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Pharm-ers market endlessly advertised on TV is an assault on the senses

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

I don’t want to ask my doctor about Lyrica. I don’t even know what Lyrica is. I think it’s the one that will ease your arthritis. Or maybe I’m thinking of Humira, or Chantix — no — that’s the one ...


Boulder County to phase out GMO crops on public land

By The AP

BOULDER — Boulder County officials have decided to phase out the growing of genetically modified crops on public land. The Times-Call reports that county commissioners voted 2-1 Wednesday night to stop growing GMO corn and sugar beets ...


Entertainment briefs: Dec. 2–8

By Staff

CMU students’ ceramics sale scheduled The Colorado Mesa University Clay Club will have its winter ceramics sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Dec. 7–8, on the first floor of the University Center. The sale will ...


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Quick Picks: The Boys of Summer concert; Candy Cane Hunt; Winter Film Festival

By Ann Wright

Friday, Dec. 2 Fly like an eagle The Boys of Summer: A Tribute to The Music of The Eagles will play a concert at 9 p.m. Friday at Mesa Theater, 538 Main St. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the music will start with Morgan Crouse at 8 p.m. The ...


Naked man says he was looking for a wife at Mormon temple

By The AP

LOGAN, Utah — Authorities say a man in northern Utah was arrested after he was caught wandering naked on the grounds of a Mormon temple and told police he was looking for a wife. The Herald-Journal newspaper in Logan reports that ...


State ski resorts could see another strong year for bookings

By The AP

DENVER — The slow start to ski season in Colorado this year doesn’t seem to have any impact on bookings for the state’s ski resorts. The Denver Post reports that Bill Tomcich with Stay Aspen Snowmass says bookings “are ...


Wait just got longer

By The Daily Sentinel

The budget the Mesa County commissioners are scheduled to approve next week likely includes $1.2 million in new spending for the Sheriff’s Office and about $300,000 more for the Mesa County District Attorney’s Office. The needs ...


Printed Letters: December 1, 2016

By Staff

Underpass will enhance the Riverfront Trail Kudos to the Mesa County commissioners for taking the lead in constructing the much-needed underpass beneath 29 Road for connection to the Riverfront Trail. I am a frequent rider of the section of ...


What is important to know

By Rick Wagner

Last week I wrote a very warm and engaging piece on some of the things we should be thankful for on Thanksgiving. It had a very Norman Rockwell quality about it but I received a couple of emails from people who were upset, mainly because the ...


What is important to know

By Rick Wagner

Last week I wrote a very warm and engaging piece on some of the things we should be thankful for on Thanksgiving. It had a very Norman Rockwell quality about it but I received a couple of emails from people who were upset, mainly because the ...


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