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Road Trip: Week of June 17, 2011

By Melinda Mawdsley

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado in the near future. Telluride Plein-Air — Throughout Telluride, June 28–July 4. Who’s Bad — Belly Up, Aspen, June 30–July 1. Tech N9ne — The Fillmore ...


Blue Stars Mothers to host Hoedown Saturday

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Grand Valley Blue Star Mothers invites the public to attend a Hoedown, happening Saturday, June 18, at the Sheriffs Posse arena, 25 and F 1/2 roads. The day starts at 8 a.m. with gymkhana registration and a coffee-and-bagel breakfast. Hold ...


‘Seven Brides’ play at college to benefit Youth Theater Project

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Here comes the bride ... no, make that seven brides. Adult community theater company The Theater Project will present a stage version of the MGM movie “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,” with proceeds from the performances going to ...


Seafood eatery takes special care to be eco-friendly

By Tess Furey

Here’s a real fish story for you. It’s not about the ones that got away, but about the millions and millions of fish that have been caught, threatening to decimate their fragile populations. When a seafood becomes trendy, it is ...


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Art on the Corner: ‘Charm’

By Tammy Gemaehlich

SCULPTURE: “Charm” is in the 300 block of Main Street, in a flower bed on the south side, in front of the Wells Fargo Building Annex. ARTIST:  Deedee Morrison, Birmingham, Ala., deedeemorrisonsculpture.com. DESCRIPTION: The ...


E-mail letters, June 17 2011

By Staff

Traffic signals work well, but drivers don’t. I am responding to Jeremiah Habecker’s comments in his letter to the editor published June 14 because aity staff cannot. I gotta admit that the letters and “You said it” ...


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Telluride Bluegrass Festival 2011

By Christopher Tomlinson

The annual mountain town event again draws some of the best music around.  ...


County health officials to stop offering throat cultures

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The Mesa County Health Department will stop offering throat cultures and treatment services on July 1 after several local physicians’ offices indicated they prefer to test and manage their patients. “Mesa County Health Department ...


Unemployment rate increase in GJ, state

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Non-seasonally-adjusted unemployment increased one-tenth of a percent in the Grand Junction metropolitan area in May compared to April. May’s unemployment rate locally was 9.9 percent. Colorado’s unemployment rate also increased, ...


Heat, winds still threaten West wildfire lines

By The AP

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Gusty winds and high temperatures are hampering firefighters trying to protect homes, a popular national park and tinder dry patches of forest from several wildfires burning throughout the Southwest. Along the New ...


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