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Gregg Allman, Decemberists get new year started in fine form

By Rock Cesario

So far this year — I know I am going out on a limb — I really like the newest releases from Gregg Allman and the Decemberists. The “Low Country Blues” and “The King Is Dead” are completely different and ...


Final Battle of the Bands concert at KAFM

By Ann Wright

Get in on a live concert recording featuring two local bands. Haven Effect and Intertwined will perform from 7–10 p.m. Friday, Jan. 28, at the KAFM Radio Room, 1310 Ute Ave. The show, which is being put on by the Tree House Center for ...


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Accessorizing: Ken longs to stand on his own ... at Barbie’s side

By Rachel Sauer

Oh, Ken. Ken, Ken, Ken. Did you think this through? Before you forked over the cash for full-color, two-page ads in glossy national magazines, did you consider that the “I want you back” gambit of 2006 didn’t work? And that ...


Howard (Texas) College tops JUCO poll

By Patrick Bahr

The NJCAA/Perfect Game USA D1 Preseason Poll was released on Friday with Howard (Texas) College topping the poll. The Hawks won the 2009 Alpine Bank Junior College World Series by winning 57 straight games en route to a 64-1 record. In 2010, ...


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GJ Hookah Lounge under renovation

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

The Grand Junction Hookah Lounge, 2830 North Ave, Unite C5A, is currently being remodeled to better serve its smoking clientele. The new business was just starting to a show a profit when owners, Jared Kassaw and Matthew Blum, had to close ...


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Unearthed headstone leads columnist on trail of history mystery

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The headstone read: “Peter Buck, 11th Michigan Militia, Black Hawk War.” Neither date of birth nor date of burial was etched into the stone. There were 60-foot markers, perhaps left accidentally by the town undertaker, along with ...


Study: Colorado water demands may dry up ag land

By The AP

DENVER — Increasing water demands could dry up more than a half million acres of agricultural land in Colorado over the next several years. That’s one of the findings of a new state report on the outlook for Colorado’s water ...


Work continues at Climax mine; opening unclear

By The AP

LEADVILLE — Construction continues at the Climax mine in Leadville, but it’s unclear when prices for molybdenum will make it feasible to reopen the mine. Mine owner Freeport-McMoRan says it has completed construction of concrete ...


1.30.11 HBA under construct

Back to basics: HBA president eyes simplicity

By Penny Stine

John Moir, the new president of the Housing and Building Association of Northwestern Colorado, anticipates that 2011 could look a lot like 2010 for homebuilders. As foreclosures continue to rise and the inventory of available homes remains ...


Hospital board seeks new members despite litigation

By William Woody

MONTROSE — Montrose Memorial Hospital’s board of directors caught county commissioners by surprise Thursday when it announced it will advertise to fill three board positions, despite ongoing litigation contesting the ...


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