A crew with the city of Grand Junction removes rocks, mud and water off Ridges Boulevard early this morning, after heavy rains overnight washed debris over the road and filled culverts in the Ridges subdivision.
Grand Junction set a record for rainfall for the date before the sun came up today, and more precipitation is likely on the way.
Another flash flood warning has been issued by the National Weather Service and will remain through this evening.
Melissa DeHerrera’s life was turned upside down in a matter of weeks after being diagnosed with breast cancer in mid-June. Eight days after the Clifton woman found a lump in her breast and visited a doctor, she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Days later she underwent a double mastectomy. Now she’s slated for a hysterectomy, and after that, several rounds of chemotherapy. DeHerrera, who has no history of breast cancer, was taken by surprise by the diagnosis. She quit her job as a
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Watch the 2014 Secretary of State debate that took place at Two Rivers.
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Tennis for all ages at Taco Bell, and Western Slope Championships swimming.
Watch the first XXXL Pizza Challenge at Bravo Pizza in Mesa Mall.
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Fire guts Clifton home … more
A measure that would ask voters whether to expand legalized gambling to Mesa and two other … more
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“The years are rolling by me … more
A state district judge’s ruling could spell the end of hydraulic fracturing bans in … more
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Gov. John Hickenlooper wants a state water plan in place by next year that addresses the … more
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The all-too short July rainy season has brought changes to the Gunnison River below the East … more
Just when you’re looking for something special to do with the family on the last school-free … more
Midsummer in Grand Junction. … more
Javier Palacios pitched perhaps his best game of the season Monday night and Grand Junction scored … more
Junior Golf … more
Maj. Philip Latteier cut a gallant figure in black and white camouflage during a June deployment … more
■ Jenna Maneotis of Grand Junction was named to the spring 2014 semester Laureate Society at … more
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‘Frozen,’ Marvel, Patterson part of … more
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DENVER (AP) — Boulder County must stop issuing marriage licenses to gay couples while the Colorado Supreme Court considers an appeal from the state's attorney general, justices said in a ruling Tuesday.
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