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4-day Palisade Peach Festival boasts long list of activities

By Staff

Celebrate the sweet, juicy Palisade peach for four delicious days at the upcoming Palisade Peach Festival. The festivities will start Thursday, Aug. 19, with an ice cream social and street dance from 6–9 p.m. in downtown Palisade and ...


Jimmy LaFave’s show at Roper Ballroom not to be missed

By Rock Cesario

There is a terrific singer/songwriter coming to the Roper Ballroom on Sept. 4 who you should see. Jimmy LaFave is the artist in question here, and this is what I know. When LaFave released his first recording, “Austin Skyline,” in ...


Family creates a stir-fry of tastes of the Far East

By Tess Furey

Bamboo City has its roots firmly planted in Chinese cuisine. When owner Lonh Luong opened his restaurant three years ago in Grand Junction, he had 30-plus years of experience under his belt. His specialty was, and is, creating ...


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Murderer blames victim, gets 48 years in prison

By Paul Shockley

In a rambling 10-minute speech, a Rifle man who pleaded guilty in the beating death of a De Beque rancher told a judge he was sorry before repeatedly blaming the victim. “This man couldn’t keep his mouth shut,” 44-year-old ...


Realtor news for Aug. 15, 2010

By Staff

Keller Williams Grand Junction Realty Keller Williams Grand Junction Realty is proud to announce the addition of Carol Morrow to their local office. Carol recently joined the ranks of four percent of the Realtors nationwide in completing ...


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Thrift store in need of furniture donations

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Theresea’s Treasures Community Thrift Store just put up a new sign, making many think they are a new business on North Avenue. In fact, the store is well-known among clients of Homeward Bound and the Rescue Mission as a place to buy ...


Plan with Vermillion drilling closure released

By Dennis Webb

The U.S. Bureau of Land Management this morning released a planning document that includes a controversial proposal to close the 77,000-acre Vermillion Basin northwest of Craig to oil and gas development. The BLM’s final environmental ...


Colo. agency OKs new rules for uranium mining

By The AP

DENVER — State officials have approved new rules intended to protect Colorado’s groundwater during a type of uranium mining that extracts the mineral by injecting a solution underground. The requirements approved Thursday by the ...


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Weather woes have hampered gardening

By Staff

Fruits and vegetables have taken a hit this year with a very cold winter and cool spring, followed by a relatively short hot period. Gardeners have brought in pears they thought were small compared to other years and they are correct. Other ...


Who needs monkeys when you’ve got pie and coffee?

By Penny Stine

We took our kids on a vacation to Costa Rica about nine years ago, where we experienced extreme togetherness as we crammed five Stines into a car the size of a bathtub and set off to explore the country. We also learned that a single hotel ...


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