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Front Range wants dibs on river water

By Dennis Webb

A coalition of Front Range water utilities is calling in a letter for assurance that a new transmountain diversion project will be a part of a state plan aimed at filling the anticipated future gap between demand and supply. That desire by ...


Economic matters often tied to church attendance

By Gary Harmon

The congregation of Roca Eterna Iglesia in Grand Junction has seen membership flow — and ebb — with the Grand Valley’s economic fortunes. Roca Eterna Iglesia, 1333 N. 23rd St., grew during the boom years, along with many ...


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Company turns second market products into natural foods

By Greg Ruland

A former fruit farmer from Cortez is working to cash in on the $32 billion organic food industry by launching a snack food manufacturing plant in Grand Junction. With locally grown food trending among consumers, Bill Manning had an idea and ...


Gray Gourmet, April 20, 2014

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Tahitian chicken, pickled beets, spinach mandarin salad, baked cinnamon apples with raisins, wheat bread slice. Tuesday — Potato soup, garbanzo bean salad, hot marinated carrots, ...


You Said It, April 20, 2014

By Staff

I think the Palisade peach would be a great state fruit. Now we just need to choose one of our great politicians to be the state nut. To whoever thinks you’re entitled to MY newspaper, that gets put into MY box up the hill from the ...


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Exhibit delves into life’s myriad emotions

By Sherida Warner

The death of a family member or a dear friend weighs heavily on the human spirit. Each of us must find our way through the grief, whatever our belief system, to function again in the land of the living. For Melissa Sobotka of Richardson, ...


Domesticated rabbits can make great pets

By Staff

Walking into my friend’s house the other day, I noticed the little black fur ball in a cage on the floor quietly assessing my intrusion. As I approached the enclosure, the rabbit retreated to a corner and cowered, instinctively ...


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Look to the stars with L. Luis Lopez

By Laurena Mayne Davis

Just in time for National Poetry Month is L. Luis Lopez’s new book “Andromeda to Vulpecula: 88 Constellation Poems.” The title refers to the first through the last in an alphabetical listing of constellations ...


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What does a bunny have to do with Easter? We’re glad you asked

By Rachel Sauer

Beyond the candy binge, beyond the jelly beans and foil-wrapped chocolate, beyond the egg rolls and celluloid grass and new bonnets are the symbols of Easter. Through centuries, certain icons, revisited yearly, symbolize the springtime ...


Biz Buzz, April 21, 2014

By Staff

Giving Touch massage therapy school, 3154 Lakeside Drive, Suite 103, is a new “social entrepreneurship” in Grand Junction modeled after owner Robert Buckley’s previous eight years of work and success running the Himalayan ...


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