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Brigitte Sundermann works hard and dreams big

By Bob Silbernagel

Dreams are an important part of Brigitte Sundermann’s life — dreams and hard work. In January, Sundermann became vice president of community college affairs at Western Colorado Community College, a branch of Mesa State College. ...


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Head of Mesa State music program Calvin Hofer loves to combine his passions

By Carrie Marfitano

On June 19, Calvin Hofer, head of Mesa State College’s music department, will hop on his Harley-Davidson motorcycle and ride south to Albuquerque, N.M., where he will referee a soccer tournament. The trip will combine three of ...


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Hospice volunteer coordinator Sue Settje finds people with talent

By Amy Hamilton

Strings of colorful baubles, sophisticated purses and vases in voluptuous shapes grace one shelf at the Miller Homestead’s Cups Coffee House. The items are impossible for most women to miss and, sure enough, on a recent morning one ...


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Steve Soychak is on the front line when it comes to preserving energy

By Dennis Webb

When Steve Soychak started his job 11 years ago, things were far different from today. “At the time, we had only 20 employees in this building right there,” he said, pointing to a structure just outside the window of his office at ...


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When it comes to visiting the Grand Valley, Barbara Bowman is your guide

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

In the early ’90s, Barbara Bowman never would have guessed that nearly 20 years later she still would be living and working in Grand Junction. “I absolutely love my job,” Bowman said. “It’s been such a wonderful ...


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Bryan Miick’s best-known trademark may be his own handlebars

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It’s important for any successful business to have a recognizable trademark. For McDonald’s it’s the golden arches, Nike has the swoosh, and The Bike Shop at 10th Street and North Avenue has the handlebar mustache. The ...


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Psychiatrist makes magic with barbecue

By Charles Ashby

Jackalopes are real. Just watch Grand Junction psychiatrist Bob Sammons pull one out of his hat, cook it up on his barbecue spit and then tell you why you hate your mother. OK, so maybe not all of the longtime doctor’s patients hate ...


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Spring brings busy days for Grand County Search and Rescue team in Utah

By Amy Hamilton

According to the advertising slogan, Moab, Utah, is “Where Adventure Begins.” Few of the area’s 1 million yearly visitors or many of the town’s 5,000 residents would dispute that. Grand County’s almost 3,800 ...


County OKs medical pot moratorium

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Mesa County this morning joined two other Grand Valley governments in approving a one-year moratorium on the cultivation and sale of medical marijuana in the unincorporated areas of the county. Commissioners Steve Acquafresca and Craig Meis ...


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Career Fair Participating Employers

By Staff

Advocare Name:  Brett Payne Address:  625 Colorado Ave., Grand Junction, CO   81501 Phone:  970-404-2124 Email:  .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) //= 0; i=i-1){ if (l[i].substring(0, 1) == ' ') ...


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