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LS: Art of Quilting Column October 12, 2008

By Sherida Warner

It’s probably the most significant alignment of stars since Fons met Porter. I became a true stargazer last month in the hamlet of LaVeta, nestled at the foot of Colorado’s famous Spanish Peaks. That’s where Alex Anderson ...

You Said It Column October 12, 2008

By Staff

• Thank you to the man and woman who helped me at the Stop and Save in Orchard Mesa, when I was having trouble getting the cap off the radiator of my car. I was having a bad morning, and knowing that there are people out there willing to ...


Sun Biz: Despite nationwide slump, auto dealer plans expansion

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Defying the financial gravity of the times, the Ed Bozarth car dealership in Grand Junction is moving ahead with plans to transform its gateway location to Grand Junction. The 16-year-old dealership for Chevrolet, Pontiac, Buick and Saturn is ...

Briefs: Biz Buzz October 12, 2008

By Staff

Until the past month, a lot of us lived in daily ignorance of the Dow. And wasn’t it bliss? That was for Wall Street. That was for the people on the trading floor. That was as pesky as checking the monthly bank statements in the mail. ...

Fine Terry 10-11-8

Well-known dentist remembered as man with many friends

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Laid-back and easygoing, Terry Fine was among the Grand Valley’s best-known dentists and was a man with many friends and no known enemies. Fine was shot to death Saturday morning in an apparently random attack in his front yard. Fine ...


Shooter kills well-known GJ dentist, retired teacher

By Amy Hamilton

A Grand Junction man and woman are dead, and another woman remained in the hospital late Saturday after a man shot them outside a north Grand Junction home Saturday morning. The suspected gunman also was in the hospital Saturday night after ...


Teacher was source of laughter for many

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Flo Gallagher was a constant source of laughter for her friends, a woman whose life was wrapped up in books and a driving desire to introduce students to the world of the written word. Gallagher, the wife of former Mesa State College ...

Tragic deaths at Eastgate City Market happened 9 years ago

By Staff

It’s been nine years since Grand Junction experienced a shooting similar in magnitude to the tragic events Saturday that claimed the lives of two people. On a September evening in 1999, Chad Jason Anderson killed his wife and two men ...

OUT: Haggerty’s Hikes October 11, 2008

By Bill Haggerty

A limited rifle elk hunting season begins in Colorado today, so it’s probably time to hike in the Colorado National Monument, where hunting is not allowed. Monument Canyon Trail is the “premier hike” in the Colorado National ...

Briefs: Biz Briefcase October 11, 2008

By Staff

• Kissner General Contractors Inc. in Cory was the recipient of the Gold Hard Hat Award presented by McGraw-Hill Construction Colorado. The award is given to the top Colorado projects completed by Colorado companies in the past ...

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