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.
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.
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Heather Baskin started working with gifted and talented students in School … more
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■ Margaret Jean Alt, 81, Grand Junction, died Aug. 19, 2016, in … more
Bird sightings, HS state golf, GJHS volleyball and Fruita soccer.
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Downtown group questions whether buyer/landlord can be found for facility.
Palisade Cider Bash, marching band, and HomewardBound.
Car fans unite at the 2016 Fuoco Motor Co. Downtown Car Show.
Watch fun clips from the Outhouse Races at the Fruita Fall Festival.
■ Margaret Jean Alt, 81, Grand Junction, died Aug. 19, 2016, in Quartzsite, Arizona. … more
One of Grand Junction’s most beloved community radio stations will soon be broadcasting loud … more
Thomas Edison. Jackie Robinson. Neil Armstrong. The Dalai Lama. Arnold Palmer. … more
The Bureau of Land Management is planning later in October to round up wild horses west of Craig, … more
Several western Colorado officials will travel to Coos Bay, Oregon, next week to show a united … more
Backers of two Colorado oil and gas initiatives won’t appeal a Secretary of State Office … more
Gail Schwartz is not fit for Congress I have grown tired of the absolute lies that are being … more
The idea isn’t new, but establishing apprenticeships as the foundation for economic growth … more
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The first debate of the century is behind us and the national media is once again able to enjoy … more
To the extent our flag symbolizes racism, it arguably deserves commensurate … more
This past weekend was Gold Star Family Sunday across America. For those not familiar with Gold … more
They’ve had that gnawing feeling in their guts since last Nov. 7, when CSU-Pueblo put up … more
The Fruita Monument boys tennis team wrapped up its regular season with a 7-0 win over Central on … more
College Track & Field … more
Chris Magninie … more
Tebowmania again … more
Roughly one month ago, when the Fruita Monument High School boys soccer team faced Grand Junction, … more
It might be a teddy bear hamster, for heaven’s sake, but it is fuzzy and waddles so … more
Fractions and Fractures … more
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