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Rain, snow and even grasshoppers for Colorado weekend

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado is plagued with rain, snow and even grasshoppers for the Colorado weekend. Authorities have issued warnings of roads across the state closed due to flooding, campgrounds being closed and there is snow in the ...


Mud pushing Colorado Springs mobile homes from foundations

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A slow moving mudslide is pushing some mobile homes in Colorado Springs from their foundations, forcing five people from their homes. The A-1 Mobile Village sits on a hill that has been saturated by all of this ...


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Sheriff: Cellphone ‘selfie’ leads to tentative ID on body

By Paul Shockley

An investigator working the case of a mystery man whose body was recovered May 10 from a local canal has made a tentative identification, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office said today. A name, date of birth has been established and the ...


Benches moved in Durango to prevent loitering, panhandling

By The AP

DURANGO — City benches in Durango are being moved to prevent panhandlers from loitering near businesses. The Durango Herald reports (http://bit.ly/1ekEu4E ) Durango Antique Market employee, Justine Hall, requested to have a bench moved ...


Entertainment calendar: May 22–28

By Staff

FRIDAY, MAY 22 VINTAGE VOLTAGE, classic rock and blues, 8:30 p.m., Volleys, 1130 N. Third St., 255-6666. TONY HOLIDAY AND THE VELVETONES, rock and blues from Salt Lake City, 9:30 p.m., Cruisers Bar, 715 Horizon Drive, 314-2554. OC45 punk ...


Music Scene: Summer Music Concert Series, other shows May 22–28

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Summer Music Concert Series returns to Garfield Estates Vineyard and Winery with five outdoor concerts of beautiful music that will take place on the winery’s patio at 3572 G Road in Palisade. All concerts are free to attend. Food ...


Open the book for these Summer Reading Programs

By Staff

Registration is under way for this year’s Summer Reading Program at Mesa County Libraries. Parties celebrating the beginning of the program are planned at all branches and will feature musicians, magicians, kids’ comedians and ...


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James McMurtry opens festival with free show

By Staff

Acclaimed singer/songwriter James McMurtry, fresh off the release of his sixth studio album earlier this year, will get the Grand Junction Off-Road and Downtown Arts + Music Festival started with a free show at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 28, at ...


Triple Played: Each generation as good music (though we know whose is best)

By Rock Cesario

Michael: Harold, don’t you have any other music, you know, from this century? Harold: There is no other music, not in my house. Michael: There’s been a lot of terrific music in the last 10 years. Harold: Like what? — ...


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Quick Picks: Shrine Circus; JUCO; ghost towns

By Melinda Mawdsley

Friday and Saturday, May 22–23 Join the circus Acrobats, aerialists and animals help make the 70th annual Western Colorado Shrine Club Shrine Circus a fun event for the whole family with shows at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. both days at the ...


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