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Get ready for GJ Rockestra’s Rocker Ball 3

By Tammy Gemaehlich

With bell bottoms, leisure suits, platform shoes and shag hairstyles, the ‘70s are back in style for one night, and oh what a night it will be. The Grand Junction Rockestra’s Rocker Ball 3 will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 7, at ...

Lines West, June 6

By Staff

Early Dreams Early morning dreams are The worst. They drag and sag And flag me down On their way to infinity. And so my day Goes on and on Forever, Harnessed to flickering images Of things not here, not there, Not even seen.  ...


Sweet harmony: Sweet Adelines celebrate 50 years

By Melinda Mawdsley

One Friday night at Gold Mine Bingo changed Wendy Elliott’s life. A regular at the Grand Junction bingo hall, Elliott noticed that this group called the Sweet Adelines was listed as the sponsor for two sessions. “I called one of ...

Grand Canyon north rim fire considered contained

By The AP

GRAND CANYON NATIONAL PARK, Ariz. — A lightning-caused wildfire burning on the Grand Canyon’s north rim is considered virtually contained and no longer a threat to park resources. Grand Canyon National Park officials say the ...

Guilty fire chief: I had a shopping addiction

By The AP

CONIFER — A former fire chief in the foothills west of Denver who confessed to embezzling nearly $700,000 says he had a shopping addiction. In an exclusive interview with The High Timber Times, former Inter-Canyon Fire Protection ...

Computer glitch delays Frontier flights at DIA

By The AP

DENVER — A computer glitch delayed several Frontier Airlines flights at Denver International Airport. KMGH-TV reports the delays affected 20 flights shortly before 9 p.m. Thursday. Frontier spokeswoman Tyra Squires told the station the ...

Golden rejects marijuana retail

By The AP

GOLDEN — The city of Golden has decided to ban recreational marijuana retail. The Denver Post reports that Golden’s city council voted unanimously Thursday night to prohibit recreational marijuana sales. The ban includes testing ...

Obama’s detachment from reality

By Josh Penry

Of the many skills that President Barack Obama posseses, self-awareness is not apparently one. Witness the latest round of damage control from the White House, this time over its controversial swap of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl for five of the ...

Printed Letters: June 6, 2014

By Staff

Sheriff candidate victim of character assassination It is unfortunate and shameful when normally well-mannered people resort to exaggeration, untruths and character assassination. Sadly, this is what’s happening to John Pennington, the ...

Rush to judgment clouds prisoner swap

By The Daily Sentinel

America’s obligation not to leave men and women in uniform behind is apparently not so sacred after all. Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl’s release from Taliban captors in exchange for five Afghan detainees held by the U.S. has prompted waves ...

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