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Colorado again passed over for fed education grant

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado has been passed over in its third attempt to earn a share of federal “Race to the Top” education grants. Colorado is not among the nine states that will share $500 million in grant money intended to ...


Hundreds line up for $20 bills at Denver cathedral

By The AP

DENVER — Hundreds of people are lined up outside Denver’s Catholic cathedral to get $20 each as part of an annual Christmas tradition. The Archdiocese of Denver expects more than 1,500 people, many of them homeless, to get the ...


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MAIN DISPLAY: Art galleries aim to turn downtown into quite a scene

By Staff

By MELINDA MAWDSLEY Known for his large landscape paintings — sometimes 5 or 6 feet wide — John Lintott admits that nothing in his artistic career thus far is as big as his decision to open a gallery on Main Street. Lintott, ...


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Music scene: Dec. 16-22

By Staff

By Tammy Gemaehlich Musician Michael G. Ronstadt comes from a family music tradition so deep it dates back five generations. He plays the cello, guitar and sings and will perform with fellow musician David Trotta — the duo is named ...


Lines West: Dec. 16

By Staff

SUNDAY DRIVE Here we are gone, past the slick rock, past the blossom wilt on claret cups, out to where the sand is brittle as dried blood—What rocks haven’t worn away look from remote distances like spaceships gone off course, ...


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Q&A with Jerry Ditter, Colorado Mesa University theater department

By Staff

By MELINDA MAWDSLEY Colorado Mesa University Technical Director Jerry Ditter wasted no time getting involved in the Grand Junction theater community. He moved to the area only several months ago and already has started the Smoke and Mirrors ...


Calendar: Dec. 16-22

By Staff

FRIDAY, DEC. 16 Karaoke, 8 p.m., Lounge 743, DoubleTree by Hilton, 743 Horizon Drive, ages 21 plus, 241-8888. The Gift of Song, holiday showcase of choral music presented by Palisade High School choral music students, 7:15 p.m., Palisade ...


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Outfit: Gift ideas for less than $25

By Staff

By Ivy Parnasius If you are searching for that perfect gift for the fashionista in your life, here are some ideas to get you started. 1. Nail appliques and polish — There are so many selections that it’s hard to choose, so make ...


Goe On: ‘Dragon Tattoo’ will bear out genius of Trent Reznor

By David Goe

Trent Reznor first scared the beans out of me in 1989. I was watching the disturbing, raw video for “Closer” as a 7-year-old in my friend’s basement. Thanks to Nine Inch Nails, one of my earliest memories of MTV is of a ...


Tess on the Town: Christmas heats up the ovens of popular bakery

By Tess Furey

It’s like a Fantasia for those with a sweet tooth. A fix for sugar fiends. A playground for kids with lollipop eyes. I thought I’d stop at Home Style Bakery, 924 N. Seventh St., on a Tuesday morning when business was slow. ...


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