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Cheers! Novel-ty

By Christopher Tomlinson

Novel-ty “A Farewell to Arms.” “The Sun Also Rises.” “For Whom the Bell Tolls” “The Old Man and the Sea.” Perhaps you’ve read these novels? Then you need this drink. Wait! You ...


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Staying on the job: Employers accommodate disabled workers

By Greg Ruland

Sore, damaged feet from more than 15 years of walking the floor at different retail stores around the Grand Valley forced Carrie Woolery earlier this year to seek medical treatment from her doctor and accommodation from her employer. Woolery ...


BizBuzz, Oct. 24

By Staff

Jeremy and Rebecca Berlin, formerly of Punta Gorda, Florida, moved to Grand Junction to open the couple’s second specialty food store, Bella Balsamic and The Pressed Olive, 555 Main St. The first venture continues to operate successfully ...


Business Briefcase, Oct. 23

By Staff

Business research workshops 
this week at Incubator Center Today and on Oct. 30, local entrepreneurs and small-business owners can receive individualized help to improve their business research skills, increase their awareness of ...


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Woman arrested, 
three men sought
 in motel robbery

By Mike Wiggins

A Grand Junction woman has been arrested and police are looking for three other people after they allegedly robbed a man at gunpoint as part of a prostitution scam at a local motel. Police were able to quickly identify Kaylee Anne Knosala, ...


Governor, Tipton, senators jointly press for Roan deal

By Dennis Webb

Gov. John Hickenlooper, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton and both of Colorado’s U.S. senators today called in a joint letter for federal approval of a proposed settlement to the Roan Plateau drilling dispute, in the latest indication of coalescing ...


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Pumpkin Art

By Erin McIntyre

Watch artist Willy Tuz create pumpkin masterpieces.  ...


Police: Orchard Ave. walking students should be picked up today

By Staff

Parents of Orchard Avenue Elementary School students need to pick up children who were planning to walk home today because police are searching for a wanted man in the area, police and school officials announced this afternoon. Officials say ...


Email letters, October 22, 2014

By Staff

PERA’s challenge now lies in maintaining or increasing fund balance As a PERA retiree with more than 35 years of service in higher education, the Colorado Supreme Court made the right decision in the case of Justus v. State regarding ...


Shots ring out at Canada’s Parliament

By The AP

OTTAWA, Ontario — A gunman shot and wounded a Canadian soldier standing guard at a war memorial in the country’s capital Wednesday, then entered Parliament, where numerous shots rang out, police and witnesses said. People fled ...


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