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OutFit: Gauchos

By Ivy Parnasius

If the thought of gauchos makes you cringe, you are in for a surprise. These flowing, full-leg capri pants were once the domain of grannies, but now they are sleek, sophisticated and even sexy. For a comfortable daytime look, pair gauchos ...


Affordable Hearing Aids

By Staff

After 22 years in Grand Junction, the same location, and 9 years in Delta, Affordable Hearing Aids has built a large loyal following and great reputation for service and integrity. Carson Wood BC-HIS, the owner, is proud to be the exclusive ...


Colo. jobless rate rises again

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s unemployment rate ticked up to 9.3 percent in February, even though the state added 3,000 nonfarm jobs. The Department of Labor and Employment said the increase in jobs wasn’t enough to offset an increase ...


GJ unemployment at 11 percent in February

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Grand Junction’s seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate changed little between January and February, decreasing 0.1 percent in February to 11 percent. The local rate changed because more people were employed in February than in January, ...


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Bank gives free coffee to donut customers

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

American National Bank is always looking for ways to develop their community outreach program in order to reach out to new customers and thank the ones they have. Barbara Ciperano and Kathryn Zamora were at Homestyle Bakery early Friday ...


Utah lawmakers considering records law repeal

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah legislators are considering repealing changes to the state’s open records law that exempts text messages from public scrutiny and increases the cost of records requests. A special session will begin at noon ...


School exercise requirement still unsettled in Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — A physical activity requirement in elementary schools is still in limbo at the Colorado Legislature. Lawmakers put off until Monday a meeting to try to hammer out a compromise on a bill mandating 30 minutes a day of physical ...


Supermarket beer bill advances at Colo. Capitol

By The AP

DENVER — A proposal to allow gas stations, grocery stores and convenience stores to sell full-strength beer is advancing at the state Capitol. A House committee voted 7-6 to back the measure on Thursday. The Denver Post reported that ...


Agapito Associates, Inc.

By Staff

Agapito Associates, Inc. (AAI) provides consulting services in geo-engineering, mining engineering, and related disciplines. Founded in 1978 to meet the needs of the mineral and energy industries, the firm operates out of offices in ...


Crawford woman killed in crash

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A Crawford woman was killed Thursday after she was thrown from her sport utility vehicle in a rollover accident. Carol Lyn Lang, 44, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, the Colorado State Patrol said. Lang was driving west on ...


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