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‘X Factor’ auditions set

By Melinda Mawdsley

Auditions for Simon Cowell’s new singing competition “X Factor” will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 14, at Allen Unique Autos, 2282 River Road. Registration begins at 8 a.m. The competition is open to groups or solo ...


81 artists have variety of works in valleywide studio tour

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Ride a bike or drive a car — no matter how you choose to take in the spring Open Studio Tour, the welcome mats have been set out for you. The fifth annual tour features 81 notable artists from Fruita to Palisade, who will open their ...


OutFit: Eco fashion

By Ivy Parnasius

It’s cool to be green and the fashion industry is becoming greener every day. Designers are donating a portion of their sales and using more environmentally friendly materials. And if you want to become an eco fashionista, here are ...

Pollo Azado all about the bird (and beans and rice, too)

By Tess Furey

The options are chicken, rice and beans. Or, rice, beans and chicken. Not a lot of choices await you at the newly opened Pollo Azado. Except, whether you want a quarter, half or whole bird, and what kind of pop you want to drink. The simple ...

Troubadour Club in West L.A. played huge part of music history

By Rock Cesario

I just finished watching a DVD titled “Troubadours: The Rise of the Singer Songwriter.” It was narrated mostly by James Taylor and Carole King but also featured Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Cheech and Chong, Steve Martin, David ...


Jack+Jill to celebrate 2nd CD with party at Tenacious Brothers

By Ann Wright

Local band Jack+Jill is ready to party over the release of its new CD, “Brightest Star in the Nightmare.” With King and his Naughty Bunnies to open the show, the CD release party will get started at 10 p.m. Friday, May 13, at ...

More rockfall work planned on I-70 next week

By The AP

GEORGETOWN — Traffic on Interstate 70 in Georgetown will be slowed down because of additional rockfall work next week. On Tuesday crews will install fencing above the highway to prevent rocks from falling onto the road. Traffic in both ...

E-mail letters, May 13, 2011

By Staff

New era at CMU will build on Mesa State legacy Over the last eight years, Mesa State College has grown from a student population of 5,000 to nearing 10,000, with annual enrolment percentages in the double digits! Mesa State has gone from ...

GJEP interim head appointed

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The Grand Junction Economic Partnership appointed its rookie of the year to head the organization on an interim basis. Kelly Marlin, who was recognized as the 2011 Rookie of the Year by the Economic Development Council of Colorado, will take ...

Dollar store backs out of Palisade

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National discount retailer Dollar General has reversed course and will not build a store in Palisade, The Daily Sentinel has learned. Town officials said in a news release to be issued later today they believe Dollar General reassessed their ...

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