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Attack of the killer tomato problems!

By Erin McIntyre

It always seems that as soon as the tomatoes start to ripen, the tomato problems start. After all this anticipation, it’s a real disappointment to have a gorgeous green tomato ripen for weeks and then … ugh. Nasty tomato hornworms ...


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Trails closed to give moose room

By Staff

The moose are loose in the Maroon Bells Scenic area near Aspen, so much so that wildlife officials have had to close a number of trails due to concerns about two bull moose in close proximity. The U.S. Forest Service temporarily closed the ...


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Cactus Canyon closing for good

By Greg Ruland

Doors were locked tight Friday and a red and white banner on the building advertised 6,000 square feet for lease, both apparent signs that a popular Clifton nightclub is closed for good after eight years in business. Cactus Canyon, a ...


There’s not a lot you can do to extend salvia bloom

By Dennis Hill

Last year, we planted about eight dark blue, beautiful salvia plants. The flowers on the spikes that were fully clad in gorgeous purple flowers are now starting to wane a bit, and only the tips of the spikes remain deep purple. I would love ...


CDO scientists are experts at parsing space and time

By Staff

Scientists sometimes obsess over things that normal people don’t consider important. Not me, of course, just other scientists. I am only obsessive about really important things. Like, what do bees do all night in the hive? And, why ...


For The Record, July 12, 2014

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Sean and Amanda Gochoco, Grand Junction, a son, June 19. Serio and Amanda Torrez, Grand Junction, a daughter, June 19. Terry and Valerie Tapley, Grand Junction, a son, June 21. Travis and Autumn Owens, ...


Religion Briefs, July 12, 2014

By Staff

Gospel Tradition to perform in Palisade The Gospel Tradition, an evangelistic gospel music ministry from Cochise County, Arizona, will present a concert of Southern gospel at 6 tonight at Palisade Church of the Nazarene, 3959 Front St. in ...


Death Notices, July 12, 2014

By Staff

■ Holden Chance Lutz, nine days old, died July 8, 2014, at Denver Children’s Hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. He is survived by his parents, Tyler Lutz of Texas and Kaela Jenkins of Grand ...


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No local licenses issued; couples disappointed

By Charles Ashby

Despite some erroneous local reports Friday, Mesa County Clerk Sheila Reiner has been pretty consistent: She won’t be following the lead of a few county clerks and start handing out marriage licenses to same-sex couples. That’s ...


Blotter, July 12, 2014

By Staff

Woman struck by car dies An unidentified 53-year-old Basalt woman died Friday morning after she was struck by a car while standing next to Colorado Highway 82, according to Colorado State Patrol. A 2003 Ford Ranger driven by 52-year-old ...


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