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Ebook series brings health, wellness ‘to the masses’

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Dr. Greg Haitz and Dr. Daniel A. Lonquist recently released the second in a series of 12 ebooks focused on proactive wellness techniques. The first, “The Wellness Solution: How to Achieve Optimal Health & Wellness,” defines ...

You Said It: Oct. 19, 2014

By Staff

It has to make you wonder if there is some force manipulating us all. Just before an election the gas prices go below $3. Remember last election when unemployment magically went lower? I have no idea who is pulling the strings, but I’m ...

Is my pet at risk of catching, spreading Ebola?

By Charlé Thibodeau

Turning to world news reports in the past few weeks, I am undeniably thankful to live in this secluded valley. I typically prefer to not dwell on naysayers and doomsday predictions, but international events depict such catastrophic ...

Book notes, Oct. 19, 2014

By Ann Wright

Novelist to lead workshop in Ouray The Ouray County Historical Society will host Cindy Myers, a Ridgway-based fiction writer, for a day-long writing workshop titled “Telling-And-Selling Your Story.” The workshop will go from 9 ...

Blotter: Oct. 19, 2014

By Staff

Grand Junction man jailed A Grand Junction man was taken to the Mesa County Jail on Thursday on suspicion of several crimes, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Jeffery Salazar, 47, was jailed on suspicion of criminal ...

Biz Buzz, Oct. 19, 2014

By Staff

Kimberly and Tyler Clemmer announced last week their business, Clemmer Welding, has moved from Collbran to 714 Arrowest Court in Grand Junction. “Our business specializes in gas, oilfield, and energy services as well as custom welding ...


Diggin’ dinos

By Bill Haggerty

It looked like the cross-section of a gruesome mass grave, with gnarled bones and broken skeletons floating in a sea of gray-blue mud some 50 feet deep. Actually, it was a mass grave — for dinosaurs. Bone fragments and skeletons of ...


Outside Connection: Colorado Bird Breeding

By Dave Buchanan

Unlike most people, birds never sign a census form. Which is one reason, of many, it takes thousands of volunteers around the state to compile the Colorado Bird Breeding Atlas. The second edition of said atlas — the first was published ...

CMU Bookstore adapts to keep students buying

By Emily Shockley

The Colorado Mesa University Bookstore gained a competitive edge in the textbook-selling market this fall with the introduction of an online price-comparison feature. The bookstore has recently started using third-party website Verba Compare, ...

Your Town, Oct. 19, 2014

By Tammy Gemaehlich

I realized the acorn squash was missing the evening of Monday, Oct. 6, and put out the APB (acorn point bulletin), double-checked the grocery store receipt and scoured the scene for a possible ransom note. Sadly though, after a short search, ...

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