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Colorado National Monument seeks public comment on park status

By Staff

The Colorado National Monument Association wants to remind the public that there are five days left to submit comments regarding whether or not the monument should become a national park. Comments are being submitted to Senator Mark Udall at ...


10 Things to know for Friday, June 27

By The AP

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:1. UKRAINE, EU SIGN HISTORIC TRADE, ECONOMIC PACT   President Petro Poroshenko says the association agreement with Brussels may be the ...


Fruita setting off fireworks on July 3, GJ’s display on 4th

By Tammy Gemaehlich

It’s time to plan your Fourth of July fireworks watching, and in the Grand Valley there are two shows you won’t want to miss. Fruita will set off its fireworks from Snooks Bottom Open Space Park at dusk Thursday, July 3. The show ...


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Music Scene: Euforquestra, other area shows June 27-July 3

By Tammy Gemaehlich

If you like a heavy dose of sax in your funk, make plans to attend the next show in the Hear it Through the Grapevine Concert series featuring the Fort Collins-based band Eufórquestra. Pronounced yoo-FOHR-keh-struh, the name is a ...


Festivals: It’s that time of year again!

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Festival season is under way and our surrounding area is festival-happy this time of year. Here are a few ideas for those wanting to head to higher elevations this week and through the Fourth of July weekend: ■ The Plateau Valley ...


On the Goe: Get pumped for Tight Thump

By David Goe

Grand Junction, get ready to meet your new favorite band. It is called Tight Thump and it is one funky ball of teats. (See: “The Mighty Boosh,” funk.) Only having played a handful of live shows, Tight Thump are relatively new on ...


Summer of fun at Powderhorn begins with the Mud Dash

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Powderhorn Mountain Resort will host a full day of activities on Saturday, June 28, beginning with an obstacle course featuring four, one-mile loops, 11 obstacles and lots of mud. The Mud Dash utilizes almost all-natural, on-mountain ...


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CMU to premiere three shows during summer season

By Melinda Mawdsley

Colorado Mesa University’s department of theatre arts will present its third season of the Mesa Repertory Theatre in June with regional premieres of three very different shows. The musical “Ordinary Days,” by Adam Gwon, ...


Hillary Clinton’s wealth a fresh talking point

By The AP

DENVER — Hillary Rodham Clinton is a hardworking champion of women, children and the poor. Or she’s a wealthy elitist more comfortable in Davos, Switzerland, than Davenport, Iowa. Which is it? If Clinton decides to again run for ...


Human skull found at construction site in Vail

By The AP

VAIL — Authorities are trying to determine the age and gender of a human skull from a Vail construction site and figure out how that person might have died. The skull was discovered at a construction debris site in Edwards on Thursday ...


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