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Fabric-on-demand firm flowers online

By Sherida Warner

Kim Fraser likes to bake and sew. When she wanted new curtains for her home, the young wife and mother wished she could make them from fabric printed with her own design. Fraser voiced her wish in a conversation with her husband, Stephen, a ...


Biz Buzz, March 6, 2011

By Staff

The Donut Shop Plus, 2956 North Ave., Suite 4, got a new owner this year, but it remained in the family. Robert and Connie Steele bought the bakery and breakfast/lunch restaurant in Harmony Square from Robert’s brother, Willie Steele, ...


Traffic Alert, March 6, 2011

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: Interstate 70 Business Project: CDOT is working to complete the I-70B reconstruction. Crews will pour concrete along the median this week. Each intersection along the ...


Death Notices, March 6, 2011

By Staff

Lois Claire Berkoff, 85, Grand Junction, died March 3, 2011, at Mesa Manor Care Center. Services will be at a later date. Mrs. Berkoff was a medical receptionist at a doctor’s office. Survivors include her husband, Eugene W.; three ...


Plateau Valley boys knocked out of Class 1A tourney by Shining Mountain

By Staff

The Plateau Valley High School boys basketball team fought to the end. Saturday at the Class 1A Region 1 tournament in Eagle Valley, the Cowboys lost 43-41 to Shining Mountain, costing them a chance to advance to the state ...


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Staying confident: Mavs erase early deficit in sweep of Metro State

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Mesa State committed a rare mistake early in the second game of an RMAC baseball doubleheader against the team predicted to challenge the Mavs for the conference title. The Mavericks made their second error of the season, leading to three ...


Cordova lifts undefeated Rifle Bears into Class 3A Great 8

By Jon Mitchell

RIFLE — Putting a shaky first quarter behind it quickly Saturday afternoon resulted in the Rifle High School girls basketball team reaching the Class 3A state tournament in its first year in the classification. Behind a game-high 23 ...


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Ship sails short: Pirates fall to Buffaloes in Class 3A regional title game

By William Woody

OLATHE — Bishop Machebeuf outlasted Olathe 44-38 on Saturday to win the Class 3A girls regional tournament. The Buffaloes advance to the Great 8 of the state tournament this week in Fort Collins. The Pirates (19-5) started out fine, ...


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Before heading to your favorite water, be sure to check new fishing regulations

By Dave Buchanan

Anglers eager for the spring thaw can spend the next month reading the newest fishing regulations on their favorite waters. Most of the new regulations were adopted last November by the Colorado Wildlife Commission and went into effect Jan. ...


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Griffith’s Lake area on Grand Mesa a great place to try snowshoeing

By Bill Haggerty

This weather is too nice — way too nice to hike in the mud in the lower country. Yet, conditions remain perfect on the mountain. Grand Mesa is a phenomenal winter recreational area, with Nordic and downhill skiing, snowmobiling, ice ...


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