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Violinist Rachel Lee Priday prepares Brahms for GJ performance

By Ann Wright

Some children fall asleep to soft lullabies or the soothing whirrr of a fan. Rachel Lee Priday fell asleep to Johannes Brahms’ “Violin Concerto.” “It was one of my favorite pieces when I was 8 years old. I would go to ...


Steamboat Springs hospital looks to merge with UCHealth

By The AP

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — A Steamboat Springs hospital is looking to merge with the UCHealth hospital system. The Steamboat Pilot & Today reports that Yampa Valley Medical Center announced Wednesday that it is pursuing a merger with the ...


Utah home mechanic killed when vehicle collapses on him

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Authorities say a 49-year-old Utah home mechanic died after a vehicle he was working on collapsed atop him. Salt Lake City police Lt. Robin Heiden tells KSL-TV the apparent accident happened Wednesday evening in a ...


Fishing out the winners and losers on NHL trade deadline day

By The AP

Although the NHL trade market produced no whopping deals this year, just about everybody had their nets in the water all the way up until the deadline Wednesday. Several Stanley Cup contenders caught good players for the postseason grind ...


United to start direct Hawaii-to-Denver flight in June

By The AP

KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii — Travelers will soon be able to catch a direct flight between Denver and Hawaii’s Big Island starting this summer. United Airlines announced Monday that beginning in June they will offer daily summer service ...


FCC approves deal to allow Denver TV in Durango area

By The AP

DURANGO — People in southwest Colorado could soon be watching Denver-based television thanks to a decision by the Federal Communications Commission. The Durango Herald reports that the FCC on Wednesday granted a petition to allow ...


CORA update gets an assist from Scott

By The Daily Sentinel

By the time the state Senate committee chaired by Ray Scott voted Wednesday on a bill intended to modernize the Colorado Open Records Act, it had been amended to the point that it may actually limit disclosure of certain kinds of ...


Printed Letters: March 2, 2017

By Staff

Event center improves property tax base There has been much discussion as of late regarding the fiscal decisions facing the voters of Grand Junction in regards to existing and future ballot measures for roads, schools, rec centers and event ...


Local golf results, March 1, 2017

By Staff

Hammonds Indoor League Feb. 20-25 TPC Sawgrass Front Nine Gross — 1. Chris Berg 33; 2. Chris Sommerville 36; 3. Marcus Steward 39; 4. Blue Laro* 40; 5. Trevor Laro* 41. Net — 1. John Hager 30; 2. (tie) Mike Mallory, Devin Fox ...


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Successful season

By Matt Meyer

The Fruita Monument High School girls basketball team accomplished a lot this season. The Wildcats sailed to their second consecutive Southwestern League championship and their second straight season with at least 20 wins. Their 22-3 record ...


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