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Adventures continue: Looking for quintessential western Colorado experiences

By Rachel Sauer

Western Colorado is unique in that it’s not so much a place people end up as one where they choose to live. There are a lot of reasons for that: the unparalleled natural beauty, the quality of the people who live here, the proximity of ...


Two simple words, but the effect can be profound

By Rachel Sauer

There’s a lot of meaning that can be imbued into two words: I am. You first. Let’s talk. Come back. Oh, no. I do. It’s time. Trust me. Stop it. Watch this. And then there are these two: Thank you. Putting aside the ...



By Erin McIntyre

PHOENIX — It seemed strange to have my head fill with rhyme without reason in the middle of this bizarre landscape. Staring at these whimsical, twisted and thorny plants triggered singsong couplets lodged deep in my gray matter, ...

Homegrown: Mulberry tree problems may fix themselves after a while

By Dennis Hill

I’m worried about my mulberry trees. The base on some of them is deformed. What can I do to help this? — Tim The deformity is evidence of some sort of wound heal. The good news is that it is healing. The bad news is that there ...

Pegging Out, Jan. 25, 2015

By Staff

Here are the Jan. 22 results for the Two Rivers Cribbage Club: ■ First place: Heinz Park, Fruita ■ Second place: Virginia Simonetti, Grand Junction ■ Third place: Kay Pietro, Grand Junction ■ The Two Rivers ...


New health care law, subsidies among factors making tax time tougher this year

By Greg Ruland

Taxpayers who qualified for subsidies to offset the cost of health insurance under the Affordable Care Act may be seeking medical treatment for the headaches they suffer when the federal government asks for its money back. Thousands of people ...

Biz Buzz, Jan. 25, 2015

By Staff

“Fruita’s Living Room,” also known as Copper Club Brewing Co., is located at the intersection of Aspen Avenue and Peach Street in downtown Fruita. The club celebrated two years in operation Saturday night with a blowout bash. ...


Grand Valley to be 
site of experiment 
on remote testimony 
of legislative bills

By Charles Ashby

DENVER — Mesa County residents have a chance to become guinea pigs for the Colorado Legislature starting in the next couple of weeks. Instead of running around a maze in search of cheese, however, local residents will get an opportunity ...

Weekly Calendar, Jan. 25, 2015

By Staff

Sunday, Jan. 25 Delta County affiliate of the Native American Cultural Programs, 4 p.m., Montrose United Methodist Church, 19 S. Park Ave., Montrose, potluck dinner and annual meeting, 874-6304. French Toast for Furry Friends fundraiser, 8 ...

Best of Bridge, Jan. 25, 2015

By Staff

Here are results of recent bridge games: Jan. 15: Sylvia Morrison and Helen Bledsoe; Darlene Clark and Judy Tirpack. Jan. 16: Marilyn McLaughlin and Bledsoe; Carolyn Wiley and Morrison. Jan. 20: Sharon Snyder and Clark; Dorothy Gerharter ...

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