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By Erin McIntyre

A portal to the tastes, smells and sounds of the South has opened up on Main Street, with the debut of Ella’s Blues Room restaurant at 336 Main St. Homesick Southerners will appreciate the boiled peanuts, fried okra and homemade chicken ...

Biz Buzz: July 3, 2016

By Staff

After 31 years of outfitting western Colorado in timeless Western wear — and helping out countless 4-H kids along the way — Harriet Crawford is ready to hang up her own hat and kick off her own boots. The owner of and namesake ...

Graff Dairy back in big way

By Staff

Graff Dairy back in big way Sure, this weekend’s reopening of Graff Dairy in Grand Junction after a two-year hiatus has a nostalgic appeal to it. After all, the roots of the community institution trace back to a dairy that was ...

Dave Says: No more guilt trips!

By Staff

No more guilt trips! Dear Dave, My parents left their six-figure jobs to enter the ministry when I was in high school. That was 10 years ago, and my mom still regularly asks me to share my money with them. I don’t mind helping out once ...

Biz Buzz: June 29, 2016

By Staff

The increasing buzz over mixed-martial arts and the high-profile UFC fights that have been drawing millions of viewers seem to be trickling down to fitness enthusiasts, who more and more are looking at full-contact sports to achieve their ...


Bert’s big hats: Buford’s outlandish caps on display at Veteran’s Art Center

By Duffy Hayes

Bert Buford is a veteran, an artist, and a businessman — and it’s because of the Veteran’s Art Center. The 63-year-old veteran of the United States Navy is a common sight most days at the center, 307 S. 12th St., which ...


High Country Sporting Dogs provides training,
 ultimate adventures for pooches on Glade Park

By Katie Langford

Brett and Robbie Arnold have created a veritable canine paradise on their 40-acre property in Glade Park, though they’re telling folks it’s simply a day camp for dogs. The father-and-son team at High Country Sporting Dogs ...

Building community in Fruita

By Staff

Building community in Fruita Any self-respecting pizza lover knows well the hot pie Anne Keller and Jen Zeuner have been dishing up for more than a decade now at the Hot Tomato in Fruita. What those aficionados may be less aware of is how ...

Biz Buzz, June 26, 2016

By Staff

Former customers of Safari LTD auto repair shop, which had a fine focus and specialty servicing Toyota and Lexus vehicles, have had to find another place to bring their rides since the shop closed earlier this year. But a former head ...

The role of Medicare and Medicaid in long-term care

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

Last week, we explained the options to pay for long-term care are very limited. Adding to the problem is a significant amount of incorrect information about what those options are. For example, many seniors erroneously believe Medicare will ...

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