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Email letters, February 27, 2015

By Staff

Wagner’s stance on global warming is at least entertaining Many thanks to Rick Wagner for keeping us entertained with his visions through the tunnel on the subject of the scientific validity of global warming “theory.” I ...


Denver breaks record for snowiest February with 22.2 inches

By The AP

DENVER — Denver has broken the record for its snowiest February. The National Weather Service says Thursday’s snowfall pushed the monthly accumulation to a tenth of an inch over the old record of 22.1 inches set in 1912. ...


Durango High School Twitter gossip site shut down

By The AP

DURANGO — A Twitter account that spread gossip about students at Durango High School, often criticizing people by name, has been shut down. The Durango Herald reports the site was shut down Thursday evening. It wasn’t clear if ...


School of Mines raises $1.4M toward oil, gas industry effort

By The AP

RAPID CITY, S.D. — The South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has raised $1.4 million for an effort to help meet the demand for workers in the region’s oil and gas industry. The public university in Rapid City is now ...


Entertainment Calendar: Feb. 27–March 5

By Staff

FRIDAY, FEB. 27 NO STRINGS ATTACHED, 7–10 p.m., Palisade Brewing Co., 200 Peach Ave., Palisade, 464-1462, palisadebrewingcompany.com. HUEY, DUEY AND LOUIE, dance standards from the ‘50s–‘90s, 7:30 p.m., Moose Lodge, ...


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Music Scene: SnoCore Winter Tour, other local shows Feb. 27–March 5

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The SnoCore Winter Tour will slide into Grand Junction with four top-name alternative acts to play at Mesa Theater and Club, 538 Main St. An almost annual event since 1996 — there was no tour in 2008 — this year brings headliner ...


Quick Picks: Hearts Under Grace; ‘Colorful Musings; Read Across America Day

By Staff

Saturday, Feb. 28 Hearts Under Grace Live music, a silent auction and appetizers from A Taste of Heaven Catering will all be a part of this special night to raise money for the Veterans Art Center, 307 S. 12th St. Jessica Coulter’s ...


Triple Played: As with wine, certain music goes better with certain foods

By Rock Cesario

Two of my biggest passions in life are music and food. In our home, there are approximately 2,000 LPs, 1,000 CDs and more than 300 cookbooks. My first experience as a cook was at age 11 when both of my parents were sick with food poisoning. I ...


Art Quilt Association gets ‘bookish’

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Take a break from traditional quilting and explore what The Art Quilt Association has created for its latest quilt exhibit. The suggested theme for the exhibit is “Books and Book Titles,” which is appropriate for the display that ...


Entertainment Briefs: Feb. 27–March 5

By Staff

Hot air balloon artwork sought by board The Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture is seeking Mesa County artists to submit hot air balloon-themed artwork to be considered for an exhibit at Tiara Rado Golf Course. The exhibit will ...


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