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Economic boosters win international award

By Charles Ashby

Three Grand Junction entities that work to boost economic development in the Grand Valley won an international award this week. The Grand Junction Economic Partnership, Business Incubator Center and the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce ...


Blotter: Sept. 29, 2016

By Staff

Attempted romance alleged Sheriff’s deputies responded to a concern about an apparently unwelcome admirer who left a bottle of wine and a romantic note on a 68-year-old woman’s doorstep Friday. The woman told deputies Sunday ...


Cops looking for driver who caused truck crash

By Staff

Authorities on Wednesday still had not located the driver of a car they say caused an accident in which a truck overturned and spilled some 4,000 gallons of oil in Rifle. The truck’s driver, Barry Pinney, 32, of Grand Junction, reported ...


Principal reassigned after crash

By Katie Langford

School District 51 announced Wednesday that Mount Garfield Middle School Principal Hal Templeton will be reassigned to another job following his alleged involvement in a hit-and-run car accident on Sept. 18, though district officials do not ...


Dave Says: Get yourself out of it

By Staff

Get yourself out of it Dear Dave, I make $2,100 a month after taxes, and I have accumulated $46,000 in credit card debt. My husband makes more than I do, but he won’t help me. He says I got myself into this mess, so it’s my job ...


Biz Buzz: Sept. 29, 2016

By Staff

With the recent closing of Crawford Boot and Western Wear earlier this summer, after more than 30 years outfitting area cowboys and cowgirls, the Grand Valley lost perhaps its most personalized Western clothing store with the departure. Enter ...


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City seeking a savior for convention center

By Mike Wiggins

Wanted: Someone who will take an underutilized, outdated public asset, invest millions of dollars in it and turn it into a modern, high-functioning centerpiece of downtown Grand Junction. That, in a nutshell, is what the city of Grand ...


Enough with politics, let’s talk football — and food

By Robin Brown

How about those Broncos? After tense, pre-season quarterback juggling that left everyone wondering what John Elway was thinking, second-year quarterback Trevor Siemian appears to be a solid quarterback. Thank God for the distraction! ...


Raise your hand: Guide to gestures when public speaking

By Rachel Sauer

Hands: so useful, yet so problematic! What to do with them? Shove them into pockets? Use them to clutch the sides of the lectern with last-lifeboat-off-the-Titanic fervor? Flick away invisible flies? Clench them into fists and pound for ...


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GYM: Plank

By Staff

Plank The plank is a commonly performed exercise with numerous variations. Many of these variations do activate the core in the most effective manner and actually activate muscles in a way that is not the most beneficial for maintenance of ...


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