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Quick Picks: Renaissance Faire; Viva el Vino; and Steve Wiest

By Staff

Friday through Sunday, April 29–May 1 Faire time The whole family will be entertained at the three-day Renaissance Faire at Las Colonias Park. There will be live entertainment, as well as crafts and vendor booths, including places to ...

Marking 50 years of Museums of Western Colorado

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Museums of Western Colorado will mark its 50th anniversary on Sunday, May 1, and is inviting the community join the celebration. The Historical Museum and Institute of Western Colorado, as it was known when doors first opened on May 1, ...

Entertainment Briefs: April 29

By Staff

CMU students offer ceramics sale Students from the Colorado Mesa University Clay Club will host a Mother’s Day Ceramics Sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, May 4–5, on the first floor of CMU’s University ...

On Stage: ‘Alice In Wonderland’

By Staff

INDEPENDENCE ACADEMY “Alice In Wonderland,” presented by middle-school students, 2 p.m. Saturday, April 30, Mesa County Libraries’ Central Library, 443 N. Fifth St., Mad Hatter tea party will follow, seating limited, ...

Lines West: Where Do We Go?

By Staff

Where Do We Go? The mountain turns gray, fades, and finally vanishes as the rain overtakes it. Lightning strikes on the near peak. It too begins to disappear in the storm. Where do these mountains go when the cloud ...

Police are mum about shooting in Clifton

By Gabrielle Porter

Law enforcement officials are saying little about the Clifton shooting that left one person hospitalized and nobody in custody Wednesday afternoon, but a witness at the scene said the incident appeared to involve two men and one woman. SWAT ...


West Star Aviation sold

By Gary Harmon

West Star Aviation, the mainstay business at Grand Junction Regional Airport, has been purchased by an investment group that West Star’s CEO said will keep the company on an upward path. Norwest Equity Partners on Thursday bought West ...


Blotter: April 28, 2016

By Staff

Winnebago in cop chase A man with multiple ongoing cases for vehicular eluding, reckless driving, assault, and other traffic-related offenses was arrested Tuesday evening, but not before allegedly fleeing law enforcement in a large ...

‘Substance’ letter briefly shuts community corrections today

By Staff

A brief lockdown at Mesa County’s community corrections facility over a letter with “unknown substance” written on the envelope Thursday morning turned out to be “much ado about nothing,” said the facility’s ...

Cops: Gunshot victim has non-life-threatening wound

By Staff

Mesa County sheriff’s officials said this morning the person who was shot at a Clifton apartment complex Wednesday sustained a non-life-threatening wound. Deputies have made no arrests in the case and presumably continue to look for the ...

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