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Colorado wildfires force evacuations of 100 homes

By The AP

DENVER — Evacuation orders have been issued for about 100 homes in the mountains west of Denver, as two separate wildfires have burned more than 700 acres on steep, rugged terrain. Strong winds and warm, dry weather today were hindering ...


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Lavender lovers seek recipes

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Used as a spice, lavender can add a minty hint to sweet and savory foods such as coffee cake, cookies, and even a grilled cheese sandwich. It’s quickly becoming the new spice of choice among gourmet chefs according to many cooking ...


City trash pickup delayed; high winds close landfill

By Staff

Officials with the city of Grand Junction say some residents’ trash service will be delayed until tomorrow, as high highs winds have forced the closure of the landfill. If trash trucks missed your home today, they’ll make it there ...


Acupuncture insurance bill nears approval in Colo.

By The AP

DENVER — Acupuncturists who are getting snubbed by insurance companies are watching carefully as the Colorado Legislature nears approval of a bill requiring insurers to include them in covered treatments. A bill given preliminary ...


Pregnancy on death certificates debated in Denver

By The AP

DENVER — A dispute over whether pregnancy should be listed on death certificates has raised a privacy debate in the Colorado Legislature, where the Republican House and the Democratic Senate disagree over the need to list recent ...


Email letters, March 21, 2011

By Staff

Don’t spoil Monument with bike race I read with great interest Bill Mitchell’s letter regarding Denny Herzog’s column in which Herzog seems to be on a “quest to vilify Colorado National Monument Superintendent Joan ...


Brady Chiropractic Group PC

By Staff

Timothy K. Brady DC founded the Brady Chiropractic Group PC in 1979. The Brady Chiropractic Group features full service chiropractic care, custom molded orthotics, massage therapy, an x-ray facility, and physical therapy modalities such as ...


Benges

By Staff

This year Benge’s Shoes, the oldest shoe store in Colorado, celebrates 100 years on Main Street. A mainstay in downtown Grand Junction is not stuffy or conservative establishment despite its venerated history. It’s stylish, ...


Utah becomes first in US to have state gun

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah has become the first state in the country to designate an official state firearm, despite protests from people who believe it’s inappropriate because of recent mass shootings. Utah Gov. Gary Herbert recently ...


Colo. moving ahead with state health exchange

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado appears poised to join other states planning expanded marketplaces for health insurance under a compromise deal announced today by Democrats, Republicans and Gov. John Hickenlooper. A bill to be introduced in the ...


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