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Blotter, May 18, 2014

By Staff

■ Peggy J. Lamkin, 90, Fruita, died May 15, 2014, at HopeWest and Care Center. Ms. Lamkin was a homemaker. She is survived by one son, William T. of Houston; one daughter, Sheri L. Heath of Fruita; six grandchildren; and one ...


John Hendricks’ adventures in curiosity

By Greg Ruland

On the eve of the launch of his Curiosity Project — the first of two five-night events begins today — Gateway Canyons founder John Hendricks spoke about his latest educational initiative, which he believes will allow audiences to ...


Pets have individualized diets, and changes can be messy

By Staff

Sitting quietly watching the rain drops splattering on the window, I heard the involuntary retching of my little feline friend, yet again. I knew I should not have changed her diet, and questioned my reasoning for doing so. I had received a ...


Best of Bridge, May 18, 2014

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: May 7: Carolyn Wiley and Bill Voss; Rocky Otto and Sue Cox; Bruce Kolisek and Martha Scott. May 8: Sylvia Morrison and Helen Bledsoe; Marilyn McLaughlin and Wiley; Jan Garber and Bette Thul. May 9, ...


Shell, Quicksilver sell Colo. drilling project

By Dennis Webb

The fourth-largest natural gas producer in the continental United States has completed a $180 million acquisition of Moffat and Routt county oil and gas assets jointly held by a Shell subsidiary and a second company. Houston-based ...


Cribbage, May 18, 2014

By Staff

Here are the May 15 results for the Two Rivers Cribbage Club: ■ First place: Barbara Chaplik, Grand Junction ■ Second place: Dan Vogel, Grand Junction ■ Third place: Conny Lepper, Fruita ■ Fourth place: Keith ...


You Said It, May 18, 2014

By Staff

How can the most negligent board of directors in almost any measured history be absolved of liability in the mismanagement of the airport? This is beyond belief. And what about the councilmen and commissioners that appointed that ...


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Tucked into corner of Mesa County, hideaway resort draws distinctive clientele

By Greg Ruland

The divine geometry that created Unaweep Canyon converges at a point hidden by stately cottonwood trees, which have been pruned into obedience like giant bonzai. The point of convergence, a 6,000-acre spread known as Gateway Canyons Resort ...


Biz Buzz, May 18, 2014

By Staff

Two new businesses opened downtown at 338 S. Second St. last week. The first is a gem, mineral and fossil store called Moroccan Village. “We have fossil and mineral specimens from all over the world as well as handmade silver jewelry, ...


Gray gourmet, May 18, 2014

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Beef chili and beans, brussels sprouts, fruit mix, cornbread. Tuesday — Chicken fricassee, peas and carrots, golden glow salad, wheat bread. Wednesday — Beef stew, vegetable ...


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