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Sherida Warner

Time to give thanks for good deeds

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I’m writing today about generosity and the kindness of the human spirit. I feel it’s important to pay tribute to those who make a concerted effort to ...


Rick Jussel

Broncos won’t be able to slow San Diego

My fantasy football team, Mr. J’s Junk, has been in first place throughout the season. My fantasy basketball team: same name, same spot on top. The Colorado Avs have held onto the top ...


Steve Beauregard

Twitter: a waste of cyberspace

Today we’ll start off with a warm and friendly message to all you nice folks out there who — without any sort of compensation or personal benefit — are kind enough to ...


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Sherida Warner

Show removes wraps to spotlight area talent

What a fascinating week I’ve just had watching a quilt show come together at the Western Colorado Center for the Arts in Grand Junction. “Quilts Unwrapped 2009” opened Friday ...


Kathy Jordan

Icehouse foundations reminders of prerefrigeration days

I have long been intrigued by the four cement foundations in the railroad yard near the Fifth Street viaduct. As a child and young adult I can remember seeing the icehouses on those ...


Steve Beauregard

Up, up and away with great parenting

The only explanation I have for my fascination with the Fort Collins “balloon boy” saga is that it’s a relief to find a guy out there who’s a worse dad than I am. By ...


Steve Beauregard

How to do the least for the annual feast

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, a day to watch football, share in the company of family, enjoy a magnificent feast, and just generally relax — unless, of course, you happen to be a female, in ...


Rick Jussel

Passing game is key for Broncos, Steelers on Monday night

Here we go, from the frying pan to the fire. Last week, the undefeated Denver Broncos buzzed into Baltimore and were blitzed, 30-7. The tone was set on the first play from scrimmage when ...


Kathy Jordan

Stone chimney all that’s left of once-bustling train depot

It is difficult to see the remains of the chimney across the Colorado River at mile marker 51 in De Beque Canyon along Interstate 70 unless you know just where to look. The light has to be ...


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Kathy Jordan

Greek immigrant had sanctuary for monkeys, birds

Panos Giannakaras, also known as Pete Olson, was the founder and owner of the Olympic Game Farm. He was born Aug. 8, 1883, in Pyrgos, Greece, and came to Grand Junction in 1905 to work on the ...


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