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Harmonious home: Annie practices a little feng shui

By Annie Payne

I’ve been interested in feng shui for years, so when a friend told me about Tammy Long, a local feng shui practitioner, I welcomed the chance to have her come to my home for a professional consultation. Feng shui (pronounced “fung ...


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Student of the Week: Brianna Castellini, FMHS

By Staff

Name: Brianna Castellini School: Fruita Monument High School GPA: 3.95 After-school activities: Speech and debate, newspaper, literary magazine. Favorite book: “The Last Days of Summer” by Steve Kluger. Favorite show: ...


ConocoPhillips to pay $175,000 in EPA settlement

By The AP

DURANGO — ConocoPhillips Co. has agreed to pay $175,000 in fines and install pollution-control equipment to settle alleged Clean Air Act violations on the Southern Ute Indian Reservation. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency alleged ...


A recovery with jobs?

By The Daily Sentinel

Don’t break out the champagne and confetti just yet, but the employment picture for the nation appears to be improving. January’s unemployment rate was listed as 9.7 percent, down from 10 percent the previous month, after having ...


Fruita police building’s needs taking a back seat — for now

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Fruita Police Chief Mark Angelo is a patient man, both by choice and circumstance. He and his staff of 16 sworn officers are facing space, operational and security limitations in the Fruita police station at 101 W. McCune Ave., which was ...


County faults state in release of felon who killed mother

By Paul Shockley

A parole system that failed to respond when told about a man’s arrest in 2008 was partially to blame for the man being released from jail and free to gun down a pregnant woman, Mesa County authorities allege in recent court filings. In ...


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Canyon View Vineyard Church puts on weekly meal in Clifton

By Amy Hamilton

In the cold, drizzly rain just a couple hours before the Super Bowl kickoff, about 100 people gathered inside large tents at Kimwood Park in Clifton. Inside, warm steam rose from a chicken, cheese and noodle dish, and bowls of hot, hearty ...


Rifle gas wholesaler sees expanded business in compressed natural gas

By Dennis Webb

A Rifle gasoline wholesaler and retailer hopes to open a compressed-natural-gas fueling station this year in Parachute along western Colorado’s Interstate 70 corridor, where no such stations currently are open to the public. Kirk ...


Clifton lane turning to thoroughfare

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Five years ago, 33 Road in Clifton was a narrow, two-lane, country road lined mostly by farms and plagued by a history of car accidents. By the end of next year, a 1 1/2-mile stretch of the road will be a wider, safer, urban street, capable ...


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Cops: Man ran down alley to lose intruder

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Junction man was behind bars Sunday on allegations that he pushed in the door to an acquaintance’s home, attempted to force the man into his vehicle, threatened to assault him and chased the man down an alley when he attempted to ...


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