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On Stage: ‘Rabbit Hole’

By Staff

MAGIC CIRCLE PLAYERS “Rabbit Hole,” 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 25–26, Magic Circle Theatre, 420 S. 12th St., Montrose, tickets at magiccircleplayers.com, 249-7838.  ...


Entertainment Briefs: March 25

By Staff

CMU keyboard director published in Abundant Silence Arthur Houle, Colorado Mesa University’s director of keyboard studies, has published two original sheet music arrangements through the Denver-based publisher Abundant Silence. The ...


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Living her dream: Showgirl talks about Grand Valley ties, career in Vegas

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The glitz and glamour of Las Vegas has always been alluring to Mariah Nieslanik Rivera. While growing up in Grand Junction, Rivera dreamed of becoming a showgirl. She learned to dance at DanceWorks and credits the Schulte family for teaching ...


Denver County grows by nearly 18,600 residents in 2015

By The AP

DENVER — Newly released federal data shows that Denver’s population grew more than any other county in Colorado last year, while Broomfield County had the state’s fastest growth rate. The Denver Post reports that the U.S. ...


Red Rocks Easter Sunday sunrise service canceled

By The AP

DENVER — An Easter Sunday service at Red Rocks Amphitheatre has been canceled due to the amount of snowfall at the venue left after a Wednesday storm. KUSA-TV reports that Adrian Miller with the Colorado Council of Churches says the ...


Can a conference quench thirst?

By Greg Walcher

Several recent events have drawn national attention to something Coloradans deal with all the time — water. We have always known that problems of both water supply and water quality can affect millions of lives and cost billions of ...


Printed Letters: March 25, 2016

By Staff

Antiquated liquor law no longer makes sense I’m writing in response to Jason Smith’s letter on March 18. A question for Mesa County shoppers: Do you like buying Olathe corn, Palisade peaches, and Rocky Ford cantaloupe at your local ...


Homophobia handled the right way at CMU

By The Daily Sentinel

Colorado Mesa University made headlines for all the wrong reasons recently after a former baseball player said he was subjected to homophobic comments during his playing days in college and in the pros. Tyler Dunnington pitched for CMU in ...


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Fundraiser benefits prevention of suicide

By Amy Hamilton

Zhanna Shearwood would do anything to have her beloved husband back. Because that’s not possible, the co-owner of Thunderstruck Valley hopes her story will be comfort and help to others who find themselves in similar situations. ...


Federal coal review to include GJ meeting

By Dennis Webb

The Interior Department will hold a public meeting in Grand Junction soon as it undertakes a comprehensive review of its federal coal program. The Interior Department said Thursday the Grand Junction meeting will be one of six to be held ...


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