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By Dave Buchanan

On a gentle, spring morning a decade or so ago, Denny Breer pushed his fishing dory into the dam-controlled flows of Utah’s Green River and settled into the rower’s seat. We were headed down the “A” section of the ...

Death notices, April 16, 2017

By Staff

■ Donald “Don” Byers, 81, Grand Junction, died April 15, 2017, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Callahan-Edfast Mortuary. He was a rancher. Survivors include his wife, Donna; one son, ...

Cribbage, April 16, 2017

By Staff

Bridge, April 16, 2017

By Staff

When is a trust better than a will to distribute assets?

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

Last column we explained why the process of transferring assets should never be more important than ensuring those assets end up with the people you want to receive them. So long as this priority is protected, there can be significant ...

Biz Buzz: April 16, 2017

By Staff

Sage Creations Organic Farm wants to help locals grow a successful garden no matter how green — or not — their thumbs are. And this year they’re offering a new program to make gardening even easier in western Colorado. The ...

Traffic Alert, April 16, 2017

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: City of Grand Junction Projects with Travel Restrictions ■ Gunnison Avenue sewer line replacement project: Gunnison Avenue is closed to through traffic from 15th ...

Gray Gourmet, April 16, 2017

By Staff

Monday — Pork chop suey, edamame, steamed rice, blushing pears, wheat bread. Tuesday — Chicken and rice casserole, carrot delight salad, broccoli, tapioca pudding, wheat bread. Wednesday — Chef’s salad, California ...

Your Town, April 16, 2017

By Tammy Gemaehlich

There is a difference between getting “out and about” and getting in the Out and About. I often receive requests from local clubs and organizations wanting their monthly meetings listed in the Out and About calendar. The world ...

Colorado expects average to below-average wildfire season

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Colorado can expect an average to slightly below-average wildfire season this year, despite dry conditions and early outbreaks on the eastern plains, officials said Friday. “But the fires will occur,” said Michael ...

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