Mesa County Library displays fabric art

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Photo by Dean Humphrey

Dorothy Bridges admires the display of quilts at the Mesa County Library for a show provided by the Art Quilt Association.
Some of the pieces have a book or book title-theme.
Members of AQuA have pieces currently showing on the Front Range and Wisconsin. 

Lawyer: Contempt case violates juror’s rights

A contempt prosecution against a juror who served during Michael Blagg’s 2004 murder trial is judicial overreach and potentially violates due process rights, a Grand Junction lawyer argues in a court filing.




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