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Entertainment in Brief: Ouray show puts out call for artists

By Staff

Ouray show puts out call for artists The Artists’ Alpine Holiday Art Show has put out a call for visual artists who would like to exhibit in the 57th annual show on display July 27 through Aug. 5 at the Ouray Community Center in ...


Join the Lu’au: Grammy Award winner Kalani Pe’a set to perform at CMU event

By Ann Wright

By this time in the school year, the longing for the islands dramatically intensifies for some university students. If only they could see the brilliant orange petals of a bird of paradise. If only they could hear some live island music that ...

Lines West, March 31, 2017

By Staff

kamikaze orbiting the small electric fireball on the kitchen ceiling the bee throttles up again from a low hum to a red-lined whine firing itself toward open sky   nectar breeze   spring melt mountain streams  ...

New initiatives offer appetizer for tech-starved area

By David Goe

When I was a kid growing up in Grand Junction, the idea of being a web developer, or a filmmaker, or a sound engineer was an impossible dream. Those people were like magic to me. Whatever creative space they worked in was so far removed from ...

Quick Picks: The Grand Valley’s Got Talent; Dinner in the Dark; An Evening of Cowboy Poetry and West

By Ann Wright

Saturday, April 1 2 concerts, 4 parts The Grand Valley’s got talent and that’s not a joke, according to the Bookcliff Barbershop Harmony Chorus and even though the group’s concerts fall on April Fool’s Day. Both of ...

Email Letters: March 30, 2017

By Staff

Our money should be spent on citizen’s needs, not event center Doug Lucks makes good points in favor of an events center, but the dissension is not about the economics of an events center, but about how the citizen’s money is ...

UPDATE: Shooting victim died from head wound

By Dennis Webb

The man killed Wednesday night in Rifle’s first homicide in nearly a decade died from a gunshot wound to the head, according to autopsy results. Garfield County Coroner Robert Glassmire today identified the victim as Christopher Lee ...

Colorado bears waking up from hibernation seek food, trash

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Colorado wildlife officials say it’s time to start securing trash and putting bird feeders away — bear hibernation period is over. The Steamboat Pilot & Today reports that the Steamboat Police ...

Coroner: Loveland ski patrol illegally moved skier’s body

By The AP

BRECKENRIDGE — The Clear Creek County Coroner says officials with the Loveland Ski Area mishandled a dead body after a skier died on the slopes last week. The Summit Daily News reports that 35-year-old Cole Barker, of Silver Plume, died ...

Colorado sticks with youth surveys on drugs, sex, suicide

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers have changed their minds about funding a teen survey that asks about sex, drugs and suicide. The state Senate voted late Wednesday to restore some $745,000 to next year’s budget to pay for the ...

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