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Art on the Corner: Lady in Red

By Staff

SCULPTURE: “Lady in Red” is east of Summit Canyon Mountaineering, on the southwest corner of Fifth and Main streets. ARTIST: Thad Tuin of Grand Junction. DESCRIPTION: The red steel sculpture stands 67 inches tall. “Lady in ...

Outfit: Rosettes

By Ivy Parnasius

Things are looking rosy in the world of fashion. Three-dimensional roses, or rosettes, are popping up everywhere this season. These funky little flowers add a much needed punch to everything from jewelry to dresses. Look for rosettes on the ...

Parade of Lights will get you in the holiday spirit

By Staff

If you’re needing an extra push to get into the holiday spirit, take time to go downtown on Saturday, Dec. 5. Winter Festival begins at 1 p.m. with plenty of baked goodies, hot drinks and handmade gifts for sale along Main Street. The ...

Jimmy Buffett, Neil Young releasing albums just in time for the holidays

By Staff

It is Jimmy Buffett’s and Neil Young’s turns to treat us to new music for the holidays. Each artist is releasing an album this week. Jimmy Buffett’s is a studio LP, and Neil Young’s is a live album. “Buffett ...

Death Notices, Dec. 4, 2009

By Staff

Helene W. Colligan, 83, Fruita, died Dec. 1, 2009, at her home. Private services are planned. Ms. Colligan was an accounts receivable executive. Survivors include two daughters, Leslie Jordan of Broomfield and Sidney Caro of Fruita; one ...

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Central student Urie to represent Colorado

By Staff

Central High School senior Axel Urie will represent Colorado at the 48th annual United States Senate Youth Program in Washington, D.C. The 104 delegates from across the nation will gather March 6 to 13 for a seminar about the federal ...


Parade of Lights set to roll

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Look past the blinking, multicolored Christmas lights and the giant blow-up can on the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. float at the Parade of Lights on Saturday, and you will see employees and families who made the elaborate parade entry ...

Blotter, Dec. 4, 2009

By Staff

Burglary report false Sixteen Mesa County Sheriff’s Department deputies responded to a report of a possible burglary in progress Wednesday afternoon at 481 Mae St. in Clifton. Amber Koester, 26, told deputies the suspected burglar had ...

Plan trims college funds to ‘05 level

By Emily Shockley

A new proposal by the Department of Higher Education would cut state funding for Mesa State College next year by nearly 20 percent. The department’s head, Rico Munn, told the Joint Budget Committee on Wednesday that returning each state ...


Spirit of The Seasons: Subdivision neighbors help couple spruce up home for holiday tour

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Carolyn and Carl Glosenger, with a little help from their neighbors in The Seasons subdivision, are planning to open their beautiful southwest-style stucco home to the community Saturday as part of the Grand Junction Symphony Guild’s ...

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