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Twenty nine nonprofits were awarded a grand total of $55,000 this evening, all thanks to one organization. [Read More]
The Bureau of Land Management has decided to move out of Washington D.C., and Grand Junction is hoping to be at the top of their... [Read More]
More jobs are looking for candidates to have a college education, but with costs continuously rising, for many people, college is not an option. [Read More]
Colorado Gives Day is now over, and many nonprofits around the Grand Valley would consider it a huge success. [Read More]
A stretch of I-70 was shut down today for nearly three and a half hours as law enforcement responded to a possible stabbing incident near... [Read More]
Strive to Open New Facility... [Read More]
After a long construction period, and hosting an important event, the Western Slope's newest shooting complex is now open for business. The complex is expected... [Read More]
Imagine being officially sworn in as a U.S. citizen while standing on a bluff high above a national monument. For 49 people today, that's exactly... [Read More]
It was a decision people were anxiously waiting for, but many are left disappointed. At a public land hearing this morning, the Microgrid solar energy... [Read More]
A very special and rare award was presented at a Grand Junction Lions Club meeting today, and everyone attending knew who it was going to....except... [Read More]
The results are in for a study ordered by the city of Montrose. It reveals that the city is becoming a popular place to visit,... [Read More]
In Montrose, a new beginning for an old building. An empty center is now becoming a housing facility for farm workers and the homeless. [Read More]
Tomorrow kicks off a very special month, but the celebrations start today. September 15th marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month, and the Art... [Read More]
It's election season, and the U.S Postal Service is expecting a record number of ballots to hit Colorado mailboxes this fall. [Read More]
One of the best things about online shopping is it's cheap; you can find things for a lot less money than in stores, and up... [Read More]
Drivers passing through the Redlands this morning should have been in for a pleasant surprise, as a brand new roundabout is open for business. [Read More]
As people start to leave the eastern seaboard due to Hurricane Florence, volunteers from the Western Slope are headed towards the storm. [Read More]
Hospitals are known for making people feel better. And today, St. Mary's gave some of that positive energy to those with the hardest jobs. [Read More]