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Take the time to weigh in on the new $10

By Ann Wright

The race is on for the $10. Since U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew’s announcement in June asking for public input on what American woman’s portrait should be placed on a redesigned $10 bill in 2020, plenty of lists have been ...


GYM: Balanced Core

By Staff

BALANCED CORE Another general principle of balanced training which stabilizes, balances and strengthens the core is to perform two pull to one push exercise when working the upper body. The following three exercises provide this balance as ...

Fall is one of the best times of year

By Robin Brown

Last week was a doozy with the final Thursday Downtown Farmers Market of the season followed by the Fuoco Motor Co. Downtown Car Show on Saturday. The weather was perfect — maybe even a little too hot — and we had huge crowds for ...


Nine West Slope locations of tire and service 
store sold to family-run California company

By Greg Ruland

Big O Tires stores in seven West Slope cities were sold earlier this month to operators of a like-minded chain of family-owned tire stores in California, company officials announced Monday. All nine Big O Tires stores on the West Slope owned ...

Biz Buzz: Oct. 1, 2015

By Staff

The new Red Wing Shoes store located at 2452 U.S. Highway 6&50 is officially open for business. The store is situated in the Valley Plaza Shopping Center near Pier 1 Imports. Locally owned and operated by Dan Collins, the store sells ...


Biz Briefcase, Oct. 1

By Staff

Dalby, Wendland makes 
list of top 300 CPA firms INSIDE Public Accounting, a national trade magazine, recognized Grand Junction’s Dalby, Wendland & Co., as a Top 300 Firm in its October issue, company officials announced ...

In Colorado, anticipated GOP Senate candidate bows out

By The AP

DENVER — Republican attempts to recruit a well-known challenger for a Colorado Senate race suffered a setback Wednesday when a prominent prosecutor said he wouldn’t run against Democrat Michael Bennet. Arapahoe County District ...

Congress OKs deal to finish over-budget Denver VA hospital

By The AP

DENVER — Congress has approved a deal to let the Veterans Affairs Department complete a long-delayed and over-budget medical center outside Denver, ending months of uncertainty about the future of the ambitious project. The VA can now ...

On Stage: ‘Nine’

By Staff

COLORADO MESA UNIVERSITY “Nine,” musical, 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 2–3, Robinson Theatre, Moss Performing Arts Center, 1231 N. 12th St., $20 adults, $15 seniors, $6 students, 248-1604, ...

Judge halts new federal fracking rule

By Dennis Webb

A federal judge in Wyoming has halted at least for now the Bureau of Land Management’s implementation of a new rule governing hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells, questioning the agency’s legal basis for regulating the ...

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