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Lawn limits considered, then rejected in Colorado

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado lawmakers today backed off a plan to conserve water by limiting the size of lawns in new developments, avoiding a clash between developers and environmentalists as the state tries to deal with limited water and a ...


Case dropped against Aron Ralston’s girlfriend

By The AP

DENVER — The domestic violence case against Aron Ralston’s girlfriend has been dropped after he failed to show up to testify against her. Vita Shannon had been set to stand trial Wednesday on charges stemming from a December ...


Printed letters, February 23, 2014

By Staff

Sincere thanks to the thousands of Grand Valley residents, organizations and businesses that have signed on to support legislation to make the Colorado National Monument a national park. National park status is not a random or arbitrary ...


Order in the airport

By Staff

The Grand Junction Regional Airport Authority board on Tuesday adopted new policies aimed at tightening internal controls, even going so far as to encourage employees and the public to report any suspicions of wrongdoing. One could callously ...


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Music Scene: Area shows for Feb. 21-27

By Staff

There are a number of music events planned for the upcoming week that offer opportunities to get out and listen up: Shea Bramer, 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 21, Naggy McGee’s Irish Pub, 359 Colorado Ave., 424-5840. Roundabout, 9 p.m. Friday ...


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‘Legally Blonde the Musical’ opens at CMU

By Melinda Mawdsley

Bruiser Woods is a Gemini/vegetarian in the hit, comedic film “Legally Blonde,” but when it comes to casting a live Chihuahua for a stage play compromises must be made. Meet Bailey, a Capricorn/omnivore, who, although an avid ...


On the Goe: Williams Brothers Band to record live set at Mesa Theater

By David Goe

One of my favorite things about writing this column is getting the chance to highlight those in the music community who really deserve recognition. I’m talking about bands that write and play original material. Bands that have ambition ...


Quick Picks: Slopestyle, rail jam events; bike ride; ‘The Voice’ returns

By Staff

Saturday and Sunday, 
Feb. 22–23 Slopes and rails Powderhorn Mountain Resort hosts two United States of America Snowboard Association Southwest Colorado Series events. The first is the Slopestyle, where snowboarders go off rails ...


Clean comedy by Carlos Oscar comes to Allen Unique Autos

By Tammy Gemaehlich

According to comedian Bill Cosby, the only four-letter words you’ll hear from Carlos Oscar are “wife,” “kids,” “debt” and “help!” Oscar will perform his “clean” comedy show at ...


Young artists aim for symphony spot

By Tammy Gemaehlich

More than 50 entered, but only five made it to the finals, and the public is invited to vote for its favorite during the Grand Junction Symphony’s Young Artist Competition’s final round set for noon Sunday, Feb. 23, in the Recital ...


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