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Quick Picks: Winefest art; Gallery 88.1 Art Auction; Piano Salon Series

By Ann Wright

Friday, Jan. 27 Vote for art Swing by the Blue Pig Gallery, 101 W. Third St., in Palisade and admire the artwork vying to represent 2017 Colorado Winefest. There will be a reception with wine and food from 5:30–7:30 p.m. Friday at the ...


Recollections of growing up with the Beatles

By Rock Cesario

OK, Beatles fans. What is your favorite Beatles recording and why? That’s a question I posted on Facebook earlier this week. For me, it depends on the day. I have at least five or six of them at the top of my list. All tied as to which ...


Harsh words announce end of council bid

By Amy Hamilton

A relative newcomer to the Grand Valley, Kathyrn Bennett launched an unusually enthusiastic and aggressive campaign for a seat on the Grand Junction City Council. She announced her candidacy in early December, portraying herself as a fresh, ...

Email Letters: January 26, 2017

By Staff

Opponent changes thinking on events center I have been critical of the plan to build an arena and events center downtown. Many residents want a community center like Fruita has. They think the city is doing things out of order and should do ...

Avs goalie Semyon Varlamov to undergo season-ending surgery

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Avalanche goaltender Semyon Varlamov will undergo season-ending hip surgery in an effort to fix a lingering groin issue. He will have the procedure Thursday in Vail, Colorado. The 28-year-old Varlamov has been dealing ...

Police searching for suspicious man near elementary school

By Staff

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is seeking information about a man who allegedly told two children near Fruitvale Elementary School to get in his van. At 8:25 a.m. in the area of Fruitvale Elementary School, a man got out of his ...

Rebuild American infrastructure with American materials

By Guest Columnist

By Hal Quinn It’s no secret that our infrastructure is in serious need of attention. Everything from our roads, water treatment plants, railways, port facilities, pipelines, and electric grid needs investment. President Trump has wisely ...


Sound advice: Judy Collins talks about vocal longevity, creative life

By Ann Wright

Being born with a voice that floats clear and beautiful as blue sky over a mountain lake helps. As does pitch. And tone. And being Judy Collins. However, even the vocal longevity of a Grammy Award winner isn’t completely determined by ...

Coal train derails in northern Colorado; No one injured

By The AP

GREELEY — Crews are cleaning up a derailment of a coal train in northern Colorado. The Weld County Sheriff’s Office says about 25 cars derailed on Union Pacific tracks at about 11 p.m. Wednesday. No one was injured. The cause of ...

Meditation gave freeskier Bobby Brown another chance at gold

By The AP

ASPEN — Freeskier Bobby Brown has recovered from wipeouts that have rendered him almost motionless. He’s broken his back, pelvis and both ankles. What broke after the 2014 Sochi Olympics was his spirit. Injuries transformed his ...

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