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On Stage Live variety show aids fight against multiple sclerosis

By Rachel Sauer

First, his sister-in-law was diagnosed. Then his brother. And then his wife, Cindy, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. By that point, Teddy Davis and his family had a choice: They could plunge their heads deeply into the sand, or they ...


Music of Hendrix, Springsteen make gifts you can’t go wrong with

By Rock Cesario

When it comes to gift-giving, I prefer to give someone something that they can’t or won’t buy for themselves. Everyone in our family usually gets a jar of homemade salsa, a bottle of homemade barbecue sauce and a CD or LP from an ...


Las Palmas has fare from ocean-bordering states in Mexico

By Tess Furey

There’s something you’ve got to like about a place that reminds you of the Baja or the Bay of Campeche. Sipping a margarita and eating seafood is especially sweet when the year’s first snowstorm is rolling into western ...


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Music Scene: Saxophonist Anna Marie Wytko

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Saxophonist Anna Marie Wytko’s accomplishments include winning the 2004 Yamaha Young Performing Artist Competition and taking the first place at the Symphony of the West Valley 25th annual Jennings Butterfield Young Artist Competition, ...


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GOT TOYS? Yes we do

By Penny Stine

Toys for Tots won’t be operating in the Grand Valley this Christmas, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be a toy drive to help those who are feeling the bite of the poor economy. “Our goal is to make sure every child in ...


Wife: Wounded Utah park ranger living ‘dream job’

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — The wife of a Utah park ranger wounded in a shootout near Moab says there’s nothing about his job he doesn’t love. Wendy Young spoke to The Salt Lake Tribune on Wednesday from the Grand Junction hospital ...


The 15 Days of Christmas

By Penny Stine

What’s on your list of fun things to do this holiday season? Want to try ice-skating or snowshoeing? Take the kids to have breakfast with Santa? Snuggle under a blanket and cheer on a Parade of Lights? How about a tour of holiday lights ...


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Locally made

By Penny Stine

If the person on your Christmas list has enough electronic gadgets, jewelry or clothing, consider giving a western Colorado gift that shares a bit of local color with the sounds, smells, tastes and feel of the Grand Valley. There are a number ...


Colo. parks mull opening up for oil, gas drilling

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado’s state parks may be tapped for oil and gas extraction if other strategies to replace dwindling state funding don’t work. That’s one of the suggestions in a five-year proposal to cut costs and keep ...


Getting back to my roots in custom made boots

By Penny Stine

I am an admitted cheapskate. I buy store brands, off-brands and no brands, which are the clothes you find in second-hand stores with the labels cut off. Although I often wonder why the previous owner cut off the label, it doesn’t deter ...


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