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HISTORY HERE AND NOW Homestead cabin built with borrowed $25

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Final in a two-part series on Redlands pioneer Agnes Honecker. In the first part of the series, the 28-year-old Honecker, from Indiana, visited relatives in Grand Junction and decided to stay and homestead. After telling her family of her ...


Weatherford International begins layoffs

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A division of Weatherford International, an oil-field services company based in Houston, has begun laying off employees in Grand Junction, according to a former employee. The company has several locations in Grand Junction and one in Rifle. ...


Briefs: Prep Roundup Sept. 04, 2009

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High School Softball • Tigers take two from Prairie View Grand Junction swept a doubleheader from Prairie View on Thursday, defeating the Thunderhawks 3-2 and 21-15 at Kronkright Complex. Roxanne Zich had a two-run single for the ...


When it comes to the gridiron in the Grand Valley, people have plenty to say

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There’s something special about Friday nights during the fall in America. From coast to coast, high school football teams are battling on the gridiron representing their communities in front of packed stands. It’s no different in ...


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Briefs: OA Art on the corner Sept. 04, 2009

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SCULPTURE: “Untitled” is on the northeast corner of Fifth and Main streets, in front of Alida’s. • ARTIST: Dave Davis of Clifton • DESCRIPTION: The slanted, weathered steel base extends from the sidewalk and ...


Briefs:  OA Hugh Brown Sept. 04, 2009

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Hugh Brown landscapes shown at The Blue Pig The Blue Pig Gallery will host an opening reception from 2–4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 6, for artist Hugh Brown’s exhibit “Landscape Experiences.” It is Brown’s first show in ...


OA Briefs: Dog Days Sept. 04, 2009

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Celebrate ‘dog days’ of summer with sheepdogs, flyball athletes The dog days of summer are still upon us and here are two options for “ruffing” it. • The 23rd annual Meeker Classic Sheepdog Championship Trials ...


Briefs:  OA “D Tour” Sept. 04, 2009

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‘D Tour’ chronicles man’s search for living kidney donor Community Cinema begins its 2009–10 season with the film “D Tour” that chronicles the story of Pat Spurgeon as he searches for a living kidney donor ...


Briefs: OA Road Trip Sept 04, 2009

By Staff

Here are some big shows and events coming to Colorado and Utah in the near future. •Long’s Peak Scottish-Irish Highland Festival — Estes Park, Sept. 11–13. • Picnic & Pops free concert and outdoor picnic ...


OA Briefs: Music scene Sept. 04, 2009

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• Classical guitarist Javier de Los Santos will perform at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 10, at the Mesa County Libraries Central Library, 530 Grand Ave. De Los Santos earned his bachelor of arts degree in guitar performance at Mesa State ...


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