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Your land, our land: Bask in America’s beauty via film this Independence Day

By Rachel Sauer

Let’s talk spacious skies and purple mountains majesty. All Coloradans can gloat over these words, knowing that Katharine Lee Bates wrote them with Colorado Springs vistas for inspiration. But when she wrote “America the ...


Who founded rock and roll? It’s a multiple-choice answer

By Rock Cesario

“In the beginning, there weren’t nothin’ but rocks Then somebody invented the wheel And things just began to roll! - The Coasters from “That is Rock and Roll.” When was rock and roll born? What was the first ...


Lines West, July 1

By Staff

Fourth of July 
Time Warp                 (1955/2015) On this spangliest of days, the ocean sparkles in bikini blue, incidental sunburns gleam like bright red stripes of ...


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Wider highway good, but not great, road cyclists tell state

By Amy Hamilton

Some local cycling advocates are hailing as bittersweet a state plan to add 2 feet of shoulder to a short but dangerous stretch of Colorado Highway 340 this fall, saying the improvements are critical — but may not go far enough — ...


Email letters, June 30, 2016

By Staff

Convention of States working on amendments to Constitution In response to the letter from Marilyn Hall, June 29, asking for a movement to get started to term limit Congress: Term limits for Congress will require an amendment to the ...


Quick Picks: Wild West Fermentation Fest; area festivals; and Western Colorado Jazz Orchestra

By Ann Wright

Friday through Sunday, 
July 1–3 Cheers! Celebrate the holiday weekend with something new, the first annual Wild West Fermentation Fest. With craft beer, cider and liquor from around the region, this fest can be found on the ...


Moose charges woman walking dogs in Aspen

By The AP

ASPEN — Residents visiting an Aspen community garden are being warned that moose have been spotted in the area after one of the animals charged a woman walker her dogs. The Aspen Times reports that the moose charged toward the woman on ...


Obama admin changing coal royalty program to boost revenue

By The AP

WASHINGTON — The Interior Department is changing the way it values coal mined from public lands in the West to make sure mining companies are not shortchanging taxpayers on sales to Asia and other markets. A final rule issued Thursday ...


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Music Scene: Tara Thompson and other area shows for July 1–7

By Tammy Gemaehlich

A self-described “hillbilly from east Tennessee” and cousin of Loretta Lynn is set to pay Grand Junction a visit. Quirky traditional country music artist Tara Thompson will perform a no-cover show from 9 p.m. to midnight Saturday, ...


Beat the heat at several First Friday art displays

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Sure, the July temperatures may be hot, but so are this month’s First Friday art offerings. Those who have taught or taken a class at The Art Center will be featured in the exhibition titled, “Learning,” with a July First ...


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