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Biz buzz: July 11, 2010

By Staff

After proliferating the Front Range with 34 stores, Brakes Plus finally decided to cross the Continental Divide in Colorado. The Western Slope’s first Brakes Plus is under construction in Grand Junction at 519 Ligrani Lane, between the ...


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Young professionals explore nonprofit work

By Amy Hamilton

What idealistic teenager doesn’t dream of changing the world? But, give him or her a few years, and those ideas tend to fall by the wayside. Thoughts turn to college, families and making a buck just to get by. But young adults ...


Register to vote in primaries by Monday

By Charles Ashby

Coloradans who intend to vote in the August primaries need to make sure they register by Monday. That’s the deadline to register as a Republican, Democrat or Libertarian in order to cast a ballot in the Aug. 10 primaries. Voters also ...


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Stressing out: Fruita Monument’s Jennifer Campbell battling back after common setback

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Once Jennifer Campbell tried running, she couldn’t get enough of it. The 16-year-old runs for the Fruita Monument High School cross-country and track team. She loved running so much, her practice workout wasn’t enough. Campbell ...


Your Town, July 11, 2010

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Where are you? The Grand Junction High School Class of 1950 is planning its 60th reunion Sept. 10-11 and is looking for some classmates who are either lost or ditching class: Art Brackman, Deloris Davis-McAlpine, Rose Ann Hooker-Key, Coleen ...


Death Notices, July 11, 2010

By Staff

Brian K. Brezden, 62, Fruita, died July 8, 2010. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Loma Community Church. Mr. Brezden was a business manager. Survivors include his wife, Teri A. of Fruita; two daughters, Traci Lynn Bartshe of Lake ...


SustainAbility, WaterSense

By Adele Israel

In case you have forgotten that we live next to a desert, the recent lack of rainfall might jog your memory. Water is a constant concern in our area, and there are many ways each of us can conserve the precious liquid. We can use less water ...


The Legal Eagle Hotline will now take your calls

By Staff

As part of our efforts to both educate the community and to reach 600 words by deadline, we present to you a feature we like to call: “The Legal Eagle Hotline,” in which we answer your legal questions free of charge. Keep in mind ...


Homegrown, July 10, 2010

By Staff

I plan to move to Grand Junction soon, and I want to know if I will be able to grow artichokes there. What do I have to do to make them live? — Robert Artichokes are wonderful, semi-perennial herbaceous plants in western Colorado. ...


Religion Briefs, July 10, 201

By The AP

Seminar to be at Marriott Courtyard Boaz Michael and Toby Janicki from First Fruits of Zion in Marshfield, Mo., will teach a free seminar “A Jewish Sermon on the Mount” on Wednesday at the Marriott Courtyard Hotel, 765 Horizon ...


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