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The Things you miss about College: Aug. 28

By Staff

The things you miss most about college: 1 Actual free time.     2 Your best friends living 5 minutes away from you.   3 Breaks every few months.     4 Hot girls.     5 Spontaneous ...


Cheers! Martini challenge

By Staff

Martini challenge So since no one has yet stepped up to make me a better martini than I can, I challenged someone to do it. Michelle, one of the bartenders over at the Rocks Bar & Grille at Tiara Rado Golf Course, where I can be found ...

Social Junction, Aug. 28

By Staff

Dinosaur enthusiasts descended upon Dinosaur Journey on Saturday for the 27th annual Dinosaur Day. The Dinosaur Day Expedition Quest filled the Fruita museum with people and offered face painting, an obstacle course and digging for dinos among ...

BizBuzz, Aug. 28

By Staff

Robert Buckley at The Giving Touch Massage Therapy School, 3145 Lakeside Drive, graduated his first class of students this week, including a hearing-impaired woman who is already treating paying clients and another who was already hired by a ...

WPX Energy brings in Piceance partner

By Gary Harmon

A major Piceance Basin player is bringing in a partner that aims to use natural gas to produce a transportation fuel. WPX Energy and Houston-based G2X announced this week they will work together on WPX Energy’s Trail Ridge properties in ...

Email letters, August 27, 2014

By Staff

Candidate’s wife responds to statement that Henderson’s resume is thin Reading the letter to the editor by about Mr. Brownlee’s resume for assessor was impressive, but I have to say that I disagree that Mr. Henderson’s ...

More Colorado pot seized in the mail, report says

By The AP

DENVER — The amount of Colorado marijuana being seized en route to other states through the U.S. mail has more than quadrupled since 2010 and was destined for more states than before, according to a new report by a federally funded drug ...

Utah couple rescued from Lizard Head Wilderness

By The AP

TELLURIDE — A Moab, Utah couple who got lost while mushroom hunting in the Colorado backcountry are safe after being forced to spend the night in near freezing conditions. Searchers found David and Meeche Bodner Wednesday morning in the ...

Search for missing woman near Aspen called off

By The AP

ASPEN — Authorities have suspended a search for a 57-year-old woman missing after reportedly leaving her campsite near Aspen. A man who had been camping with Dorothy Jenkins said she walked away from their campsite near Burnt Mountain ...

Wet, cool day on tap for West Slope

By Mike Wiggins

A wet, cool day is in store for western Colorado today, one that’s expected to bring more rain to the Grand Valley and snow to the highest elevations. The National Weather Service says an unseasonably cold low pressure system passing ...

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