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Gray Gourmet, Feb. 19, 2012

By Staff

Monday — Oven baked chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, three-bean salad, saucy fruit salad. Tuesday — Hamburger on a bun, potato salad, baked beans, fruit salad. Wednesday — Honey barbecue chicken, Monte Carlo vegetables, ...


Coal train derails in De Beque canyon

By Paul Shockley

A 104-car Union Pacific train was parked Saturday night in De Beque Canyon after derailing. The train, loaded wth coal from West Elk Mine in Arco and bound for Kentucky, was halted at 5:50 p.m. when one of its cars went off the rails, Union ...


Weekly Planner, Feb. 19, 2011

By Staff

Sunday, Feb. 19 Eagles Aerie No. 59 open house, to learn more about the organization, 5:30-7 p.m., 1674 U.S. Highway 50, chili and corn bread will be served. Knights of Columbus Council 13621 pancake breakfast, 7:30 a.m.-noon, third Sunday ...


Blotter, Feb. 19, 2012

By Staff

Toddler back with parents A woman reported Feb. 12 finding a 2-year-old child wandering the neighborhood in the 2100 block of Rainbow Ranch Drive, according to the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department. The child belonged to parents in ...


Your Town, Feb. 19, 2011

By Tammy Gemaehlich

It was probably just the angle of the sun playing tricks on me the other day, but I was fairly certain I saw the faintest hue of spring green at the top of a globe willow tree. You know, that first hint of green that shows up and catches your ...


Man shoots self while searching for prowler

By Paul Shockley

A Fruitvale man is recovering after accidentally shooting himself with a semi-automatic handgun while looking for a possible prowler around his home early Monday, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department said. Deputies were called around ...


Paonia makes magazine as top 20 ‘fantasy town’

By Paul Shockley

If you love the view and vino, Paonia may be your fantasy. That’s according to the editors of Sunset magazine. Paonia was ranked by the magazine among the world’s top 20 “fantasy towns,” for prospective movers ...


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Freedom not just another word when making free-form quilts

By Sherida Warner

Some quilters prefer traditional patterns; others lean toward art quilts. A fair number of us enjoy making both types. Those who are comfortable with commercial fabrics and patterns may have a hankering to try their hand at more free-form ...


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Locals answer call of needy around globe

By Rachel Sauer

Even as the economy roils, we have a lot. Through the foreclosures, the price hikes, the pink slips and the bad news, more often than not there’s food in the cupboard and gas in the tank. Not always, of course. In every town, in every ...


Three authors to read at event

By Staff

Three authors to read at event The Poets & Writers of Colorado Mesa University Reading Series will continue Thursday with three authors. Carol Christ, John Nizalowski and Luis Silva-Villar will read at the event that is set to begin at ...


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