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Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 23, 2010

There used to be a killer pothole in the road near the intersection of North Avenue and 28 Road. After it formed several months ago, I took to carrying a ladder and flares in the car with me, ...

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Sherida Warner

Area artists’ ‘abs’ catch eye of New Jersey juror

Abstractions in art characterize a style that stresses form and color rather than the representation of any object; they are unconcerned with the literal depiction of things from the visible ...

Tess Furey

Feedlot mixes original recipes with ‘grandma’s’

Today’s Feedlot Restaurant had its start in a love story. But its history goes back much further in Fruita lore. When Russ and Tami Parker opened the new Feedlot in 2009, they had a rich ...

Rock Cesario

Numerous new releases coming in next two weeks; Petty coming soon

It is time for an update on all of the new music that has been released recently and some that will be out in the next two weeks. I’ve found some of this information in ...

Steve Beauregard

Spoiler alert: Season finale of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ to include cliffhanger!

Script of tomorrow night’s big “Grey’s Anatomy” season finale: The scene: Chaos outside Seattle Grace Hospital. Doctors and nurses frantically rush around as ambulances ...

Dixie Burmeister

Month of May means time to grill, make salad

It’s May, there’s a big three-day weekend is coming up and it’s National Hamburger Month. I planned to produce a long list of hamburger ideas for this column, then until I ...

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Sherida Warner

Dealing with dark side sheds light on art

Death, like life, is a secret of nature. — Marcus Aurelius, Roman emperor At 34, Jessica Geddes of Grand Junction seems wise beyond her years.        As a ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, May 16, 2010

Congratulations to the many graduates in the area who this spring are walking across the stage and into their future. With your degree in hand, the sky’s the limit. Here’s hoping ...

Rock Cesario

What it takes for a band’s music to transcend time

Rolling Stone magazine did a poll recently and had 1,744 readers respond. The poll asked some interesting questions. One of the questions was, “What decade’s music is your ...

Dave Buchanan

Despite freeze, red wines from past harvests will be plentiful

For many grape growers around the Grand Valley, it’s too late to save this year’s crop. Hit by repeated frosts, from last October to as late as this past week, many growers and ...

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