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Blotter: Nov. 30, 2014

By Staff

Auto theft suspect arrested Samuel Trujillo, 37, was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of aggravated motor vehicle theft, obstructing a peace officer and driving under revocation after he fled Grand Junction police officers outside of ...

Early snow has skiers racing to area slopes

By Dave Buchanan

As local writer Bill Haggerty notes, there is sufficient snow on Grand Mesa for early season cross-country skiing. Recent storms have raised the snow depth to 20 inches in places, reports the Grand Mesa Nordic Council, and although the ...

Snowmobilers need to know terrain, especially in early winter

By Dave Buchanan

Skiers and snowshoers aren’t the only people itching to play in the snow. Snowmobile traffic picks up at the first sign of winter weather, even if those first trips are spent slowly picking your way around obstacles. Lured by the ...


Have snow, will ski

By Bill Haggerty

With average mountain snowfalls of 300-plus inches and 300 days of sunshine, Colorado’s Rocky Mountain climate makes for nearly six months of skiable conditions each year across some of the most breathtaking terrain in the ...

Jussel: Which scenario will play out at Arrowhead?

By Rick Jussel

Fourteen weeks into the National Football League season … and we’ve got a mess. There are a couple of givens: We know the New England Patriots look invincible in the AFC with a healthy Gronk, a quarterback who wants to play ...


Grieving over pets

By Emily Shockley

A new Grand Valley business will offer pain management and care for pets on their last wag. Just as traditional hospice services offer end-of-life care for humans, River Valley Gateway, opening Monday, will offer end-of-life care for furry ...


Bobby pins and braids can be difficult to get your head around

By Staff

I won’t go so far as to say I’m usually satisfied with my hair, but I generally think it’s OK. I’ve always liked the chestnut color, it’s very soft and though I’ve occasionally wished it was red or wished it ...

Homegrown: Plenty of good ideas for shade trees, but none of them perfect

By Dennis Hill

We were thinking of planting a globe willow tree but after playing “pickup sticks” from the neighbors tree behind us, we’re thinking that’s not the tree for us. A Burr oak sounds good. It likes sun and drought ...

Don’t let ‘stuff’ get in the way of the holidays

By Erin McIntyre

The holidays are overwhelming for a lot of reasons. But I think I’ve narrowed the most stressful element (for me) down to one thing: stuff. Stuff involves a lot of stuff. And stuff usually gets bad right around the time the retail elves ...


True collaborative effort helps show landscapes in ‘Sandstone to Summit’

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Most books are largely solitary efforts, but not this collaborative and colorful collection of some 200 photos. “Sandstone to Summit: Colorado and Utah landscapes through the lens of Christopher Tomlinson” features the photography ...

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