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Artists ready to perform at GV arts fest

By Melinda Mawdsley

Activities for children and adults abound at this year’s Grand Valley Performing Arts Festival. The event covers nearly every area of performance-based art during its four-day run at Colorado Mesa University’s Moss Performing Arts ...

Palisade to host Colorado Lavender Festival

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Colorado Lavender Festival, a three-day event celebrating the versatility of the purple-hued herb, is set for Friday and Sunday, July 6–8, in Palisade. Lavender is “prized for its perfume, medicinal properties, beautiful color ...

Entertainment Briefs: July 6-12

By Staff

The Samples tickets available, free Free tickets to see rock band The Samples are still available for the public, Ron Wilson of Sandstone Concerts announced. The Samples will perform as part of the Colorado Riverfront Concert Series at 7:30 ...

Tess on the Town: Notable sandwiches

By Tess Furey

Thanks to the John Montague, the fourth Earl of Sandwich and eponymous creator of placing meat between two pieces of bread, we have such creations as the grinder, Monte Cristo, hoagie, Cuban, grilled cheese, Made-Rites, French dip and ...

Art openings abound in week ahead

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Art openings abound this week and it’s a great opportunity to get out of the heat and enjoy the cultural coolness art offers. ■ The Art Center’s First Friday art opening will feature artist introductions at 6:30 p.m. and a ...

Lines West: July 6

By Staff

ODE TO WATER You carve beautiful rock canyons You flow into magnificant waterfalls You grow food for us You let us drink your sparkling body You create clean energy for us You keep our bodies clean You amuse us You give certain animals ...

Email letters, July 6, 2012

By Staff

A mother’s medical struggles illustrate Wagner’s erroneous view Rick Wagner’s smug view of freedom of choice, especially regarding health care riles me. Maybe someday fate will dose him with the reality of freedom and choice ...

Colorado Fishing Report Tuesday, July 3

By Dave Buchanan

Information for Anglers Voluntary fishing closures as temperatures rise – Colorado Parks and Wildlife has implemented voluntary fishing closures on the Yampa River (Chuck Lewis SWA downstream through Steamboat Springs city limits), ...

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Stripers perking up, bass fishing hot at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,633 asl   Water Temperature 76-82 F PAGE, Ariz.,July 3 – This week is full moon and the biggest holiday of the year at the lake.  I am not sure how fish respond to fireworks but ...

Woman sues after dog shot by Erie police officer

By The Associated Press

BOULDER — A woman whose German shepherd was fatally shot by a police officer in Erie is suing the officer and town for damages. The Daily Camera reports the Wheat Ridge-based Animal Law Center filed the lawsuit in Boulder on Thursday on ...

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