Page 6777 of 8491

060910 Toffee Mojo

Enstrom’s launches national recipe contest

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Grand Junction bakers have been adding Enstrom’s Almond Toffee to all sorts of sweet treats since the candy store opened 50 years ago. They sprinkle crumbled bits of toffee into cakes, ice cream and pies. Many of the recipes have ...

060910 JUCO

JUCO World Series

By Christopher Tomlinson

Game action from the 2010 JUCO World Series.  ...

052610 wild flowers 4

Wild flowers in spring

By Christopher Tomlinson

Cool spring make for great wild flower viewing.  ...


Anglers eagerly watching stoneflies and rivers

By Dave Buchanan

It’s starting to start to happen. The much-awaited and oft-frustrating stonefly/salmonfly/willowfly (take your pick) hatch is taking off. Sort of. “Well, they’re starting to fly down around the Pleasure Park, but it should ...

DOW honors ‘champion of sportsmen’

By Dave Buchanan

The Colorado Division of Wildlife this week is honoring the legacy of former longtime Denver Post outdoors writer Charlie Meyers by dedicating on Saturday a section of Spinney Mountain State Wildlife Area in Park County in his name. A section ...

Delta adopts Outdoor Heritage Day

By Dave Buchanan

A good idea has begun to spread. Outdoor Heritage Day, the brainchild of Division of Wildlife District Manager Frank McGee of Palisade, has become so popular it’s been adopted by Delta. Delta will host its own free Outdoor Heritage Day ...

Research: Wineries have enough stock for 1.6 years

By Dave Buchanan

On the local wine-business scene, the Colorado Wine Industry Development Board will have two openings starting July 1 next year. Executive director Doug Caskey said the open positions include a retailer’s spot and one of the two ...

Landowner big-game vouchers to be discussed at Monday meeting

By Staff

A meeting to discuss the allocation of big-game hunting licenses through the state’s Landowner Voucher Program is set for 4–7 p.m. June 21 at the Clarion Inn, 755 Horizon Drive. Hosted by the Colorado Big Game Landowner Voucher ...

Threat of flooding eases in parts of state

By The AP

DENVER — The threat of flooding has eased a bit in parts of Colorado. Authorities in Vail said today that water levels dropped overnight following two straight nights of high flows. Fifteen homes there already have flood damage but no ...

Man pleads guilty in De Beque sledgehammer killing

By Paul Shockley

A Rifle man who faced trial next week in the bludgeoning death of a De Beque rancher pleaded guilty this morning to second-degree murder. Kenneth Earl Wright, 44, could be sentenced to prison between 16 and 48 years under the terms of a plea ...

Page 6777 of 8491


734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Subscribe to print edition
Advertiser Tearsheet

© 2015 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy