Page 193 of 9717

Schools miss out on firm’s revenues

By Dennis Webb

The state Department of Education has agreed to advance a Routt County school district $1.3 million and the district is pursuing other options after Peabody Energy failed to pay its tax bill due to the county last week. The coal company, ...


You Saw It, June 23

By Staff

The List: Summer beach reads

By Staff

Summer beach reads: 1 “All Stories Are Love Stories,” by Elizabeth Percer.     2 “The Summer Before the War,” by Helen Simonson.     3 “My Mrs. Brown,” by William ...

The Poll: Should School District 51 expand its bilingual programs?

By Staff

Should School District 51 expand its bilingual programs? ■ Yes ■ No Give your answer to this poll and find out how others voted at LAST WEEK’S POLL RESULTS How many Grand Junction Rockies games will ...

Time Suck: OH, ‘KAZAAM’!

By Staff

OH, ‘KAZAAM’! He was “Charles,” who makes bracelets. He was “Goose,” an undercover cop. He was a Rastafarian. He was a nerd with a pocket protector. He was Shaquille O’Neal, the retired professional ...

Striking a cord

By Steve Beauregard

The campaign is getting vicious, with name calling, mudslinging and countless negative ads. I’m talking about the battle between cable and satellite companies. The satellite companies proclaim that cable TV is great, if you’re ...

Winning team

the rest: No thanks for sharing, say social media snobs

By Rachel Sauer

You know the drill: You’re fainting all over the place about last night’s “Game of Thrones” episode when someone in your listening audience ever-so-casually mentions, “Oh, I don’t actually watch much ...


GYM: Tricep Wall Press

By Staff

Tricep Wall Press Start with your hands on a wall shoulder-width apart. Make sure your spine is in a neutral position and your abs and glutes are engaged. Bend at your elbows allowing them to come toward the wall, but do not allow them to ...

Aspen party a chance to promote the valley

By Robin Brown

If you haven’t had a chance to drink wine out of a can, I highly recommend it. It’s especially useful here in Colorado where bringing along a heavy glass wine bottle isn’t exactly convenient while out playing. Thanks to ...

Dave Says: Baby steps, motivationa and retirement

By Staff

Baby Steps, motivation, 
and retirement Dear Dave, I make $38,000 a year working in the trade show industry, and I’m about to start Baby Step 3. It took 14 months to pay off $8,000 in debt for Baby Step 2, so I’m wondering ...

Page 193 of 9717


734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Subscribe to print edition
Advertiser Tearsheet

© 2016 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy