final Home Wrestling Dual 38-36

Feb 1st @ 5:55 am

Rowdy Allen, Tonka Little-Fawn and Kyle Martinez had pins to lead Central to a 
38-36 victory over Montrose on Thursday in the final home match of the season for the Indians.  Montrose heavyweight Jesus Casillas, 106-pounder Terrell Banuelos, 113-pounder Emmanuel Sandoval, 138-pounder Matt Sandoval and 152-pounder Joe Sandoval had pins. Marcus Velasquez won by forfeit [...]

Colorado to Consider New Cementing Rules for Gas Wells

Mar 7th @ 11:53 am

Colorado regulators are considering new casing regulations for about 30 gas wells south of Silt because of groundwater contamination concerns. The Daily Sentinel reports that the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission may also consider retroactive top-to-bottom cementing of natural gas wells in other areas of the region too. Some wells are only cased from [...]