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BizBuzz, July 6, 2017

By Staff

The highly visible restaurant space at 2880 North Ave. — which initially drew attention for the bright orange paint job characteristic to original tenant Hooters, and then transitioned to the neon green color scheme of the short-lived ...


You Saw It, July 6, 2017

By Staff


GYM: External Shoulder Rotation 
with Resistance Tubing

By Staff

External Shoulder Rotation 
with Resistance Tubing Stand in an upright position with arms by your sides with your side facing the anchor point of a resistance band. Place a rolled up towel between your arm and your body as shown. ...

overhead view on woman with hat reading at pool

Summer reading: Plenty of options to beat the heat

By Staff

Maybe you crane your neck at the coffee shop or subtly shuffle through a friend’s stack of books on the coffee table. Maybe you take note of what’s featured in the bookstore windows or scroll through lists created by Amazon’s ...


Frightened pets not celebrating loud popping sounds on Fourth

By Charlé Thibodeau

Turning the calendar over to July brought the notion of midsummer realization to mind. Early July seems to mark the turning point of hot summer days, because we know that this unrelenting heat will soon surely subside. The month also begins ...


Innovative line

By Gary Harmon

Boom and bust be darned, Innovative Textiles in Grand Junction is moving ahead with an investment that will increase capacity and keep its 200 employees making braided fishing line praised by anglers, if not by fish. The $3.4 million ...

Police hunt for driver who barreled onto sidewalk, killing 1

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Police searched Wednesday for a woman who drove onto a sidewalk near a Salt Lake City homeless shelter, killing one woman and injuring five others. Officers were investigating whether she intentionally left the road ...

Bear breaks into house as owner sleeps, forages for 6 hours

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A bear that broke into a Colorado home and scavenged all night while the homeowner slept has been killed by wildlife officers. The Colorado Springs Gazette reports the bear broke into the house Monday night before ...

Flying ants invade Wimbledon on warmest day of tournament

By The AP

LONDON — They were buggin’ out at Wimbledon on Wednesday. Hundreds of flying ants swarmed around various courts at the All England Club, distracting players during their matches, as the temperature warmed up considerably, from the ...


Council tables votes on incentive package, Bonsai Design lease

By Amy Hamilton

Plans to locate a business park in a portion of Las Colonias Park and offer incentives to a local company to act as the anchor tenant have stalled, mostly over terms of a potential lease. The Grand Junction City Council was prepared Wednesday ...

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