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This month, Fridays are all about art, food

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Food is a form of art too, and there will be plenty of options for both palates and palettes during the First Friday art openings on Friday, Sept. 5, in downtown Grand Junction. Food Truck Fridays will be from 5–9 p.m. the first and ...


Quick Picks: Maverick Hoedown, Dog Days

By Staff

Friday, Sept. 5 Dosey doe Dig out your favorite cowboy and cowgirl attire for the Maverick Hoedown from 6–11 p.m. at Colorado Mesa University’s University Center ballroom. Tickets cost $75 and include a barbecue buffet, drinks ...


10 new TV shows worthy of a look

By The AP

NEW YORK — It’s a time-honored rite harking back to an era of black-and-white TVs and the trio of networks whose programs they delivered: the grand unveiling of new fall fare. As part of the ritual, this latest fall crop is an ...


Lines West, Sept. 5

By Staff

Ancient Book of Rain Sweet whispers                 on my side of the mountain         The small rain sings old forgotten songs         ...

Suspected gas explosion destroys Canon City house

By The AP

CANON CITY — A suspected natural gas explosion has destroyed a home in Canon City and injured a man inside. The Canon City Daily Record reports the man was hospitalized with non-life-threatening burns after the explosion at about 2:30 ...

SUV crashes into Denver house; 2 children injured

By The AP

DENVER — Police say a sport-utility vehicle has crashed into a Denver house, injuring two children inside. KMGH-TV reports the crash occurred Thursday afternoon. The children’s injuries were not believed to be ...

Club 20 debates great for informing voters

By The Daily Sentinel

For a day, Grand Junction will be the center of Colorado’s political universe as candidates flock to Club 20’s annual fall meeting to participate in Saturday’s debates and ingratiate themselves, however briefly, to Western ...

Printed Letters: Sept. 5, 2014

By Staff

Why does Obama block the Keystone pipeline? What is wrong with Obama? Why is he acting like a whimpering puppy with his tail between his legs? Is he just plain scared or is he overwhelmed with his responsibilities? He has got a lot of problems ...

Udall no longer larger than life

By Josh Penry

A lot has changed in the six years since then-Congressman Mark Udall rolled into Grand Junction for the Club 20 meetings in the fall of 2008 to debate his U.S. Senate rival. For the nation, and for Udall too, September 6, 2008 might as well ...

Junction wraps up season with road win

By Staff

Grand Junction rallied in the late innings Thursday night to finish the regular season with a 6-5 road victory over Orem and the best overall record in the Pioneer League. And the Rockies’ reward? No spot in the playoffs. Those berths ...

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