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Bookworms saddened by store closure

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Those addicted to literary escape were saddened to hear of the closure of one of the most popular and funky used bookstores in Grand Junction this week. Author’s Bookstore, a fixture in downtown for the past 20 years, announced that it ...


Exotic pet owners navigate rules, concerns about care

By Melinda Mawdsley

Little did Harlin Wall know that when he caught his first bull snake as a child it would trigger a lifelong love of reptiles. Now 38, Wall owns and operates Wall To Wall Reptiles, specializing in the breeding of nonvenomous snakes such as ...


Local gardening workshops offered

By Staff

The Colorado State University Extension plans a number of workshops to help area gardeners. The workshops will be lead by Curtis Swift, area extension horticulture agent, and Susan Rose, who specializes in horticulture education. Seedling ...


Area births and marriages, through March 10

By Staff

BIRTHS St. Mary’s Hospital Andrew and Chelsie Erickson, Eckert, a daughter, Feb. 23. Randy and Sissily Brown, Delta, a daughter, Feb. 25. Dawn and Jimmy Carter, Parachute, a son, Feb. 25. Philip J. and Rachel Ann Myers, Grand ...


Homegrown: Mildew issues

By Dennis Hill

I have noticed that a few of my shrubs are getting a little bit of mildew during the growing season. I don’t want it to spread. How should I treat these bushes (spirea and weigela)? Thanks. — Barb The first thing to keep in mind ...


SustainAbility: Look for alternatives to factory-farm food

By Adele Israel

Many of you have recently seen the eye-opening documentaries “Dirt! The Movie” and “Food, Inc.” With spring rapidly approaching, now is the perfect time to look at local alternatives to food grown on factory ...


All Conference teams released

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The Fruita Monument boys basketball team finished 10-0 in the SWL, and were rewarded with coach of the year in Dave Fox and player of the year in Drew Bridges. Bridges, TJ Pollock and Tyler Daniels all made the first team. The Central girls ...


King ethics letter formally filed

By Charles Ashby

The House Ethics Committee formally submitted its letter about a complaint of double-dipping travel expenses lodged against Rep. Steve King. The letter admonishes the Grand Junction Republican for how he claimed travel expenses from his ...


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Prom fashion show, March 2010

By Staff

The 2010 Mesa Mall Spring Prom fashion show. Call 256-4388 if you’re interested in a reprint of any photo.  ...


Man charged with murder in neighbor’s death

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Prosecutors filed murder charges this morning against a Grand Junction man accused of shooting to death a neighbor who intervened in an argument between him and his wife. Robert McCleland, 31, appeared in court for a brief hearing. His ...


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