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You Saw It, May 12

By Staff

Time Suck: Nest cam

By Melinda Mawdsley

Nest cam Animal and music videos are my weakness. In that spirit, I bring you the live video stream of Mr. President and The First Lady, a pair of adult bald eagles that built a nest in the U.S. National Arboretum in Washington, D.C. Bonus: ...


Passion for space exploration, game development unite in MarsCorp

By Greg Ruland

A local father-son team of business software consultants and game designers got a creative shot in the arm recently when company founder Robert Madsen donned simulated space gear and spent four days with a 10-person work crew assigned to spiff ...

Fodder from the Blotter

By Steve Beauregard

Sometimes I’ll go through the day thinking that I live in a normal town, surrounded by typical, reasonably well-adjusted human beings. These are the days when I didn’t read the police blotter. I say this because criminals in ...


Sizing up your genes: Genetics bring results in woman’s search for family

By Erin McIntyre

Bethany Wellbrock always wondered who she was. Even as a little girl she knew she was different, that she didn’t quite belong, and she yearned to know where she came from. She grew up the daughter of adoptive parents, in a family she ...

Biz Buzz, May 12

By Staff

Gelu Italian Ice, the brightly colored, push-cart dessert vendor found at most local farmers markets, fairs and festivals around the region, is getting ready to open the Gelu “Ice Box” for another summer season. Gelu celebrates ...

Biz Briefcase, May 12

By Staff

YEA class of 2015-2016 graduates 11 The Young Entrepreneurs Academy, the annual learning program organized by the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce with help from dozens of local business owners, graduated 11 more students this week, ...

Dave Says, May 12

By Staff

Can I negotiate? Dear Dave, I’ve had a judgment filed against me for an old, unpaid medical bill. The original amount was $2,500, but now it has increased to $3,200. Can I negotiate this with the lawyer? I’ve asked him for a ...

Full-strength beer heads to groceries under bill

By The AP

DENVER — A plan to put full-strength beer in Colorado grocery stores by 2037 is on its way to the governor. The complicated bill sets up a 20-year phase-out of Colorado’s unusual limits on grocery-store beer. Grocers currently can ...

Late frost hits famous wine areas

By Dave Buchanan

Spring brings constant change to Colorado wine country. We’ve already seen temperatures ranging from the 30s to the 80s, high winds and daily weather ranging from scorching sun to rainy stretches reminiscent of the Northwest. One thing ...

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