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Rock Cesario

Triple Played: Hard Working Americans enjoy payoff with debut

One of the better new releases this year, in my opinion, comes from a band I had never heard of until recently. Most of you may not have heard of them either, but I’ll bet you know of ...

Rick Jussel

Jussel: Free agent signings a good start for Broncos

The Denver Broncos, as has been the case since John Elway won the recruiting battle for quarterback Peyton Manning two seasons ago, have again made a huge splash in free agency. This time ...

Dave Buchanan

Bonné‘s book gives insight into evolving wine industry

California long has been the crucible for much of American winemaking, and while there certainly are reasons why not every wine-making region in the United States (and elsewhere) can or should ...

Rick Jussel

Denver’s free-agent possibilities endless

The best part of the National Football League season — unless, of course, your team is up 30 points in the fourth quarter of the Super Bowl — starts today with the opening of free ...

Sherida Warner

Quilters’ special day unravels stories of their lives

”Our lives are like quilts — bits and pieces, joy and sorrow, stitched with love.” This quote on the website of Sunset Slope Quilters of Grand Junction underscores the ...

Erin McIntyre

Drag out the hose, it’s time to water!

Although we’ve had a pretty wet winter by Grand Valley standards, it doesn’t excuse us from giving our trees and shrubs a drink of water. Now that the snow is all gone, and the ...

Steve Beauregard

With taxes, it’s either a sign-waver or Cell Block D

It’s Saturday, and I’m dropping off a truck load of leaves at the Mesa County compost facility. Apparently, the city’s fall leaf program is over. Near an Orchard Mesa strip ...

Rick Jussel

Broncos must fill gaps with free agents

Unless you considered the National Football League draft combine must-see TV and you monitored every 40-yard dash, bench pressing session and standing long jump recently in Indianapolis, there ...

Tammy Gemaehlich

Your Town, March 2, 2014

A number of corned beef and cabbage dinners are planned this month in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. The tradition originated as part of Irish-American culture, but the Irish actually ...

Sherida Warner

Tire mascot challenge sure to have quilters’ wheels turning

A lot of big wheels, the biggest being the famed Michelin Man himself, will roll into Montrose for the 19th annual Black Canyon Quilt Show, scheduled July 11–13. The event will be at the ...

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