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College hosts Friday Farmers’ Market

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Health is not just about eating right and exercising, it encompasses everything that makes a human being happy. That’s the message the Wellness Team at Mesa State College hopes to convey to the campus and the community through its ...

Whiz, bang and whodunit! Four-day trip is explosive

By Penny Stine

We went to Nebraska over the Fourth of July on a four-day trip last weekend. For those who have never visited a small town in Nebraska for Independence Day, let me tell you, you are missing an event. It took us eight hours to drive to Gering ...

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Rifle air show preview

By Gretel Daugherty

Preparations for a weekend air show in Rifle.  ...


1930s-era Grand Junction boasted four movie theaters

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When I think of old theaters, I remember the story of Anna Sage, who agreed to wear a red dress to the theater to tip federal agents to the identity of notorious 1930s gangster and bank robber John Dillinger, who was at the movie. G-men ...

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Fruita man accused of trailhead thefts from cars arrested again

By Paul Shockley

A Fruita man was arrested last night on allegations he broke into several vehicles at local hiking trails and stole items over the span of one week, which was less than a month after his arrest on similar allegations involving cars at a ...

Unemployment rises to 9.2 percent as hiring stalls

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Hiring slowed to a near-standstill last month, raising doubts that the economy will rebound in the second half of the year after a spring slump. The economy generated only 18,000 net jobs in June, the fewest in nine months. ...

Water recedes around Denver, more storms possible

By The AP

DENVER — Waters have receded around the Denver area but more thunderstorms are possible later today. Thunderstorms flooded streets and underpasses with a fury on Thursday, trapping some cars and buses during the afternoon ...

Tax measure effort for schools at halfway mark

By The AP

DENVER — State Sen. Rollie Heath says more than 65,000 signatures have been collected for a ballot proposal that would increase taxes to raise more money for Colorado schools. The Democratic lawmaker said Thursday that the campaign is ...

Realtor News

By Staff

Robert Bray, President of Bray Real Estate, Sid Squirrell and Nancy Watkins with Bray Commercial Real Estate and Cindy Hoppe with Bray Property Management all attended the Third Annual Retail Owners and Managers Conference at the Inverness ...

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Redlands Recession

By Penny Stine

Like many areas across the Grand Valley, the Redlands has experienced a slowdown in residential building and commercial activity in the last few years. At least one expert thinks the recession has taken a bigger toll on the Redlands, at least ...

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