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How to prevent colon cancer

By Staff

The American Cancer Society recommends regular colon cancer screenings for patients 50 and older. So if you’re over the age of 50 and you’ve never had one, what’s stopping you? The screening is important for two ...


How to choose a plastic surgeon to treat varicose veins

By Staff

The venous system is a collection system that gathers the spent de-oxygenated blood in the body and routes it back to the heart and lungs to restore oxygen in the blood in its second-by-second trip back through the circulatory system to ...


How to choose a cosmetic dentist

By Staff

One dental question that many people have is “What can I do to make my smile look better?” The reality is that dentists are now capable of helping you create the appearance you’ve always dreamed of having. This can be ...


How to choose a new car dealer

By Staff

Choosing a new car dealer is a tricky topic for many people. When deciding which new car to buy, consumers are always worried about the prospect of negotiating, swinging an affordable deal, depreciation, financing and a litany of other ...


How to sell real estate (or anything) using an auctioneer

By Staff

There are many misconceptions about the auction process whether you are a buyer or a seller. Auctions have existed for over 2,000 years and the auction method is the truest form of price discovery. The competitive bidding of an auction ...

Flash flood watch issued for western Colorado

By The AP

GRAND JUNCTION — The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for western Colorado. The weather service says intense thunderstorms could cause flooding west of the Continental Divide. Forecasters said the storms could ...

Lawmakers hiking peaks to raise money for Capitol dome

By The Associated Press

ALMA — Several state lawmakers are hiking Mount Democrat and Mount Lincoln to highlight fundraising needs for ongoing repairs to the state Capitol dome. Democrat Mark Ferrandino tweeted that he’s climbing Mount Democrat on ...

Aspen considering tax hike for social services

By The AP

ASPEN — Pitkin County commissioners are considering a plan to raise property taxes as much as 19 percent to support social services and senior citizen assistance programs. The Healthy Community Fund that pays for the services is set to ...

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Mesa roads to be improved

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Two roads on the western flank of Grand Mesa will receive much-needed improvements under a pair of agreements signed by the Mesa County Commission on Monday. The county and the U.S. Forest Service will jointly cover the cost of repairing and ...

Cops: Man filmed up women’s dresses at grocery store

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A man used a modified video camera on top of his shoe to record video up women’s skirts and loose-fitting shorts, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Joshua Cheyenne Vohs, 34, 465 Orchard Ave., was issued a summons ...

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