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Death notices, June 1517

By Staff

■ Cheryl Lynn Holden, 68, Montrose, died June 10, 2017, at her home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at The Center for Spiritual Living in Delta. Survivors include one son, Shane Carver of Montrose; one daughter, Jenna Rogers of ...


Sibling Personalities

Quick Picks: King’n Trio; Take Part in Art Expo; ‘Saints and Sinners’

By Ann Wright

Friday, June 16 Sing and play King’n Trio is set to play the second Cross Orchards Summer Concert Series show at 
7 p.m. Friday in the packing shed/barn at the Cross Orchards Historic Site, 3073 F Road. This local band with a ...


Broncos sign DB Chris Lewis-Harris, waive Taurean Nixon

By The AP

ENGLEWOOD — The Denver Broncos have signed six-year veteran cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris and waived cornerback Taurean Nixon 24 hours after his pick-6 of Paxton Lynch at the team’s mandatory minicamp. Lewis-Harris spent four full ...


Colorado officials to host town halls on teacher shortage

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado departments of Education and Higher Education will be hosting a series of town halls to learn what’s driving down enrollment and graduation rates of the state’s teacher education programs since ...


Colorado Classic announces route for 2017 cycling race

By The AP

DENVER — The Colorado Classic has announced the route for its 2017 cycling race. The Denver Post reports the route was announced Wednesday and is heavy on the loops. A common spectator complaint in prior races was that the action in ...


Entertainment briefs: June 16–22

By Staff

Tickets available for concert series’ season Community Concerts of the Grand Valley is now selling tickets for its 2017–18 season. The organization is in its 73rd year and will offer a lineup of seven concerts featuring a variety ...


Coroner: Noah Ragon, 8, of Highlands Ranch identified as boy killed at Hanging Lake

By Amy Hamilton

Eight-year-old Noah Ragon of Highlands Ranch has been identified as the boy killed in a hiking accident at Hanging Lake on Monday, according to the Garfield County Coroner’s Office. The cause of the boy’s death is blunt force ...


GJ Centennial Band Summer Concert Series free, good time

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Grand Junction Centennial Band will perform several free concerts in local parks this summer, thanks to a little help from its friends. The all-volunteer organization is made up of Western Slope men and women “dedicated to making a ...


Alexis Crosby, 18, dies after Tuesday crash near Delta

By Amy Hamilton

A passenger in a motor vehicle crash, Alexis Crosby, 18, of Montrose, was pronounced dead at St. Mary’s Hospital on Tuesday after a single vehicle rollover accident on U.S. Highway 50, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Samantha ...


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Music Scene: Roomful of Teeth at The TANK

By Tammy Gemaehlich

An empty steel water tank north of Rangely was discovered in 1976 as an acoustic phenomenon and in recent years has become a sought-after recording destination for musicians seeking its “swirling, shifting reverberation.” Now in ...


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