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Not everyone wants to dress like Mad Max and wander into a post-apocalypse wasteland for a tea party. [Read More]
In 1999, two students at then-Mesa State College who rode in motocross events had the idea to start producing and selling their own motocross gear. [Read More]
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Start off your weekend with local art, food and beer at a new event in downtown Grand Junction. [Read More]
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Grand Junction City Council cleared some major hurdles on their way to an eventual ballot question related to a proposed recreation center by selecting a... [Read More]
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Proponents of a measure on this fall's ballot aimed at providing free meals to all public school students kicked off the Western Slope aspect of... [Read More]
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Approximately 15 acres of land in the Redlands will be rezoned to allow for more density after a vote from City Council on Wednesday. [Read More]
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As the health sciences teacher at the District 51 Career Center, Lane Seger teaches his students about administering life-saving techniques — as the need for... [Read More]
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By CHRISTINE GALLAGHER... [Read More]
In response to letter from GOP Chair McCarney... [Read More]
The city of Grand Junction is mulling over whether to install red light cameras around town to help enforce traffic safety. We understand this is... [Read More]
By MADELEINE PARA and SUSAN HESS... [Read More]
Let's focus on news stories that uplift us... [Read More]
Mikayla Talbott was on fire on the mound Wednesday as the Palisade High School softball team cruised past visiting Cedaredge in a 12-0 run-rule win... [Read More]
Mesa County School District 51 Superintendent Brian Hill provided a slideshow presentation to the Board of Education at its meeting Tuesday night at the Harry... [Read More]
With three new heads of Grand Junction's economic development agencies either in place or incoming, City Council is hoping those organizations will learn to collaborate... [Read More]
Once again, District Judge Matthew Barrett has denied a request by indicted Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters to leave the state. [Read More]
The ink is barely dry on the federal Inflation Reduction Act that President Joe Biden signed into law Tuesday, but that didn't stop Agriculture Secretary... [Read More]
The town of Palisade held a ribbon cutting last week to celebrate the completion of the three-year safety improvement project on U.S. 6 through the... [Read More]
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Following the initial announcement of the Marvin Rehbein gravel pit project in May, residents of the Jocko Valley have come together to combat the placement... [Read More]
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