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Film about Thanos Johnson’s works focus of next Second Saturday program

By Tammy Gemaehlich

A detailed look at topics of interest in the realm of visual and narrative arts is the purpose of the Second Saturday program presented from 2–4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13, at The Art Center, 1803 N. Seventh St. The program will focus on ...

Entertainment briefs: Tapestry honored, alternative Christmas

By Staff

Local artist’s tapestry chosen for exhibit A tapestry created by Blue Pig Gallery artist Kathy Spoering was selected for the International Tapestry Biennial 8 Exhibit hosted by the American Tapestry Alliance. Spoering’s tapestry ...

Special items coming on whatchamacallit day

By Rock Cesario

When is Record Store Day not really Record Store Day? Well, this year there is an unofficial record store day on Black Friday, but I am not supposed to call it that. Let me explain. Record Store Day was conceived as a way to celebrate the ...

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“Marching as 1” — Documentary preview

By William Woody

A preview of the full-length documentary by William Woody, following the 2010 Delta High School marching band on their quest for a state title.  ...

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Investment challenges

By Penny Stine

Whether it’s called the mortgage meltdown, the great recession or simply the latest period of financial turmoil, the last few years have presented challenges for those who work in the housing industry. It’s difficult to get ...

Realtor news for Nov. 14, 2010

By Staff

Nov. 8, 2010 –  Sarah Speas, broker associate with Doyle & Associates Real Estate, received the prestigious Grand Junction Area REALTOR® Association Chairman’s Award of Excellence for 2010, as well as the Colorado ...

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1970 circus-tent tosser wasn’t a twister

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There already was a strong wind blowing in from the southwest early in the evening when the crowds started arriving at the James Bros. circus tent that had been set up at Files Park on 28 Road on May 20, 1970, for the 6 p.m. show. With just ...

Uranium company sues Colorado over mining rules

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A company that wants to mine uranium in northern Colorado has filed suit against state regulators, saying rules for keeping groundwater clean are unreasonable. The Fort Collins Coloradoan reports Powertech Uranium Corp. ...

Police investigate, protect pedophilia author

By The AP

PUEBLO — Police in Colorado are both investigating and protecting the author of a guide for pedophiles. Phillip Ray Greaves II of Pueblo has drawn national attention because his self-published book was for sale on Amazon. The book ...

Breckenridge Ski Resort opens today

By The AP

FRISCO — Breckenridge Ski Resort is opening for its 49th season. The Summit Daily News reports that five lifts and 147 acres of ski runs will open at 9 a.m. today. Breckenridge hasn’t posted the depth of its base, but officials ...

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