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Indigo Girls a success story

By Melinda Mawdsley

What started as a childhood friendship has turned into an illustrious musical career for Emily Saliers and Amy Ray, otherwise known as the Indigo Girls. Ray and Saliers met in elementary school and started performing together as ...


Road Trip: Aug. 3-12

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some events coming to Colorado. ■ 2014 Vans Warped Tour featuring Falling In Reverse, Of Mice & Men, The Ghost Inside, more — Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, Aug. 3. ■ Jake Bugg — Belly Up, ...


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Gods and heroes

By Melinda Mawdsley

From A to Z — Athena to the zodiac — Greek mythology is comprised of fantastical stories of heroism and deceit starring beautiful goddesses, sculpted gods and heinous beasts. They have evoked a long-held interest in ancient Greek ...


Lines West: July 25

By Staff

When I Couldn’t Run When I had no love   I learned to love myself. When I could not run,   I walked for help. — Jonathan Nourse (high school)       acrophobia I look down ...


Central Services, Justice Center reportedly impacted by power outage

By Staff

Xcel Energy is reporting that they are working to restore power to a number of customers served in the downtown Grand Junction area today. The city reports that a partial outage is occurring at Two Rivers Convention Center, and there were ...


Colorado wildfire quadruples to 31 square miles

By The AP

CRAIG — A wildfire in northwestern Colorado has quadrupled to more than 31 square miles. Fire managers said Thursday the Alkali Fire has destroyed a cabin, barn and propane tank. No injuries have been reported. Three head of cattle ...


Email letters, July 24, 2014

By Staff

Drilling in Garfield Creek area is sensitive to needs of wildlife WPX Energy and the Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) have been working collaboratively within the Garfield Creek State Wildlife Area (GCSWA) for more than six years. Other ...


Heavy rain possible today in western Colorado

By Staff

The brief rain showers that fell in some parts of the Grand Valley could be followed by more precipitation this afternoon, according to the National Weather Service in Grand Junction. Forecasters say an enhancement of monsoonal moisture today ...


10 Things to know for Thursday, July 24

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. ARIZONA INMATE DIES 2 HOURS AFTER START OF EXECUTION   The condemned man gasps and snorts as the lethal injection used adds to the ...


UDOT: Drivers should expect holiday weekend delays

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Department of Transportation is reminding drivers to expect heavy traffic over the holiday weekend. Most construction projects will be paused on Pioneer Day Thursday and through the weekend. Restricted lanes ...


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