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Some county layoffs likely in 2010

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Mesa County Administrator Jon Peacock acknowledged Friday the county likely will lay off a limited number of employees next year, as budget managers have watched an important source of revenue drop off precipitously. Peacock said he ...


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Art On The Corner: ‘Knotted Badge In Blue’

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SCULPTURE: “Knotted Badge in Blue” is in front of Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, on the south side of the 300 block of Main Street. ARTIST: Suzi Rhae Ross of Cass Lake, Minn. DESCRIPTION: The main piece of the sculpture is a sheet of ...


Two Chairs presents tale of 1937 murder in GJ’s Barbary Coast District

By Staff

The 1937 murder of a woman in Grand Junction’s notorious Barbary Coast District is the inspiration for a new play and a staged reading in the KAFM Radio Room. The play, “The Apron String Murder” by Joseph Wilcox of Two ...


Arts and crafts fairs Nov. 13-14

By Staff

Crisp fallen leaves crunch under foot and the scent of autumn fills the air. What does it mean? It’s fall arts and crafts fair time. Here are a few events to visit this weekend: Proceeds from The Arts and Crafts Fair, will help the ...


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Palisade buffets recession

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Mickie Harshman felt the brunt of the recession about this time last year when she was laid off from her job as the assistant manager for 13 Photography in downtown Grand Junction. The now-shuttered studio’s prime location in one of the ...


‘Look of hate’ shook suspect’s housekeeper

By Paul Shockley

A longtime housekeeper of Alan and Miriam Helmick’s said the normally chatty couple was anything but on the day before Alan Helmick’s murder, adding, “You could cut the tension with a knife.” Patricia Erikson, who had ...


Sam Bush fans should be pleased with his latest release

By Staff

“Circles Around Me” is the title of the new and, in my opinion, best solo recording from Sam Bush. The 56-year-old Bush is one of the musicians most responsible for the modern bluegrass or “new grass” movement that ...


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Mesa State theater department features turkey on its menu

By Staff

Mesa State College’s theater department is getting a jump on Thanksgiving. Twenty Mesa State actors spent the past month rehearsing for “An Absolute Turkey,” a comedy. The show runs Wednesday through Saturday, Nov. ...


Gallery’s miniature sale draws plenty of artists, residents

By Melinda Mawdsley

The end of every year has been the best time of year at The Blue Pig Gallery. For a third year, the This Little Piggy Miniature Art Show and Sale has begun at the gallery at 119 W. Third St. in Palisade. It was the gallery’s most ...


Montrose senior Vickers signs letter of intent to play at Bryant

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Jessica May Vickers has done plenty of traveling when it comes to tennis. From the Southeast Asian island of Brunei and the Philippines to Las Vegas and Connecticut, Vickers has been all over the globe. When it came to college tennis, ...


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