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OutFit: Denim jacket

By Ivy Parnasius

Fashion is always changing, but one item that belongs in every closet is a denim jacket. This American classic has been popular since the 1950s, and its widespread appeal continues to grow. Comfortable and versatile, a denim jacket can take ...


IN BRIEF: March 30, 2012

By Staff

Kids’ singing, acting classes available Kids’ Konservatory, in conjunction with Broadway at the Avalon, will offer the four-week class “Fabulous Fifties Forever” beginning April 7 for children ages 8–18. The ...


John Denver tribute from the Symphony

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Holland native John Adams became a fan of John Denver in 1972. Adams absorbed all he could about the singer’s guitar style and bought each of his albums and music books, according to a news release from the Grand Junction Symphony ...


Quick Picks: March 30-April 5

By Melinda Mawdsley

Saturday, March 31 Haiku roping The combination of cowboys and agriculture sets the scene for “An Evening of Cowboy Poetry” at 5 p.m. in at the Gateway Community Center. The event is a fundraiser for the local Merry Mixers 4-H ...


Kyle Dyer

News anchor returning after televised dog bite

By The Associated Press

DENVER — A Denver television news anchor who was bitten by a dog on live TV is planning to return to work next week. Kyle Dyer of KUSA-TV was bitten in the face by an 85-pound Argentine mastiff last month during a segment with the ...


10 climbers removed from rocks in Colorado Springs

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — Ten climbers were removed from rocks after violating rules at Garden of the Gods Park in Colorado Springs. The Colorado Springs Fire Department was alerted to the climbers by concerned onlookers on Thursday. The ...


Memorial for couple likely killed in wildfire

By The Associated Press

LITTLETON — A memorial service is planned for the couple likely killed by a wildfire in the Jefferson County foothills. Friday’s service will be held at Southern Gables Church in Littleton. The bodies of Sam Lucas and Linda Lucas ...


Evans officer, suspect shot during medical call

By The Associated Press

EVANS — An Evans police officer and a suspect are hospitalized with gunshot wounds following a shooting during a medical call. Evans Det. Michael Yates says officers and an ambulance were called to a home early Friday when the shooting ...


Center for Independence to have its second Dine in the Blind event

By Tammy Gemaehlich

There will be great food, a cash bar, a live auction and music, but for much of it you’ll be in the dark. Center for Independence’s second Dine in the Blind event will be Saturday, March 31, at 740 Gunnison Ave. The event brings ...


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One-act operas free at CMU

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Here’s a performance for those who enjoy sampling things: An Evening of One-Act Operas. Even better, there are two performances and admission is free. Presented by Colorado Mesa University’s Opera Scene’s class, the ...


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