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Fruita girls soccer team continues road success

By Staff

Girls Soccer ‘Cats continue road success in Wyoming Fruita Monument High School rebounded from a loss against Cherry Creek last week by topping Cheyenne (Wyoming) South 4-0 on Friday. The Wildcats (2-1) traveled to face the Bison ...

For The Record, March 25, 2017

By Staff

MARRIAGES Henry Alexander Cisneros and Fabiola Marisol Gutierrez Barbosa, March 11. Mark Steven Meadows and Steven Kent Booth, March 13. Darren Matthew Clements and Brittney Marie Hood, March 13. Donald Leroy Taylor Jr. and Kristen ...

Seeing the light with both eyes closed

By Staff

Close your eyes. Now gently touch your eyelids over both eyes. A spot of light will appear in the darkness of each of your closed eyes. If you want a more exciting light show, rub your eyes vigorously back and forth. Dr. Waterhouse will be mad ...


Circle of seed-saving and lending continues at unique Hotchkiss library

By Erin McIntyre

HOTCHKISS — When Sarah Pope started the North Fork Seed Library in 2013, her goal was to educate patrons about seed saving and ignite a passion for growing their own favorite varieties of heirloom vegetables. But in the past four years, ...

Home and Garden Briefs, March 25, 2017

By Staff

Library hosting beekeeping talk The latest presentation in the Mesa County Library’s “Beyond the Garden” series is backyard beekeeping for beginners, at 6:30 p.m. on April 5 at the main branch. Beekeeper Amanda Quiqley ...

Have a bad weed problem? Pre-emergents a good solution

By Dennis Hill

I have a lot of weeds that come up in my yard and vegetable garden every spring and it seems like I’m pulling and spraying all summer long. Is there something I can do to help with this problem? — Jake I think I have a pretty ...


Artist brings Marvel superheroes to life in GJ visit

By Erin McIntyre

Jerry DeCaire’s world is one where anything can happen. The underdog can kick butt and save the world. The good guy wins the love interest. The Silver Surfer could ostensibly beat Superman, and (gasp!) Deadpool can wear a Hello Kitty ...


Tipton: I would have voted ‘no’ on American Health Care Act

By Gary Harmon

Had a vote on the American Health Care Act gone forward Friday, he would have cast his against it, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., said. The measure contained several elements he favored, but it lacked a Congressional Budget Office score ...


Real Estate Q&A

By Staff

Dear Dave, We are looking to buy a home this year and have been saving our money so we can put as much down as we possibly can. We have great credit. We recently ran into some unexpected expenses and our savings account is down a bit more ...

Family vacation travel, holiday trip in motorhome

Explore your future exploration at the RV Show

By Michael St. Clair

How many roads must a man walk down? The good news is that we don’t have to walk down all those roads anymore, man or woman. Better yet, if you want to get more than a few (say, 42), a great way to do it is with a recreational vehicle or ...

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