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Impactful women one of perks of living here

By Robin Brown

I was raised by an Italian mother who truly believed my brother and I were the smartest, most beautiful and talented children anywhere. She told us this constantly and still does, which is a little embarrassing now that we’re both ...


Biz Briefcase: Jan 29: Tile Meister awarded Best of Houzz

By Staff

Tile Meister awarded Best of Houzz Tile Meister of Grand Junction has been awarded “Best of Houzz” for customer satisfaction by Houzz, a leading database for home remodeling and design businesses. Houzz relied on a variety of ...


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Facelift on tap for 100-year-old Main Street fixture

By Greg Ruland

A Main Street fixture for the past 100 years is enjoying its first major facelift in the last 50, as local contractors work to upgrade the facade of Amber Floral and Lil’ Ole’ Winemaker, at 516 Main St. Patrons can still purchase ...


BizBuzz, Jan. 29, 2015

By Staff

A business that started in Grand Junction and spread to other locations around the United States recently expanded its corporate headquarters by moving into the top floor of the former Sherwood Plaza Building, located at 1114 N. First St. Now ...


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Records: Bandidos gang ran meth ring

By Paul Shockley

Court records say an alleged Mesa County drug ring dismantled in December was supplied by the Denver-based Bandidos motorcycle club members, whose indictments were announced Wednesday by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. Michael ...


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Mavs take 2nd in division at cheerleading nationals

By Kathleen Goddeyne

Colorado Mesa University cheer team members just might have a little more pep in their step this month, following their second-place finish at a national competition. The CMU team returned home from Orlando, Florida, last week as runners-up ...


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Rockies Caravan comes to GJ

By Patti Arnold

New Colorado Rockies GM Jeff Bridich visits Grand Junction.  ...


Dalai Lama to visit Boulder in October

By The AP

BOULDER — The Dalai Lama plans to visit Colorado in the fall. The University of Colorado and the Tibetan Association of Colorado announced Tuesday that the spiritual leader will visit Boulder on Oct. 20 and 21. The association says the ...


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Sheriff: GJ man tied to eight sex assaults

By Staff

Investigation has shown eight people — females ranging in age from 6 to 25 — are suspected sexual assault victims of a Grand Junction man, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office said today in a press release. Larry Church, 53, was ...


Feds issue new policy for snowmobiles in national forests

By The AP

BOISE, Idaho — The U.S. Forest Service has issued a new policy requiring forest managers to limit where snowmobiles can go by specifically designating what areas are open. The federal agency on Wednesday published the final federal ...


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