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Historian Blain Fandrich explains why and how the Heffner Steps were carved into the side of the Rims.
A crew from GeoStabilization International unsuccessfully tries to bring down a section of the Rims known as the Monkey Face with explosives on Friday.
Workers with GeoStablization International of Grand Junction Colorado continue their work above Zimmerman Trail removing dangerous sandstone rocks from the Rims.
One recent blustery day, as I was making my way on foot down a city street flanked by heaps of dirty ice and snow, I thought I saw a familiar face through the window of a casino.