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New Vietnamese additions a hit at Thai Chili

By Tess Furey

The moment I saw “Pho” go up on the sign at Thai Chili, I knew I wouldn’t be able to last very long before going to sample some. The soup, often called the national dish of Vietnam, and several other specialties of the ...


Entertainment briefs: Chamber video, grandstand artwork

By Staff

Chamber video contest accepting submissions If you enjoy making short films and love Grand Junction then enter the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce’s amateur video contest. The contest supports the Buy Local/Blue Band Campaign ...


Bilingual play to be performed at college

By Ann Wright

Laugh and listen in English and Spanish during a performance of “La Carpa de Los Rasquachis” by Luis Valdez. The bilingual play will be performed by the Denver Chicano theater company Su Teatro at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 17, in the ...


Record Store Day a big celebration for independent shops

By Rock Cesario

Saturday, April 16, is Record Store Day, the biggest celebration of the year for independent record stores and, more importantly, their customers. One of the highlights of Record Store Day (recordstoreday.com) is the exclusive music releases ...


Ridgway hydropower proposal to be discussed April 26

By Staff

A public meeting to discuss a proposed hydropower plant on Ridgway Dam will be held at 5:30 p.m. April 26 at the 4H Event Center in Ridgway. The Tri-County Water Conservancy District has applied for a “Lease of Power Privilege” ...


New marijuana rules clear Colo. House

By The AP

DENVER — New marijuana rules for dispensaries, caregivers and patients in Colorado have been given final approval in the Colorado House. The House voted 52-12 for the measure with no debate today. The bill includes new rules for ...


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Handy Chapel to get a hand from HistoriCorps volunteers

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Some really great preservation work is going to happen right here in River City on May 3–6 at Handy Chapel, 202 White Ave., and this is a shout-out for volunteers to help with the project. For several years the chapel house, a residence ...


Denver to host new state winefest in June

By Dave Buchanan

Colorado Mountain Winefest is spreading its vines. The 20-year-old event held each fall in Palisade will have a new sister event in Denver this spring when the Colorado Winefest is held June 10-11 at The Shops at Northfield Stapleton. The ...


Year-round daylight saving time rejected in Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado will keep springing forward and falling back, after all. A proposal to put Colorado on year-round daylight saving time was rejected today by a Senate panel. Republican Sen. Greg Brophy said his idea would give people ...


GOP, Dems to lay out Colo. redistricting plans

By The AP

DENVER — Republicans and Democrats promised to work together to put together a congressional redistricting plan. But if the first round is any indication, it could be a long process. Both sides have drawn up “multiple” maps ...


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