Trinity, Destiney and Nevack Sanchez-Haey took a break from dancing at the annul Cinco de Mayo festival that took place Saturday in downtown Grand Junction. The annual event featured vendors, entertainment, a jalapeno-eating contest and a street dance.
Social Junction photographer Christine Szeredy captured many smiling faces, some in beautiful traditional attire. All photos are available for reprint and gift items. (Reminder: Mother’s Day is Sunday.)
DENVER — A bill designed to help rural areas of the state recover from the recent recession as Front Range cities have saw more changes made to it in the Colorado Senate, which then gave it a preliminary thumbs-up on Monday.
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Many enjoyed this popular downtown festival.
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