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Car reportedly drives through one house, crashes into second

By Staff

Grand Junction police and emergency responders are on the scene of a one-car accident this afternoon in which the driver reportedly drove through one house, continued across the street and crashed into a second house. Initial police reports ...


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Fugitive sex offender Eric Hartwell captured in Virginia

By The AP

DENVER — U.S. Marshals say they have arrested a child rapist who cut off his GPS monitor and disappeared from Denver one week ago. The U.S. Department of Justice said Eric Hartwell, 51, was taken into custody in Norfolk, Va., on ...


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Music Scene: Animal Eyes, more local shows

By Melinda Mawdsley

A self-proclaimed “eclectic, experimental rock” band, Animal Eyes will bring its alternative, fresh sound to Fruita. The band — Tyler Langham plays guitar and vocals; Tyler Figley, guitar and vocals; Colin McArthur, bass; ...


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Look Out: Sarah’s high-low look

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Scene: Sarah, who works as a nanny, recently was out with friends at Two Rivers Convention Center. Style: High-low not only describes Sarah’s favorite hemline, but also her ability to mix pieces at different price points. Her jeans are ...


Pastel Society Show in Montrose

By Melinda Mawdsley

More than 60 pastel artists from across the country will showcase their original artwork in the upcoming Pastel Society of Colorado Member Show. The Around the Corner Art Gallery, 447 E. Main St., in Montrose, will host the show Saturday, ...


Triple Played: Rosanne Cash nails it

By Staff

My favorite new music release so far this year is Rosanne Cash’s “The River and the Thread.” Although it is only two months into 2014, I think her album is going to be near or at the top of my yearly favorites. Cash ...


Italian influence focus of concert music

By Tammy Gemaehlich

A little bit of Italy comes to western Colorado during Viva Italia! a classics concert presented by Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra. Kristen Yeon-Ji Yun, the symphony co-principal cellist and Colorado Mesa University assistant professor of ...


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Quick Picks: Mountainfilm, LEGOs, Oscars

By Staff

Friday, Feb. 28 Caught on film A collection of independent films about the natural world will be shown starting at 7:30 p.m. at Paonia’s Paradise Theater, 215 Grand Ave., as Mountainfilm on Tour visits the North Fork Valley. Tickets ...


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‘One Book…’ finale nears

By Tammy Gemaehlich

A powerful novel that examines the connection of two people who will never meet has brought together community members this past month for the 10th annual One Book, One Mesa County reading program. The reading program will culminate for 2014 ...


Lines West: I Am a BMX Bike

By Staff

I Am A BMX Bike I am a BMX bike out on the dirt hills on a Saturday afternoon. I am a smooth ride, a wolf in full stride, determined as Forrest Gump to climb the giant dirt mountains. I feel sweat dripping on my fresh red ...


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