Once, air conditioning didn’t exist. So necessity created picnics. In the early 1900s, stoves burning from dawn to suppertime drove people outside.
As a horse person with a lifelong desire to visit New Zealand, I was thrilled to participate in a horseback trek through the spectacular country.
This month, we’re outlining the pros and cons of cable or satellite television, so you can decide if cutting the cord is worth it to you.
After two decades of being the public’s link to Colorado Mesa University, Dana Nunn will retire from her position as director of media relations.
The Grand Junction Gem & Mineral Club’s annual rock show is so popular that it’s added a second one this September.
Temporary employment agencies may give you extra cash and employment on your terms. Several reputable agencies in the area offer work in every field.
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