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Lesson learned from spring break camping

By Robin Brown

The two-week spring break was a doozy. Keeping the kids busy was difficult, and any attempt at remaining on our normal bedtime schedule quickly went out the window. I developed Facebook envy of my friends who were sitting in tropical places ...


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What’s the 
context? With alternate meanings, emojis have a lot to say

By Erin McIntyre

Fruit and vegetables are not always what they seem, at least in emoji land. These symbols have come a long way, baby, since they were first offered in Unicode in 2010. Maybe you thought these cute little symbols were just fun ways to make ...


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GYM: Kinetic Chain Combination

By Staff

Kinetic Chain Combination Supine Hip Bridge Pec Fly: Start in a supine position with a dumbbell in each hand. Bend your knees and place your feet flat on the floor. Simultaneously bring the dumbbells to just above your shoulders and raise ...


Doing self-checkout at the store? Better bring mop with you

By Staff

You probably don’t appreciate it, but the logistics behind the modern grocery store are incredible. A hardworking farmer in rural Costa Rica, for example, scratches out a living by growing bananas. After harvest, the bananas are driven ...


Trustee in pricey Colorado town struggles to find a home

By The AP

CARBONDALE — A homeless town leader in a community that has seen surging home prices thanks to spillover from nearby Aspen, Colorado, may have to give up her seat unless she can find a place she can afford. Carbondale Trustee Katrina ...


Feds sue to block oil firms’ merger

By Dennis Webb

Two oilfield service companies that contract with energy developers locally and around the world are at odds with the federal government over what impact their proposed merger would have on their customers. The Department of Justice on ...


Biz Buzz: April 7, 2016

By Staff

Tangle, the popular yarn and knitting store at 525 Main St., is closing after 10 years in business, co-owner Allison Blevins announced this week. “Many of you know that last year I accepted a job at Downtown Grand Junction as the ...


Biz Briefcase: April 7, 2016

By Staff

St. Mary’s title sponsor 
for GEAR UP Festival St. Mary’s Hospital agreed this week to be the title sponsor of the GEAR UP Festival, which is set for April 23-24 in downtown Fruita, organizers announced. Powderhorn ...


Email letters, April 6, 2016

By Staff

Mesa County has a gem in Janet Rowland April is child abuse awareness month. Nobody has been a better advocate for children in this valley than Janet Rowland. She spent years in the department of human services protecting and counseling kids, ...


Man sentenced to 5 years for killing teen while hunting

By Staff

A Minnesota man is to serve five years in prison for the killing of a 14-year-old Grand Valley boy last fall. Mesa County District Judge Valerie Robison sentenced Guy Pohto this morning for the killing of Justin Burns when Pohto took a ...


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