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You Saw It, Oct. 8

By Staff


Designers turning a fashionable eye toward larger sizes

By Melinda Mawdsley

As Gay Walker has gotten older she has developed what she calls a “spare tire” around her midsection and uses clothes and accessories to discreetly hide “the parts I don’t want seen and the parts that shouldn’t be ...


CHEERS! Hamsters and elderberries

By Charles Ashby

Hamsters & elderberries Elderflowers? Don’t get me started. Seems I’ve written about them before, something about smelling of them. (This is a good time for a funny Monty Python quote: “I don’t want to talk to ...

Appreciate the middle chapters
 in life

By Steve Beauregard

“Do you want to play?” my 6-year-old asks excitedly. Sigh. She wants to play school. Again. The most boring type of play there is, where she pretends to be a teacher and I her student, sitting there on the tiny chair made for ...


GYM: Walk 70,000 steps

By Staff

WALK 70,000 STEPS Crossroad Fitness’ challenge to the Grand Valley community to walk 70,000 steps in seven days begins Monday. The following exercises will help to add strength and stability while contributing to an increase in ...

BizBuzz, Oct. 8

By Staff

A longtime Grand Valley waxologist opened her first business downtown Wednesday in a work space she calls “the no judgment zone” — a place where people of all sizes and ages are invited to comfortably endure the pain of ...

Biz Briefcase, Oct. 8

By Staff

Chevron gives $7,000 
to local robotics team Hi Fives Robotic Team accepted $7,000 from representatives of Chevron Corporation last week during a parent/student orientation. The donation continues Chevron’s history of sponsoring ...


Colder weather portends space heater use 
in the workplace, at times a risky proposition

By Greg Ruland

Increasingly frigid weather may cause cold-sensitive workers to tuck space heaters beneath their desks. The blow-and-glow heaters warm toes, but also risk electrical fires, losses not covered by insurance, and even death, a local business ...

COGCC plan to act on task force ideas assailed

By Dennis Webb

Battle lines already are being drawn after state oil and gas regulators this week unveiled a proposal to act on a task force’s recommendations for addressing conflicts between drilling and residential development. An industry group ...

Colorado potato packing plant settles sex harassment suit

By The AP

DENVER — The operators of a Colorado potato packing plant have agreed to pay nearly a half million dollars to settle accusations that it tolerated the sexual harassment of more than a dozen of its female workers for over a decade. Under ...

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