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Triple Played: Facebook challenge urges friends to pick 12 favorites

By Rock Cesario

This has been going around on Facebook this past week: “Copy and paste this in your status. List 12 albums that have stayed with you, but only one per artist/band. Tag 12 friends to do the same thing.” I responded to it ...


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Quick Picks: Youth theater productions; Nathan McEuen concert; Cashore Marionettes

By Melinda Mawdsley

Friday and Saturday, March 11–12 Stage right Spend the weekend enjoying youth theater offerings in the Grand Valley. Fruita Monument High School’s drama students will stage “Little Shop of Horrors” at 7 p.m. both ...


Entertainment briefs: March 11–17

By Staff

Cesar Chavez event planned for Saturday A Cesar Chavez Community Celebration is set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 12, at Las Colonias Park. Art activities, folkloric dancing, speakers, music and a car show are among the activities ...


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Health fair loses pulse

By Katie Langford

Thousands of people who take advantage of free health screenings and low-cost services at the Grand Valley Health Fair are going to have to travel outside Mesa County to get the same services this year, because the short-lived Grand Valley ...


Colorado taxpayers could see delays in refunds this year

By The AP

DENVER — The state’s efforts against identity theft could delay how long it takes Colorado taxpayers to receive their refunds this year. The Denver Post reports that the state Department of Revenue says this year’s focus on ...


Denver officers won’t face charges in fatal motel shooting

By The AP

DENVER — The Denver District Attorney’s Office has decided not to file charges against two officers who shot and killed an armed man in a Denver hotel parking lot. The Denver Post reports that Detective Kenneth Manzanares and ...


Oh, the buzzin’ of the bees

By Greg Walcher

Bees and honey have been important to my family for generations, though I’m not sure which is more important to us. My granddad was an apiarist (beekeeper), with hives in the high mountain clover of Garfield, Eagle and Routt counties, ...


Printed Letters: March 11, 2016

By Staff

Newcomer shocked by traffic-related fatalities Another fatality? I moved to Grand Junction about a year ago and I love my new home town, but as a trauma specialist, I have a growing concern about the vehicular occupant and pedestrian ...


Lemonade from lemons

By The Daily Sentinel

It would be easy to cast Save-A-Lot Food Stores as the cold-hearted corporate villain for forcing a local farmers market to relocate from the Teller Arms parking lot it has called home for nearly four decades — if it were true. Turns ...


Pick up the phone! Mark anniversary of the first phone call with a look at phones in entertainment

By Melinda Mawdsley

When Alexander Graham Bell and assistant Thomas Watson completed the first successful audible transmission of speech on the telephone on March 10, 1876, they couldn’t have predicted that one day their invention would be used by, to name ...


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