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When it comes to firefighters working throughout the summer during an intense fire season, it can only be described in one way; "We've been keeping... [Read More]
It's been one smokey summer and with the burn season starting Saturday after a full summer of fire restrictions, some are worried conditions could return... [Read More]
If you're headed out of town for the labor day holiday, remember, you won't be the only one on our busy highways. [Read More]
With nearly 200 total wildfires burning in 2018 across the Western Slope, to say the least, it's been one busy fire season for fire officials. [Read More]
The Grand Junction Fire Department tells us that burn permits purchased earlier in the year are still viable for use. [Read More]
There's common saying that, "A picture's worth a thousand words", and in the case of Dave Davis, who was a prominent art figure within the... [Read More]
The U.S. Air Force's Project Falcon telescope finds a new home in Whitewater, CO. It's one out of twelve in a series, and a few... [Read More]
Mesa County Commissioners also voiced support for two major energy projects involving liquid natural gas that have connections to the county. [Read More]
Mesa County Commissioners approved three grants for the Grand Junction Regional Airport to make a number of improvements. [Read More]
In order to continue developing and growing, counties need funding, and a majority of that funding comes from taxpayers and state grants. In order to... [Read More]
It was an experience thousands felt across the state. The preliminary effects of the earthquake were measured at a 4.3 magnitude, which woke many around... [Read More]
Two local companies joined together to make sure a broken flagpole can continue waving the American flag proudly. [Read More]
A Montrose community spurs into action to help save a dying cemetery. [Read More]
Just down the street from Montrose High School, students can find a local coffee shop, a sandwich shop, and now potentially a taco shop that... [Read More]
An inmate in Montrose is dead after being found unresponsive in a jail cell Thursday morning. [Read More]
People in Montrose welcome home one of their U.S. Navy Sailor's Thrusday. U.S. Navy Sailor Nick Kubin flies back to his hometown, and to honor... [Read More]
A Grand Junction woman accused of embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars over a 5 year period gave her plea Wednesday morning in court. [Read More]
Earlier Wednesday afternoon, the Colorado Department of Transportation set charges to detonate the cliff side of De Beque Canyon to remove any potential rockfall hazards... [Read More]
Mandatory Water Restrictions are in place and you're going to start hearing a lot more over the next few months about the 3, 2, 1... [Read More]
Another local organization is being recognized for their water conservation efforts. On Tuesday, the Colorado State University Tri-River Extension Office was honored with the Drought... [Read More]