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Zoo supporters to have Arts and Crafts Fair

By Tammy Gemaehlich

On a quest to create a zoo in the valley, Grand Valley Zoological Quest will host a ZOOriffic Arts and Craft Fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, June 2, at Cross Orchards Historic Site, 3073 F Road. The event will feature art and craft ...


Music Scene: June 1–7

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Western Colorado’s own Pineapple Crackers will open The Fruita Thursday Night Summer Concert Series at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, June 7, at the Fruita Civic Center park, 325 E. Aspen Ave. Pineapple Crackers creates “a vibrant mixture of ...

Lines West: June 1

By Staff

Silver Geese Before stars or sky, the moon swam naked in a pond, With silver geese beneath the ice, At night, in peace, trapped from flight with blue air around — Rae Taylor  ...

Utah: Gone fishing, no license

By The Associated Press

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah officials say people can go fishing Saturday without a license. The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is authorizing the Free Fishing Day as a promotional event. All other rules in the state’s fishing ...

Flags at half staff for slain Englewood officer

By The Associated Press

ENGLEWOOD — Gov. John Hickenlooper has ordered flags on public buildings be lowered to half staff in honor of an Englewood police officer who was killed in a hit-and-run collision. Flags are being lowered Friday, the day 39-year-old ...

Sunflower producers in state to vote on fee increase

By The Associated Press

DENVER — Colorado agricultural officials are considering doubling the fee sunflower producers pay on the crops they raise. The extra money would be used for research on strategies for improving yields. That could include research on ...

Forest Service may charge fees for use of cabins near Del Norte

By The Associated Press

DEL NORTE — The U.S. Forest Service is considering charging $25 per night for people to use two historic cabins that were recently restored. The agency says the proposed rental fees for Off Cow Camp and Fitton Guard Station would be ...

Redlands is facing water rationing

By Matthew Berger

The thousands of Redlands residents who rely upon water supplied by the Redlands Water and Power Co. to irrigate their lawns, gardens and orchards will be forced to ration their usage this summer. In a move that’s expected to continue ...

Paradox fire human-caused

By Paul Shockley

A wildfire that has torched more than 6,000 acres and cost more than $2.4 million in western Montrose County was caused by human activity, an official said Thursday. “We don’t know exactly how and it isn’t easy to determine ...

Coroner: Bath salts played a role in homicide of teen

By Paul Shockley

The Mesa County Coroner’s Office on Thursday said a 19-year-old Grand Junction man died last month as a result of strangulation in what has been ruled a homicide. Daniel J. Richards was rushed by friends April 10 to Community Hospital ...

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