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Free Olathe Christian concert this weekend

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Night Vision returns to Olathe with a two-day event from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday, July 8–9, at Olathe Community Park. What is Night Vision? Lucretia Church, the festival’s events director, writes at the Night ...

Beyond Boundaries’ concert features 25 dancers

By Staff

Contemporary dances ranging from jazz to modern to lyrical will be performed at Beyond Boundaries Dance Collective’s summer dance concert 7:30 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, July 14–16, in the Moss Performing Arts Center ...

Thirsty? Try a specialty mixed drink from Bin 707

By Tess Furey

I did a stint as a bartender. The fluidity of motions and the mental dexterity used to remember dozens of orders and ingredients made the job quite interesting. I was just out of college, in a bad economy and couldn’t get a newspaper ...

Studio musicians played major roles in history of great rock

By Rock Cesario

You may have heard a lot about the Funk Brothers, the legendary group of Motown studio musicians who played on classic songs “My Girl,” “I Heard it through the Grapevine,” “Papa Was a Rolling Stone,” ...

E-mail letters, July 8, 2011

By Staff

Conservatives talking points don’t add up Current conservative dogma insists all our current problems are due to taxes being too high, and government being too big. However, if that’s true, then: Why is the United States in so ...

Colo. teachers union challenging arrest disclosures

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — Colorado’s largest teachers union is challenging new rules requiring schools to notify parents about teacher arrests. The Colorado Education Association has filed a lawsuit, claiming that they are ...

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College hosts Friday Farmers’ Market

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Health is not just about eating right and exercising, it encompasses everything that makes a human being happy. That’s the message the Wellness Team at Mesa State College hopes to convey to the campus and the community through its ...

Whiz, bang and whodunit! Four-day trip is explosive

By Penny Stine

We went to Nebraska over the Fourth of July on a four-day trip last weekend. For those who have never visited a small town in Nebraska for Independence Day, let me tell you, you are missing an event. It took us eight hours to drive to Gering ...

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Rifle air show preview

By Gretel Daugherty

Preparations for a weekend air show in Rifle.  ...


1930s-era Grand Junction boasted four movie theaters

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When I think of old theaters, I remember the story of Anna Sage, who agreed to wear a red dress to the theater to tip federal agents to the identity of notorious 1930s gangster and bank robber John Dillinger, who was at the movie. G-men ...

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