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Not enough adjectives to describe Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Love’

By Rock Cesario

We started the whole trip off with a visit to Las Vegas on June 5 to see the Cirque du Soleil production of “Love,” set to the music of the Beatles. They were going to take two days off and then come back on June 8 with their ...


Bin 707 owner opts to leave Horizon Drive for downtown with different items on menu

By Tess Furey

The name Bin 707 might be fresh in the mind because I wrote about their cocktails last week. And I promised I would continue this week with a rundown of their food. The bistro is, quite frankly, worth a second mention. Owner Josh Niernberg, ...


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Local author releases new ‘Cat’ book

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Local author Rebecca M. Hale released her third book in a series of cozy mystery novels titled “How to Moon a Cat: A Cat and Curious Mystery” last week. In front of a prominent display at Barnes and Noble in Grand Junction, where ...


After more than week of storms, more rain in Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — Forecasters say the monsoon pattern that has brought 10 days of heavy rain and flooding to parts of central Colorado isn’t done yet. National Weather Service meteorologist Scott Entrekin said today that computer models ...


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AROUND TOWN SOUNDS: Goodman Unplugged

By Kristin Hall

Goodman Unplugged is simply Gerry Goodman — his voice and his guitar — although he is often joined by various musicians. What Goodman refers to as “his acoustic thing” is perhaps best described as a ...


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School bus driver competes internationally

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Michele Schurz, a local school bus driver for First Student, will be competing this weekend at the National School Transportation Association’s annual School Bus Driver International Safety Competition in Baltimore, Md. Schurz was ...


CU student leaders want pot party moved

By The AP

BOULDER — University of Colorado student leaders are hoping to change the school’s party reputation by helping move the annual marijuana smoke-out off campus. About 10,000 participants convene annually on campus to light up for ...


Frontier cancels flights because of hail damage

By The AP

DENVER — Frontier Airlines says it is experiencing serious delays at Denver International Airport because of hail damage to its planes. The airline says golf-ball-sized hail hit Denver International Airport, its hometown airport, on ...


Forest Service expected to rule on roadless rule

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — The U.S. Forest Service is expected to make a decision about Colorado roadless rules later this year. The Forest Service says it received 55,000 public comments across the state by Thursday’s deadline. The Colorado ...


Save money and reduce telemarketing calls? Where do I sign up?

By Penny Stine

I don’t feel old until I remember the days before cell phones, answering machines and voice mail. Remember how quiet it was? If you went away from home and missed a phone call, it was no big deal. If it was important, whoever called ...


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