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Passenger traffic now allowed across Bedrock bridge

By Staff

A crack in the bridge over the Dolores River east of Bedrock closed a charter school through the weekend and inconvenienced other residents, but state engineers have now reopened the bridge to pedestrian traffic. Commercial traffic is still ...


Email letters, September 19, 2014

By Staff

Women need to be informed about Gardner’s views on choice and conception before voting A woman’s right to make her own health care choices is under attack. Congressman Cory Gardner’s support of the personhood amendments to ...


Virus prompts restrictions at 2 Colorado hospitals

By The AP

GREELEY — Hospitals in Greeley and Loveland have imposed visitor restrictions because of the Colorado outbreak of enterovirus 68. The Greeley Tribune reported Friday the restrictions include no visitors under age 13 and mandatory health ...


Teacher absences prompt 2 schools to cancel class

By The AP

WESTMINSTER — Classes were canceled Friday at two high schools in the Jefferson County district because so many teachers called in sick amid a contentious public debate over pay plans and curriculum. It wasn’t immediately clear ...


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R-rated musical comedy ‘Avenue Q’ takes CMU stage

By Melinda Mawdsley

Although puppets are the stars of “Avenue Q,” the first show of Colorado Mesa University’s Main State Theatre Arts Season is far from a children’s performance. “Avenue Q” is an edgy, R-rated musical comedy ...


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Music Scene: Gordon Lightfoot, other shows for Sept. 19–25

By Melinda Mawdsley

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Gordon Lightfoot, with a career that spans more than five decades, stops in Grand Junction for a show at 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 21, at Two Rivers Convention Center. Tickets cost $40–$65 and can be purchased at ...


On The Goe: Stunt albums prove there’s dying interest in new music

By David Goe

Big news from the music world this past week was oligarchic rock band U2 sending out some junk mail in the form of its new album “Songs of Innocence,” to over a half a billion iTunes users. If you have an iTunes account you have ...


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Quick Picks: Colorado Mountain Winefest; Fall Fest

By Staff

Friday—Sunday, Sept. 19–21 Go for Riesling One of the valley’s top industries takes center stage during the 23rd annual Colorado Mountain Winefest. Participating area restaurants offer food and wine pairings throughout the ...


Entertainment briefs: Sept. 19–25

By Staff

Art studio schedules area classes Watercolor Dogs Art Studio is offering a number of art classes at various venues in the Grand Valley. A schedule of classes and locations are at watercolordogs.com or call 270-2235 for information. Art, ...


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‘Lynn Harrell at the Avalon’

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Tchaikovsky’s rousing “1812 Overture,” with cannon fire, ringing chimes and brass fanfare, will open the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra 2014–15 concert season with a concert at the renovated Avalon Theatre. The ...


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