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Briefs, April 27, 2017

By Staff

Trees and their historical roots In honor of Arbor Day, there will be a book signing for “Heroes and their Trees” by author Nicole Morton. From 2–4 p.m. Saturday at Barnes & Noble Booksellers, 2451 Patterson Road, ...

Getting It Right, April 27, 2017

By Staff

A column on page 4A Tuesday by David Brooks should have said that voters in France chose Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron as the finalists in the run-off for the French presidential election.  ...


Suspect in death is a no-show;
 judge issues an arrest warrant

By Gabrielle Porter

A warrant has been issued for the 30-year-old woman accused in the drowning death of her infant son last summer and who failed to appear in court Wednesday morning. Grace Marie Aragon — who was charged with child abuse resulting death ...


Attorneys for killer Lester Jones 
argue against restitution decision

By Gabrielle Porter

Attorneys for convicted killer Lester Ralph Jones have argued that he shouldn’t have to pay restitution costs for his first murder trial, which ended in deadlocked jury last summer. Jones stood trial twice last year in connection with ...

Biz Buzz: April 27, 2017

By Staff

Over the years, customers of High Country Lawns may have caught a glimpse of owner Don Mundy making the rounds with his grandson, Tyler, by his side. Today, those same customers are Tyler Mundy’s focus now, as leadership at the ...


You Saw It, April 27, 2017

By Staff


‘D-oh!!!’ ‘The Simpsons’ marks 30 years impacting American culture

By Rachel Sauer

“Well, good-night, son,” said the man who vaguely resembles the doughnut-eating international icon. “Um, dad?” replied the kid who would be recognizable by voice alone. “What is the mind? Is it just a system of ...

Yard sale tales: A dresser for success

By Steve Beauregard

If you ever get tired of having self-esteem, I recommend holding a yard sale. There’s nothing like random strangers wandering around your driveway, ridiculing the lifetime of accumulated possessions you displayed proudly in your home up ...

Quick Picks: Fruita Fat Tire Festival; Outdoor Heritage Day; GJSO Variety Show

By Ann Wright

Friday through Sunday, April 28–30 Go ride Get out your mountain bike and hit the trail with the Fruita Fat Tire Festival on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. You can find your own strip of single track or you can go one of the ...

Entertainment briefs: April 28–May 4

By Staff

CMU Clay Club plans ceramics sale The students of Colorado Mesa University’s Clay Club will have a Mother’s Day Ceramics Sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, May 2–3, on the first floor of the University ...

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