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Pulling out the toys: Outdoor enthusiasts have plenty of recreation options

By Staff

With temperatures cooling and snow starting to accumulate on Grand Mesa, Western Slope outdoor enthusiasts are gearing up for what they hope is another active winter of recreation. Although costs are a factor these days, many winter ...


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Mesa State edges Metro in basketball

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There was no big celebration Saturday night, only a couple of fist pumps and grins from the Mesa State College men’s basketball team. You wouldn’t have known the Mavericks had just knocked off 12th-ranked Metro State 61-56 in the ...


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Unorthodox approach defines art quilters

By Sherida Warner

You might be an art quilter if … you’ve been seen standing in your driveway in broad daylight wearing rubber gloves and a respirator while wielding a spray bottle full of bleach. So says Carole O’Brien, a member of the Art ...


Biz Buzz, Nov. 29, 2009

By Staff

Tenacious Brothers Pub, 701 Main St., is open. The neighborhood pub-style bar is located in the former home of the Spotlight Lounge in the same building as the old Cabaret Dinner Theatre. Bob Helmer, known as “Farmer Bob,” of ...


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Mesa State finding that Facebook is changing the college experience

By Staff

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Unforgettable: Telluride makes changes to make sure guests have enjoyable time

By Dave Buchanan

TELLURIDE — While the talk around the elbow-polished bar at the Sheridan Hotel late Wednesday centered on the first days of the 2009/2010 ski season, most of the attention was focused outside, where a predicted snowstorm was yet to ...


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Out with a bang: Ribbon Trail at Bangs Canyon something to be thankful for

By Staff

There’s so much to give thanks for this Thanksgiving weekend. I’m thankful for my family, for my friends, for where I live and for what I do. I’m very thankful for a kind and talented editor who’s patience allows me to ...


Man shot in chest, found in Junction home backyard

By Amy Hamilton

A man was taken to a local hospital and treated for a gunshot wound to the chest after being found in the backyard of a Grand Junction home early Saturday morning, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Police are not releasing ...


Retailers gear up for Cyber Monday promotions

By Emily Shockley

Gale Felt will spend her holiday shopping season in front of a computer. “I don’t like to shop the mall,” she said. Felt and millions of other consumers plan to shop online for Christmas presents this year. Enstrom Candies, ...


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LS: HISTORY HERE AND NOW, November 27, 2009

By Kathy Jordan

The existence of the Bridgeport railroad tunnel, built in the late 1800s, was news to me until I learned of it from John Hocker, a longtime Grand Junction resident and Air Force retiree. John e-mailed me, asking if I would be interested in ...


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