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CMU dinner to honor faculty member, alumni

By Staff

Colorado Mesa University will recognize two alumni, a faculty member, a sports booster and the 1986 Mesa College women’s volleyball team Friday at the annual Victory Dinner during homecoming week. The university will honor two former ...


Death notices for Oct. 23, 2014

By Staff

■ John Clinton Barboe, 87, Grand Junction, died Oct. 21, 2014, at La Villa Grand Care Center. Mr. Barboe was in the U.S. Coast Guard and was a mechanic. No services are planned. Survivors include one son, Rex of Grand Junction; three ...


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You Saw It, Oct. 23

By Staff

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Social Junction, Oct. 23

By Staff

Grand Junction Rockestra was joined by ZZ Top tribute band ZZ-3 for a RockeZZ3tra concert at Robinson Theatre in Colorado Mesa University’s Moss Performing Arts Center on Saturday. These photos were taken by Dawn Morrow. View and ...


Obvious Halloween costumes for 2014

By Staff

Obvious Halloween costumes for 2014: 1 Hazmat suit.     2 Politician with a black eye.     3 Peyton Manning.     4 Queen Elsa.     5 Olaf.     6 Princess ...


Cheers! Novel-ty

By Christopher Tomlinson

Novel-ty “A Farewell to Arms.” “The Sun Also Rises.” “For Whom the Bell Tolls” “The Old Man and the Sea.” Perhaps you’ve read these novels? Then you need this drink. Wait! You ...


Pushing ‘close door’ button on elevator to hell

By Steve Beauregard

Let’s talk elevator etiquette, seeing as how some of you do not know how to act on one. And I’m talking to YOU, 11-year-old boy at the Hilton Denver Tech Center, who felt the need to hit ALL of the buttons, and who would have been ...


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Grand Valley man carves eerily creative pumpkins

By Erin McIntyre

For Willy Tuz, wandering through a pumpkin patch is akin to Michelangelo visiting the marble quarries of Carrara. When choosing the just-right pumpkins for his art, Tuz goes straight to the source: the pumpkin field where they lie, ripe for ...


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Staying on the job: Employers accommodate disabled workers

By Greg Ruland

Sore, damaged feet from more than 15 years of walking the floor at different retail stores around the Grand Valley forced Carrie Woolery earlier this year to seek medical treatment from her doctor and accommodation from her employer. Woolery ...


BizBuzz, Oct. 24

By Staff

Jeremy and Rebecca Berlin, formerly of Punta Gorda, Florida, moved to Grand Junction to open the couple’s second specialty food store, Bella Balsamic and The Pressed Olive, 555 Main St. The first venture continues to operate successfully ...


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