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Email letters, Sept. 23, 2011

By Staff

Always ask how funds will be spent In November, voters here in Grand Junction will again have an opportunity to approve or disapprove two ballot questions to provide more funds for education. As a retired full career educator in this state, ...


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EnCana Directional drilling

By Dean Humphrey

View scenes of EnCana’s multiple-well pad sites in the Piceance Basin  ...


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Sara Oakley puts final glaze on painting for Community Hospital Foundation 2011 Gala

By Melinda Mawdsley

Artist Sara Alyn Oakley rarely adores her work. On occasion, however, she falls in love. This is an occasion. After two months and nearly 50 hours, Oakley has turned a blank canvas into a 30-by-40-inch work of art both vivid and texturally ...


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‘Smoke on the Mountain’ opens CMU theater season

By Melinda Mawdsley

The musical “Smoke on the Mountain” with more than 24 traditional gospel and bluegrass gospel songs will open Colorado Mesa University’s 2011–12 main stage theater season. The musical, rated G, is set in 1938 at the ...


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Q&A with composer Eric Ewazen

By Melinda Mawdsley

The Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra’s 34th season opens with a unique twist. Composer and The Juilliard School professor Eric Ewazen was commissioned to write “Monument to Color and Light,” a special, never-before-heard ...


Car tour Sept. 23; car show Sept. 24

By Tammy Gemaehlich

If you’re driven by a passion for cars, here are two car events just a short drive away. The Monumental Classic Car Tour will be from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 23, through Colorado National Monument. Tour the 23-mile Rim Rock ...


Entertainment briefs: Sept. 23-29

By Staff

Arts council appointments Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed five new members to the Colorado Council on Creative Industries, formerly the Colorado Council on the Arts. The new members are: David Boger, Denver, co-founder and general manager ...


Lines West: Almost Alive

By Staff

ALMOST ALIVE The less rain the more tumbleweeds break loose from the fields during December wind, roll the road like a mass migration of animals, pile up against the fences, sacrificing themselves so those who follow can bounce on ...


Quick picks: Faculty Piano Trio, Parade of Homes, Terra Nova

By Staff

Friday, Sept. 23 So not Bach Go for the talent, go for the Hispanic music. Go to this Colorado Mesa University Faculty Piano Trio concert featuring the Elias Duo and guest cellist Katherine Jetter. The music begins at 7:30 p.m. in the ...


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Greek food to be showcased at annual festival

By Tess Furey

Members of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, many of them descendants of Greek immigrants who settled here more than 100 years ago, keep their heritage alive with dancing, food and worship. Once a year, parishioners share their rich ...


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