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Karen Moore, owner of Interiors, Etc., announced last week that she is retiring after 30 years, but she is transferring the design side of the business at 602 Main St. in downtown Grand Junction to Kirk Granum.

Longtime Main Street interior decorator hanging up her swatches, transferring design business

Another Main Street landmark is downsizing to embrace a leaner business model, following the retirement of the company’s founder.
Interiors, Etc. founder Karen Moore announced last week she is retiring after 30 years in business.

Six jailed in huge pot grow

Six men were arrested this week after local and federal authorities targeted an elaborate illegal marijuana grow that covered a full mile of federal land, adjacent to Colorado Highway 141 at the Dolores River and near the Mesa and Montrose county lines.

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