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Talent show, melodrama highlight Paonia Cherry Days

By Tammy Gemaehlich

If life is the pits, Paonia’s the place to be. Paonia’s Cherry Days festival will be celebrated Friday through Monday, July 1–4, at several venues in Paonia. Paonia’s Got Talent Show is set for 8 p.m. Friday, July 1, ...

July a busy time in Junction art exhibit world

By Tammy Gemaehlich

The summer sun sizzles in July and the opening art exhibits are just as hot. Check out these opening receptions happening this weekend: An art opening and reception featuring paintings by Maggie Cook, photography by Katherine Lopez, stained ...

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Music Scene: Grand Junction Centennial Band

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Grand Junction Centennial Band’s summer concert season is well under way, and the next performance is at 7 p.m. Thursday, July 7, at The Atrium, 3260 N. 12th St. Admission is free but guests are asked to bring at least one ...

When only a patio will do

By Tess Furey

I think we’ve all suffered a dive or two to get that perfect burrito or breakfast with the to-die-for biscuits. Lord knows, I’ve been in some dicey places to get authentic soul food. It’s called hole-in-the-wall dining. You ...

Alvin’s ‘Eleven Eleven’ raw and rough, but songs are strong

By Tammy Gemaehlich

Just in time for summer listening are excellent new releases from Dave Alvin, Eilen Jewell, Joe Ely and Madeleine Peyroux among others. Dave Alvin’s newest release is “Eleven Eleven,” Alvin’s 11th solo effort since ...

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Art on the Corner: ‘Undone’

By Tammy Gemaehlich

SCULPTURE: “Undone” is in the 300 block of Main Street on the north side, in front of 300 Main Offices. ARTIST: Deedee Morrison, Birmingham, Ala., DESCRIPTION: The tall, steel sculpture is a ...

Woman dies while hiking Mount Princeton

By The AP

SALIDA — Chaffee County authorities say a woman has died after falling while hiking Mount Princeton. Sheriff Pete Palmer says the woman’s body remains on the 14,000-foot peak and will be recovered today. Palmer says that rescuers ...

Aspen fossil project wrapping up

By The AP

SNOWMASS VILLAGE — Fossil excavation at an Ice Age site near Snowmass Village is wrapping up this weekend with a long list of discoveries. The Denver Museum of Nature & Science says more than 4,500 fossils and 20 different animals ...

It’s official: Summer is finally here

By Penny Stine

The official start of summer is somewhat elusive. True, the calendar claims it started June 21, but what do calendars know? They also say winter doesn’t start until December 21, and anyone who’s gotten waylaid by a blizzard while ...

State subsidies sought for stock show complex

By The AP

AURORA — Aurora and Denver have applied for more than $91 million in state subsidies to help build a huge hotel and stock-show facility in Aurora. The money will be used to help Gaylord Entertainment build a hotel and conference center ...

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