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Jazz & Grapes

By Penny Stine

Jazz music, an incredible view of Colorado National Monument and some pretty incredible wine. Is there any need for additional incentive to come to the Jazz Among the Grapevines concerts this summer? If so, consider all the great things the ...

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Only thing sweeter than music in Olathe is the corn

By Penny Stine

The Olathe Sweet Corn Festival is all about two Cs, according to festival organizer Bobbi Sale — corn and the concerts. The festival usually goes through about 70,000 ears of corn, which is given away free at the festival. There’s ...

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Feeling Blue in Palisade

By Penny Stine

The Palisade Bluegrass and Roots Music Festival at Riverbend Park is kicking off the 2011 western Colorado summer music scene with a bang as the Greencards and Junior Brown appearing Saturday night and the Grascals closing the festival on ...

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Colorado Pork and Hops Chalenge

By Penny Stine

What better way to cap off a summer full of music and fun than a festival that has quickly put Grand Junction on the barbecue circuit map and brings great music to the Grand Valley? In existence now for five years, Colorado Pork and Hops ...

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Riverfront concert series is a staple of summer

By Penny Stine

The concerts at the James M. Robb – Colorado River State Park in Fruita have become an entrenched part of the summertime music scene in the Grand Valley. The state park offers a gorgeous setting, the tickets are free and the musical ...

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Telluride is Festival Town, USA

By Penny Stine

There will be plenty of music in Telluride this summer, starting with the Bluegrass Festival in June and the Telluride Blues and Brews Festival in September. In between, the Telluride Americana Music Weekend in July, and the Telluride Jazz ...

Tipton money goes to firm with contracts with nephew’s company

By The AP

DENVER — U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton may have violated ethics rules after he spent more than $7,000 from his House office account on vendors that contract with his nephew’s company. Members of Congress are forbidden from hiring family ...

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Music always a hit at farmers market

By Penny Stine

The American National Bank Downtown Farmers Market Thursday nights in Grand Junction is one of the best entertainment values and venues in the Grand Valley. Where else can you see multiple local bands, dance troupes and performers, mingle ...

Woman dies in rafting accident

By The AP

SALIDA — A 38-year-old San Antonio woman is dead after she was swept off a commercial raft in swift-moving rapids. The Summit County Sheriff’s Department said she was one of four people who went into the water after their raft was ...

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Meat Loaf headlines Rock Jam

By Staff

Whether you love vintage rock performed by the heavyweights of yesteryear or the hardest rockers still climbing the charts today, Rock Jam, presented by Jack Daniel’s, has you covered with two days of live music Aug. 26-27. Meat Loaf, ...

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