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Change of season: Powderhorn closing marks start of spring, summer activities in Colorado

By Dave Buchanan

Sometime late this afternoon, numerous garage closets across the Grand Valley will creak open and out will come the golf clubs and in will go the skis and snowboards. When the doors close, winter goes, too. Forget that the calendar says ...


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Hike Tabeguache Trail, but be mindful of muddy terrain

By Bill Haggerty

Tabeguache means “place where the snow melts first,” in the native tongue of inhabitants to the region now known as Western Colorado. They called themselves “Nunt’z.” We called them “Utes.” These ...


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Junction unemployment rockets to 9.7%

By Emily Shockley

Despite more job openings, local unemployment ballooned again, reaching a seasonally adjusted rate of 9.7 percent in February. Meanwhile, job orders at the Mesa County Workforce Center stayed above 100 every day in February, up from an ...


Government can’t force people to buy insurance they don’t want

By Guest Columnist

It is not part of my job as Colorado Attorney General to tell our Congressional delegation how best to reform the nation’s health care system. And I don’t see it as my role to opine whether the Patient Protection and Affordability ...


Printed letters, March 28, 2010

By Staff

My partner and I own and operate Grand Valley Hybrids and Grand Valley Farms in Grand Junction. Our families have farmed here since 1958. We sell hybrid seed corn, alfalfa seed and related products to farmers, feeders, and dairymen in 12 ...


Colorado already leading way on health reform

By Staff

The nation’s ailing health care system faces unsustainable cost increases and growing numbers of uninsured. These trends must be addressed with solutions based on solid policy, not partisan politics. This is even more challenging in a ...


Redlands Mesa Ladies’ League Results - March 27, 2010

By Daniel Osborn

Redlands Mesa Ladies' League, March 27, 2010 Ladies' Club Opener 4 Lady Scramble Overall 1st Anna Maria F., Frances B., Mae M., Beth M. 127 2nd Joan ...


Local Briefs, March 26, 2010

By Staff

Poetry in the Streets funded by grant The Western Colorado Writers’ Forum, a new nonprofit organization, recently received a grant from the Grand Junction Arts Commission and plans to use the funds for a poetry contest. The contest, ...


Homegrown: Onion suggestions

By Dennis Hill

I’m wondering what suggestions you have for the best onions to plant in Grand Junction. I’m looking for a medium to large onion that will keep for a while during the winter on an unheated covered patio. I’ve always favored a ...


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Doctor testifies Grabe ignored spiritual advice

By Paul Shockley

A doctor testified Friday that Allen Grabe insisted Jesus urged Grabe not to murder his son. The Pear Park father and professed Christian “had to overcome” that advice in pulling the trigger in September 2008, according to a ...


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