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Numerous groups schedule auditions for variety of shows

By Tammy Gemaehlich

If the theater stage has been calling you, now is the time to answer. A number of performance organizations have put out a call for auditions for youth theater/dance, choir and orchestra, as well as opera and advanced dancers. Here is a ...


Stage performance ‘Tangents’ to benefit college program

By Melinda Mawdsley

Jeremy R. Franklin has taken it upon himself to help Mesa State College. Proceeds from his upcoming cabaret show will bring guest artists to campus to work with music theater students. Franklin has been a lecturer and performer in the music ...


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OutFit: Bomber jackets

By Ivy Parnasius

When bomber jackets first arrived, they were strictly utilitarian military wear. Their popularity among civilians grew quickly, however, and they became a wardrobe staple for both men and women. Today, bomber jackets have morphed into many ...


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Vets hospital cause for celebration after World War II

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It must have been a proud day for a small group of Grand Junction businessmen on Jan. 24, 1945, when the announcement was made that a veterans hospital would be built in Grand Junction. The Daily Sentinel reported that the group, which formed ...


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Man gets probation in vandalism at gardens

By Paul Shockley

One of two men suspected of causing several thousand dollars of damage at Western Colorado Botanical Gardens will spend the next four years on probation. Benjamin Levanduski, 20, of New Jersey, also was sentenced Thursday by District Judge ...


Waste disposal to be reopened near De Beque

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The Black Mountain solid-waste disposal facility, maligned for an environmental spill that went unreported and unchecked for years under owners who repeatedly failed to comply with government mandates, has been granted new life under new ...


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Key to ending our recession is energy independence, Rep. Salazar says

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U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., described himself as a centrist Thursday and pitched a yearlong extension, “at least,” of the Bush tax cuts as a way to help stabilize the national economy. Salazar, the Manassa potato farmer who ...


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Lochmillers in court hearing

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Valley Investments employees, already aware that state regulators were asking questions about the business, were seen trashing records May 19, 2009, 10 days before the business officially collapsed, an investigator testified Thursday. Valley ...


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Mesa man found guilty of sex assaults on teen

By Paul Shockley

A Mesa County jury did Thursday what a body of peers refused to do six months ago: convict Rodney Eddy. Eddy, 69, a Mesa resident, was convicted on eight felony counts of sexual assault on a teenage girl. He was found guilty on four counts ...


Ragged Mountain land exchange to be reintroduced in next session

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U.S. Rep. John Salazar, D-Colo., won’t pursue until next session a land exchange in the Ragged Mountains that is being sought by one of his most reliable campaign contributors. There are not enough days remaining in the legislative year ...


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