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R.I.P. VCR. The movie is over

By Steve Beauregard

The last company still making VCRs just closed down. I know this because of the letter sent to us shareholders. I probably shouldn’t have put all our retirement money into a VCR manufacturer, so lesson learned. From now on, it’s ...

Channeling my inner 
Olympian, sprawl and all

By Robin Brown

School has begun and whether they admit it or not, even the kids are happy about it. We’re settling back into a routine of early dinners, early bedtimes and early mornings. Except that early bedtimes are hard when the kids want to watch ...

Dave Says: Do you need long-term insurance?

By Staff

Mother is elderly; does she need long-term care insurance? Dear Dave, I’m trying to help my elderly mom with her finances. She has no debt and more than $1 million in assets. There was also another $500,000 trust left for her by my ...

Biz Buzz: Aug. 18, 2016

By Staff

Shoppers at the Grand Junction Farm and Ranch Market at Cross Orchards Historic Farm are happy to find a new source for locally raised meat. Mark and Holly Cremeens, owners of Brand 2S Meat, started selling their grass-finished beef, lamb and ...


Live until 105 and you may get your own day

By Amy Hamilton

Aug. 25 will be a special day in Fruita, to be known as Helen R. Lamm Day. If you’re lucky enough to turn 105, you might just get your day, too. Lamm, looking splendid in a pink hat, matching sweatpants and a pearl necklace around the ...

Raedy to perform

Quick Picks: Pickin’ On The Pinyon, ‘Mommy & Me Make Music’; and Downtown Pub Crawl

By Ann Wright

Friday and Saturday, Aug. 19–20 Music in the hills Take this opportunity to get out of town for a two-day music festival on Glade Park. Pickin’ On The Pinyon, now in its third year, can be found at 7001 DS Road, Glade Park. The ...

Military: Colorado air base may have released toxic chemical

By The AP

DENVER — The military says firefighting foam containing toxic chemicals may have been released from an Air Force base near two Colorado communities where the chemicals were detected in drinking water systems. Officials said Wednesday ...

Entertainment briefs: Aug. 19–25

By Staff

Audition date set for upcoming musical High Desert Opera will have auditions for its upcoming New Year’s Eve weekend production of “Guys and Dolls.” Auditions for all parts will be from 1–4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 28, at ...


Blotter, Aug. 18, 2016

By Staff

Public asked to help ID counterfeiting suspect The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help identifying someone suspected of trying to use counterfeit money. The woman, who appears to be in her early 20s ...

Email Letters: August 17, 2016

By Staff

Process of improving Palisade property disenchanting I purchased a commercially zoned property in Palisade and now I regret it. Unfortunately, my general contractor looked at this property shortly after I purchased it, and told me that most ...

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