East valley soon to be dialed in

Tease Image
Photo by Christopher Tomlinson

Chief Richard Rupp helped KAFM put an antenna on the Palisade Fire Station last week. The addition of a translator on the tower at the fire station will boost the signal for the radio station to enable Palisade listeners to receive a clear transmission.

New Palisade translator to boost KAFM’s signal

One of Grand Junction’s most beloved community radio stations will soon be broadcasting loud and clear among the peach trees and vineyards of Palisade, thanks to a new translator tower installed on top of the Palisade Fire Department.

October roundup of horses planned

The Bureau of Land Management is planning later in October to round up wild horses west of Craig, with a goal of treating some with a fertility control drug and removing up to 50 young horses that would be placed into a nonprofit training and adoption program.

  • Photo Gallery
    Week in Sports

    Bird sightings, HS state golf, GJHS volleyball and Fruita soccer.

  • Lifestyle
    Raise your hand

    Be right with this guide for gestures while public speaking.

  • Local
    New direction?

    Downtown group questions whether buyer/landlord can be found for facility.

  • Photo Gallery
    Week’s Best Photos

    Palisade Cider Bash, marching band, and HomewardBound.

  • Photo Gallery
    Social Junction

    Car fans unite at the 2016 Fuoco Motor Co. Downtown Car Show.

  • Video
    Fruita Fall Festival

    Watch fun clips from the Outhouse Races at the Fruita Fall Festival.



It is officially fall. You feel:

Search More Jobs

Newspapers In Education

  • After fatal train crash, investigators seek answers

    HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) — Federal investigators are sifting through the wreckage of a train crash in New Jersey to determine what happened before it barreled through a station and crashed into a barrier, causing a young mother to be killed by falling debris and injuring more than 100 others.

  • Young mother killed in crash had 'genuine heart'

    HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) — The world seemed to stop when Fabiola Bittar de Kroon's former co-worker learned she been killed after a New Jersey commuter train crashed through a barrier and into a suburban station, sending debris falling onto her.

  • Sept. 11 families can now sue the Saudis but will it matter?

    NEW YORK (AP) — Just because Congress has allowed Sept. 11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia over claims it had a role in the terror attacks doesn't mean such a case will ever go before a jury.

  • Tulsa officer expected to plead not guilty to manslaughter

    TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A Tulsa police officer is expected to plead not guilty to first-degree manslaughter in the death of an unarmed black man when she makes her first appearance before a Tulsa County judge.

  • Hearing set for teen held in South Carolina school shooting

    TOWNVILLE, S.C. (AP) — A judge will decide whether authorities can continue holding a teenager arrested after a school shooting that left two students and a teacher wounded and a tiny South Carolina community coping with the aftermath.


734 S. Seventh St.
Grand Junction, CO 81501
970-242-5050; M-F 8:00 - 5:00
Subscribe to print edition
Advertiser Tearsheet

© 2016 Grand Junction Media, Inc.
By using this site you agree to the Visitor Agreement and the Privacy Policy