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Tess On the Town: WW Peppers aging nicely

By Tess Furey

WW Peppers, a longtime favorite in Grand Junction, was opened by Hal and Debbie Wederath in 1984. In those years, it has carved out a niche for its aged hand-cut steaks and Southwestern fare. A stone’s throw from the interstate and ...


115th Strawberry Days here

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Celebrate the strawberry in a number of different ways at the 115th annual Strawberry Days Festival going Friday through Sunday, June 15–17, in Glenwood Springs. Sayre Park is where much of the festival activity can be found. There will ...


On the Goe: Country Jam with the one you’re with

By David Goe

It’s been six years since I last worked backstage at Country Jam. On summer break from school, I joined my best friend Tate, several career roadies and the Stage Pro team to form the “local crew.” We were a band of grunts ...


You name it, it’ll likely be at AutoFest 2012

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Cars, foreign and domestic, antique, classic, custom, rod, motorcycles, tractors and trucks will be on display at AutoFest 2012. The 37th annual car show, organized by the Veteran Motor Car Club of America, Colorado West Chapter, will be from ...


Comedian taps real life for material

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Real life can be downright hilarious. Comedian Paul Palisoul, who gleans his stand-up material from his life experiences, will perform Saturday, June 16, at Mesa Theater and Lounge, 538 Main St. According to his bio at ...


Quick Picks, June 15-21

By Melinda Mawdsley

Friday, June 15 Don’t fall to pieces Love of Patsy Cline? Check out Stacy Mathers, who claims to sound like the country singer. She’ll sing during the Family Concert in the Park from 7–9 p.m. at Reed Park in Fruita. Take ...


One killed, another hurt during filming at gun range

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — One person has died and another was injured during filming for a national television show at a gun range. The El Paso County Sheriff’s Office says a 51-year-old person died during a filming accident Thursday at ...


Dam operators boosting Colorado River flows

By The Associated Press

GLENWOOD SPRINGS — Water officials say they’re adding flows to the Colorado River to benefit fish, rafting, and farmers and ranchers in western Colorado after a dry spring. The Colorado River District, Denver Water and the U.S. ...


Daycare teacher facing charges over threatening 6-year-old with knife

By The Associated Press

COLORADO SPRINGS — A 34-year-old daycare teacher is facing charges after a 6-year-old was threatened with a knife. Colorado Springs police say the incident occurred May 21. The teacher was arrested after police investigated the ...


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$1 million bond set for suspect in child’s death

By Paul Shockley

A Grand Junction man accused in the death of a toddler in April was ordered Thursday to be held at the Mesa County Jail on $1 million bond. Justin Keel, 26, who was extradited from New Mexico on Wednesday after his arrest there last month in ...


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