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Nearly 350 pieces of original art go into St. Mary’s addition

By Melinda Mawdsley

One of Mesa County’s largest permanent collections of art, if not the largest, resides in an unexpected place. Nearly 350 pieces of art were purchased in the past year to display in patient rooms and on hall walls in St. Mary’s ...

A great leap: Cuban defector and gymnast hopes to make 2012 games

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Charlie Tamayo can do handsprings, handstands, full twisting double-back twists, giant swings, pike somersaults, flyaways and the Iron Cross. Anything a gymnast can do on a mat, uneven bar or from hanging rings, Tamayo can do and well enough ...

Religion Brief, Dec. 26, 2009

By Staff

Global meditation event to be Thursday The Global Heart Spiritual Center will host The World Healing Meditation event beginning at 5 a.m. Thursday at 1622 Glenwood Ave. The event takes place worldwide beginning at noon Greenwich Mean Time, ...

SustainAbility: Oil changes

By Adele Israel

Next time you need an oil change for your vehicle, try out the latest sustainable opportunity in the Grand Valley. SKY Motor Oil — previously used motor oil re-refined to create a new, high quality product — is now available. SKY ...

Homegrown: Indoor palm

By Dennis Hill

I have an indoor palm plant that did well when I first got it, but now the leaves are turning yellow. What did I do wrong? Thank you. Well, there are three possibilities I can think of. Far and away the most common problems are watering ...

10 tips for de-decorating (and de-stressing) after Christmas

By Staff

The bad news is Christmas is over. The good news is that the decorations will come down faster than they went up. Here are some tips on how to pull it down, pack it up, and put it away. Tip No. 1: The day after Christmas is not too soon ...

Court to weigh whether CDOT gains mineral rights during condemnations

By Staff

Colorado’s Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether the Colorado Department of Transportation is authorized to acquire mineral rights beneath condemned lands. The case involves oil and gas beneath about 70 acres the state acquired ...

Man accused of stealing unemployment benefits

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A Grand Junction man is accused of filing for thousands of dollars in unemployment benefits, even though he was working one or two jobs while he was receiving checks from the government. Lance Alan Ertz, 28, 641 Longs Peak Court, was arrested ...

Actor Sheen posts bond after assault complaint in Aspen

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Actor Charlie Sheen posted bond and was released from jail Friday night, hours after he was arrested in Aspen on felony domestic violence charges, authorities said. Aspen police responded to a home at 320 W. Hallam St. after receiving a 911 ...

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Squash gaining a following in GJ

By Allen Gemaehlich

Almost 500 years after the game of squash was developed, it has arrived in Grand Junction The roots of the game started in the early 1500s in France and further developed in England. The game grew in popularity and eventually spread across ...

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