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John Hickenlooper

Guv plays footsie
 with boisterous
 presidential race

By Gabrielle Porter

Grand Junction got a nod from Colorado’s governor this week when the Democrat said his novelty socks featuring Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump hailed from Main Street boutique Pollux Clothing. Gov. John Hickenlooper, who according to ...


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Plateau Valley’s diverse grads 
come together in achievement

By Gabrielle Porter

The 17 graduating seniors of Plateau Valley High School might have close bonds, but they are often un-alike. Co-Salutatorian Dakotah Matarozzo said her biggest struggle was finding time to fit in all the activities she wanted to do in her ...


Biz Buzz: May 29, 2016

By Staff

Unable to find a buyer, the owners of Tangle announced last week that the popular yarn and knitting store at 525 Main St. in downtown Grand Junction will close this summer. In a letter to customers, Allison Blevins wrote that several ...


Green Shoots, May 29, 2016

By Staff

Jump-Start Program providing a lift Forensic investigation and technology development company TSW Analytical, biodegradable plastics company Colorado Clean and software company ProStar Geogroup are in. Now REBCO Enterprises LLC, a company ...


Dig a hole if you want to tell if plant is getting water

By Dennis Hill

Please settle a disagreement between me and my husband. The little crabapple tree we planted last year is looking pretty sad with lots of yellow leaves and now they’re starting to fall off. I say he’s watering it too much, and he ...


Events set
 to salute 
our veterans

By Staff

Memorial Day ceremonies are scheduled at a number of Grand Valley sites today. Some of them include: ■ Ceremonies will be at the Veterans Memorial Cemetery of Western Colorado, at 2830 Riverside Parkway in Grand Junction. At 10 a.m., ...


Humans of western Colorado — Part 4

By Erin McIntyre

Humans of western Colorado is modeled after a blog called Humans of New York. The creator visits with random people on the streets, interacting with regular folks and seeing what comes from a brief interaction. These are snippets of humanity ...


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Smart Yard, May 28, 2016

By Staff

Grand Junction residents are doing some interesting things in their front yards. They are putting in orchards, native plants, pollinator habitats and vegetable gardens. Water usage and alternatives to lawns are becoming more important. To ...


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John Hickenlooper, and why he is who he is

By Charles Ashby

Giddy up. Those are the final two words in Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper’s recently released book, “The Opposite of Woe.” Those two words also explain the title, which more completely also includes the words, “My ...


Joy of reuniting lost dog with a human companion

By Charlé Thibodeau

My daughter called me about 
4 p.m. last Friday at work. Normally, she is respectful of my work ethics and does not call unless something important has occurred. As I answered, she breathlessly blurted out she had just found a dog and ...


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