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Mesa State College hosts ‘Clarinet Day’

By Staff

Clarinet students from middle school to college level will participate in Clarinet Day on Saturday, Feb. 20, at Mesa State College. Students will be put into clarinet choirs to rehearse for a recital at 4 p.m. Saturday in the college’s ...


Spring thaw with music

By Staff

Just in case you are looking for some new music to kick start the spring thaw from this cold and dark winter, I have several suggestions for you. If you missed the memo from last month, there were four excellent new releases from December ...


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Wanted: One buyer committed to zero energy

By Penny Stine

Gary Poush has been building homes in the Grand Valley for 10 years, and has been an Energy Star builder since 2003. “You could see the way things were going, if you were paying attention at all,” says Poush, who has a passion for ...


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Inside out: Ways to make indoors and outdoors complement each other

By Staff

I was recently asked by a former client of ours to fly to Dallas to critique another interior designer’s work on a commercial project.  We had completed a similar building type in 2008 with resounding positive results; and the ...


No charges pursued in buttocks branding case

By The AP

BRECKENRIDGE — Breckenridge authorities say a Texas Christian University student who suffered burns when his peers branded his buttocks participated in the act willingly and no charges will be filed. Authorities said Thursday they made ...


Jurors deliberate case involving child’s death

By The AP

COLORADO SPRINGS — A Colorado Springs jury is deliberating the case involving a foster mother accused of killing a 2-year-old foster child by tossing her five feet across the living room. Both sides delivered closing arguments Thursday ...


Utah officials protest national monument list

By The AP

SALT LAKE CITY — A document prepared by the U.S. Department of the Interior names possible candidates for national monuments — including two sites in Utah: the San Rafael Swell and Cedar Mesa. Congressional Republicans and ...


FMHS students collect 500+ donations for food bank

By Emily Shockley

Fruita Monument High School’s Interact Club collected $500 and more than 500 canned food items in a recent drive. The community service-oriented club will donate the cans and money to the Food Bank of the Rockies at 4 p.m. today. The ...


New law allows loaded guns in national parks

By The AP

WASHINGTON — Loaded guns will be allowed in Yellowstone, the Grand Canyon and other national parks under a new law that takes effect Monday. The law lets licensed gun owners bring firearms into national parks and wildlife refuges as ...


Ritter unveils new cuts for yet another lean budget

By Charles Ashby

Gov. Bill Ritter presented his budget-balancing plan Thursday that addresses yet another $1 billion to cover an expected revenue shortfall. The governor said balancing next year’s budget was particularly hard because it comes on top of ...


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