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Entertainment briefs: Winefest artwork, music scholarships

By Staff

Colorado Mountain Winefest seeks artwork for the 20th annual festival Colorado Mountain Winefest has set deadlines for artwork being submitted for its September festival. “We are looking for a very special piece to represent the 20th ...

Miss Celtic Fire in Montrose? There are three other shows

By Melinda Mawdsley

People unable to catch the first Celtic Fire show Thursday, Jan. 13, in Montrose still have three opportunities to see the Irish-inspired event in western Colorado. The tour, featuring the spirited Irish music of the group FEAST and an Irish ...

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All-Ages Venue Project seeks spot for live music, young adults

By Melinda Mawdsley

Chase Erwin and his circle of friends have a legitimate question with a not-so-simple answer. Where do you go to listen to local live music if you are younger than 21? The answer is: hardly anywhere. The temporary closure of Mesa Theater ...

Creating CD bound for high-country cabin was great fun

By Rock Cesario

My wife’s sister, Kari, and her husband, Todd, recently built a mountain cabin near Buena Vista. When we visited for the first time, we brought a CD player/iPod dock so we would have some music. It was a big hit with everyone and led ...


OutFit: Honeysuckle

By Ivy Parnasius

Last year, the must-have color for both wardrobes and home decor was turquoise. The fun color added life and vitality to a sea of neutral hues. This year, the equally bold and stimulating color, honeysuckle, will be the dynamic shade to ...

10 must-haves in my pantry to keep my grits company

By Tess Furey

A colleague of mine, John Lehndorff, once wrote a column for the Rocky Mountain News about what foods he keeps on hand in his pantry. I thought it was fascinating and decided I might put together my own list of staples with a long shelf life ...

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Petty disputes led to Plateau City on Grand Mesa

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There are two different stories on the origin of Plateau City. One story is told by Reuben A. Pitts in his book “The Bull and the Bees or the Facts of Life in the Plateau Valley.” Pitts writes that Sam Kiggins wanted to put in a ...

Air Force Academy expects 12 percent budget cut

By The AP

DENVER — The Air Force Academy expects a budget cut of about $41 million, or 12.2, percent for the current fiscal year as the government tries to rein in spending, but school officials say overall academics won’t suffer. West ...

Utah bill would permit shooting feral animals

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A Utah legislator wants to change the state’s animal cruelty law to make it legal to shoot and kill feral animals. Clearfield Republican Rep. Curt Oda says that feral animals shouldn’t be protected by a ...

Gov. Hickenlooper sets out on Colorado jobs tour

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper is setting out on a statewide tour to get help from local counties putting together an economic plan. Starting this weekend, Hickenlooper plans to meet with business leaders, community members ...

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