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Served in a decanter, boxed vino joins feast

By Dave Buchanan

Wine writers are among the few people who enjoy the indecision of which wine to serve for Thanksgiving. Writers, perhaps because their heads are full of options or simply because they are in need of something seasonal over which to fuss and ...



By Charles Ashby

Peace I’ve had jalapeño margaritas before, most notably at Peach Tree Distillers in Palisade. So when we stopped for lunch at Peace Tree Juice Cafe in Moab recently, I urged my wife to try their version. (I was drinking the ...

The list: Proper protocol for Black Friday shoppers

By Staff

Proper protocol for Black Friday shoppers: 1 Have a plan. Give yourself time to get to the store and get in line. Have your list ready.     2 Practice patience. Complaining won’t make lines move faster. Eat breakfast, and ...

The Poll: Will you be shopping stores that are open on Thanksgiving?

By Staff

Will you be shopping stores that are open on Thanksgiving? A) Yes, there will be spectacular deals. B) No, companies should respect the holiday and remain closed. Give your answer and find out how others have voted at  ...


You Saw It, Nov. 27

By Staff


Social Junction: HopeWest Fashion Show

By Staff

The HopeWest Fashion Show was Saturday and Sunday at Two Rivers Convention Center. Along with displaying fashionable clothing, there was entertainment, a silent auction and luncheon. Proceeds from the event went to HopeWest Kids. View and ...


Always online: In growing retail trend, young shoppers lean on smartphones for striking deals

By Greg Ruland

Young people with heads bowed are driving a retail revolution thanks, to their increasing use of smartphones for online purchases, according to a survey completed in October. More than 50 percent of millennials — people born from the ...

Biz Buzz: Nov. 27, 2014

By Staff

A legal notice posted on the door of the former Carino’s at 2480 U.S. Highway 6&50 declares Modesto and Grizelda Ramos of Castle Rock, along with their business associates, Antonio Amador of Redmond, Oregon, and Alma Aguilar de Gomez ...

Lines West, Nov. 28

By Staff

Stopping by 
Woods with Frost (inspired by “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost) Whose poem this is, I surely know— the words, the woods, the horse, the snow, a village house, just out of ...


‘Foxcatcher’ executive producer talks about film’s long road to release

By Melinda Mawdsley

The story of “Foxcatcher” isn’t a happy one, but it was a story Michael Coleman thought would be intriguing to tell, particularly with his familiarity with 1984 Olympic champion Mark Schultz and the murder of Shultz’s ...

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