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In brief: March 9-16

By Staff

Group gives biz seminars for artists Artspace and Open Studios will offer free business-related seminars for artists to boost performance and productivity. “Leveraging Social Media” will be presented from 9:45–11:15 a.m. ...


Ironwood Clarinet Trio performs at CMU

By Tammy Gemaehlich

A program of mostly contemporary music performed on three different clarinets, will be presented by the Ironwood Clarinet Trio at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 9, in the Recital Hall of Colorado Mesa University’s Moss Performing Arts Center, ...


Music scene: March 9-16

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The Growlers have some pretty impressive shows on its upcoming schedule. The band will play at South By Southwest (SXSW) later this month in Austin, Texas, then at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April in Indio, Calif., and at ...


Quick picks: March 9-16

By Melinda Mawdsley

Monday, March 12 Drama proposed One of the craziest seasons in “The Bachelor” memory comes to a close with the a two-hour special on ABC. Bachelor Ben Flajnik is down to Lindzi Cox and Courtney Robertson, arguably the most ...


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Art Students League taking new members

By Melinda Mawdsley

The notion that artists flourish in the company of like-minded individuals has enabled the Grand Valley Art Students League to succeed. In just two years, the league has grown to 100 members of all artistic abilities. They meet from 10 a.m. ...


Lines west: March 9

By Staff

Uncle Fritz Among the tufts of fresh-cut grass, an untamed blade entwines the cross that marks his grave. Earth’s hardened truth holds secrets beneath:       squalor of war        ...


Paige Birgfeld’s ‘cheffer’ friends share pain of loss

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Back on July 2, 2007, J.R. Manning typed the words “One of our own is missing” as he notified friends and colleagues that Paige Birgfeld was missing and that circumstances of her disappearance were violent. Manning, who never met ...


Oil, gas panel revokes blacklisting of executive

By Dennis Webb

When the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission last year imposed a record fine of nearly $1 million on an energy company that abandoned eight wells northwest of De Beque, it didn’t stop there. It got personal. The commission ...


Monument bike race rejected once again

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A bicycle race across Colorado National Monument can’t be allowed because of the speed of the racers and the for-profit nature of the 2013 USA Pro Cycling Challenge, the U.S. Department of Interior said. “In a bicycle race, ...


Scenic may be safe if boundaries change

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Scenic Elementary will remain open next school year if District 51 School Board members adopt a proposed resolution that would save the school at the board’s next meeting March 27. At a meeting Thursday night, board members discussed ...


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