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Canadian couple promote their 100-mile diet

By Dennis Webb

RIFLE — In 2005, J.B. MacKinnon and Alisa Smith set out to spend a year eating only food that had traveled less than 100 miles to reach their Vancouver home. In the process, they identified the Pacific Coast’s Dungeness crab as ...

Six hundred to seven hundred shop at Art Center’s holiday fair

By Staff

Michelle Mills tried on an abstract-style glass necklace made of multiple layers of glistening reds and glittering silver and surveyed the result in the mirror. It seemed the perfect holiday party-dress accessory. And it isn’t for ...


Company parties likely to be a little less glitzier this year

By Staff

Company Christmas parties decked out with every menu option and decoration imaginable are going to be the exception this year, rather than the rule. A few companies in the oil and gas industry and perhaps a few banks in town are not giving up ...

Briefs: Biz Briefcase November 23, 2008

By Staff

A spokeswoman for Carlson Vineyards Winery says Thanksgiving is the No. 1 wine-buying holiday. I’ll buy that. I grabbed a bottle of Reeder Mesa Riesling for Thanksgiving last year. It was the first one we opened for premeal wine ...

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OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes Column November 22, 2008

By Bill Haggerty

One thousand eighty four e-mails. That’s how many I had remaining in my inbox when I ran across one from Cathy Cline the other day. It was dated Sunday, Dec. 31, 2006 and had never been opened, let alone answered. How ...

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Power football yields big results for Olathe

By Patrick Bahr

The biggest insult to the Olathe football team would be to call it a finesse team. The Pirates are all about power: Power running game, power offensive line, and what may have been overlooked in the 200-plus yard games of David Rhodes, is the ...


Former Grand Junction QB speaks proudly about life to fellow Tigers

By Patrick Bahr

Grand Junction football coach Robbie Owens’ opening statement at the Tiger’s football banquet Friday night summed up the evening’s keynote speaker. Owens said when he arrived at the school in June he wanted to build a ...

Briefs: Mesa State Roundup November 22, 2008

By Scott Schlaufman

Men Turnovers and poor execution Friday night sent the Mesa State College men’s basketball team to an 81-59 loss to William Jewell (Mo.) College in the Mines Tipoff Classic in Golden. Mesa State (0-2) committed 23 turnovers, but 16 in ...

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Girls can pass, shoot the puck just like boys

By Staff

Gender doesn’t matter to Kayla Calvin. All she wants to do is play hockey. With the 3-year-old Junior Mavericks hockey program at Glacier Ice Arena still in its relative infancy, there are no teams offered strictly for girls. “I ...

HG: SustainAbility Column November 22, 2008

By Adele Israel

When pinching pennies, don’t overlook our local library system. It’s a veritable gold mine of materials and information. So, if you haven’t been to the library lately, grab your library card and hurry over. Better yet, log ...

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