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An effort to recall Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters is underway.As required by law, the Mesa County Board of Commissioners plan to appoint an outside... [Read More]
An effort to recall Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters is underway. [Read More]
The cowboys are ready to rope and ride. [Read More]
Updated through May 26. [Read More]
Maxxwell Demann of Rifle was named to the spring 2020 dean's list at University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth, Kansas. [Read More]
The Grand Junction Fire Department responded to a motorhome fire near 26 and G roads on Friday, a day after a series of fires had... [Read More]
BIRTHS... [Read More]
Gardening's popularity has surged during the coronavirus pandemic. It provides exercise, outdoor time, emotional well-being and wholesome produce. [Read More]
Imagine if all the back and front yards — and even patio container plants — across the country were seen as one magnificent patchwork quilt,... [Read More]
Editor's Note: With the Major League Baseball season being suspended by the coronavirus, a pair of websites — strat-o-matic.com and baseballreference.com — are offering simulations... [Read More]
District 51 made its annual budget presentation Friday to the Board of Education, a discussion that typically serves as a review of the final budget... [Read More]
Hundreds of people staged a raucous, roving protest in Denver on Friday that was generally peaceful until night fell, when police deployed gas canisters and... [Read More]
Today is Saturday, May 30, the 151st day of 2020. There are 215 days left in the year. [Read More]
Even after earning a PhD, working as a researcher and serving as curator of Fruita's Dinosaur Journey Museum, Dr. Julia McHugh is still excited to... [Read More]
Father Godfrey Nzamujo is pioneering a sustainable farming system that focuses on food security and the environment. [Read More]
Sen. Mitch McConnell: "I generally don't comment on the President's tweets." [Read More]
Sen. Mitch McConnell: "You can understand the outrage in reaction to witnessing events like this." [Read More]
Amid protests against police brutality in Minneapolis and across the nation, Grand Junction Police Chief Doug Shoemaker took to social media, Friday, with some frank... [Read More]
After more than two months of being closed off to the public, Mesa County Libraries are ready to turn the page. [Read More]
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