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Collbran man hurt in crash

By Paul Shockley

The Colorado State Patrol said distracted driving may have factored into a rollover traffic accident Saturday morning near Collbran. Darr Tolman, 52, of Collbran, was thrown from a 2002 Kia sedan when his vehicle careened off Colorado Highway ...


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Harkening back to frontier life

By William Woody

Hard work, traditional living and ingenuity, ingredients for life in the Grand Valley 100 years ago, were explored Saturday as part of Heritage Days at Cross Orchards Museum. Wool spinning, blacksmithing, soap making, honey production and ...


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Increase in level of competition makes repeating as CWA champ hard for Hummerickhouse

By Scott Schlaufman

When the time came for Keith Hummerickhouse to defend his 2010 Colorado West Amateur golf tournament championship, he didn’t hesitate. “I love the tournament so I obviously wanted to come back and defend,” Hummerickhouse ...


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Surfer dude makes waves in quilt world

By Sherida Warner

California surfer dude Rob Appell is a different breed in today’s quilting scene. He’s as comfortable making waves with his manly approach to a sewing machine as he is riding the crest of West Coast curls on his board. Appell, 38, ...


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New toffee and brittle company in Junction

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Single parents Todd Braley and Angela Maynard were looking for a way to earn extra money without spending too much time away from family. The solution was to combine family recipes and start a homemade toffee and peanut brittle company. The ...


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Downtown businesses ready for life beyond construction

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Midway through Downtown Uplift construction on the 400, 500 and 600 blocks of Main Street wasn’t the ideal time for Robin Allerheiligen to open A Robin’s Nest of Antiques & Treasures, 558 Main St. But the previous shop ...


Horse Photographer

Photos are great, but horses come first for equine photographer

By Bob Silbernagel

Horse people are an independent lot, folks who like to do things for themselves to ensure they’re done right. It’s not unusual to find farriers who took up horseshoeing because they were dissatisfied with the way someone else shod ...


Biz Buzz, June 5, 2011

By Staff

Valley Office Supply, 2214 Sanford Drive, Suite B10, wasn’t for sale when Golden-based Source Office Products came knocking last year. As Valley Office Supply owners David and Teresa Kareus learned more about the company that wanted to ...


Upcoming horse events for June

By Staff

Note: A number of events around the region that were originally scheduled for June have been cancelled due to the equine herpes outbreak. The events listed below are still on schedule. June 10-12: Team Roping, Mesa County Fairgrounds,  ...


Weekly Planner, June 5, 2011

By Staff

Sunday, June 5 Western Colorado Atheists and Freethinkers, Mesa Mall Community Room, 2424 U.S. Highway 6&50, 3 p.m., 216-9842. Nar-Anon, 2 p.m., Unity Church, 3205 N. 12th St., 241-7202. SMART Recovery, 6:30 p.m., Dos Rios Counseling ...


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