The seventh annual Grand Junction Local #2808 Turkey Trot, presented by Rocky Mountain Health Plans, started this morning at 9 a.m. The 5k race started and finished on Main Street at Two Rivers Convention Center, and more than 1,400 runners took part, raising more than $40,000.
The Turkey Trot benefits Toys for Tots, the Colorado Professional Firefighters Foundation, and a local fund for sick or injured firefighters and their families
The Grand Junction Downtown Development Authority has cut ties with the man it hired just seven weeks ago to head the organization.
■ Jeff Bob Jones, 58, Loma, died Nov. 24, 2015, at his home. … more
More than 20 years after the murder, Jackie Kuntz now feels some sense of … more
T he Student Athlete Advisory Committee at Colorado Mesa University is always … more
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Cyclocross, Popular Parks, Football, Volleyball, Baseball.
Popularity of public lands may come with a price.
Turkey dinner preparation, Lego robot competition, Alternative Christmas.
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Scenes from the annual HopeWest Holiday Show and Luncheon.
Four Grand Valley women share unique, strong friendship.
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Sex offender in court … more
When it’s time for people to leave an abusive relationship, it’s kind of a like a … more
The Grand Junction Downtown Development Authority has cut ties with the man it hired just seven … more
■ Bruce Otto Barker, 26, Eckert, died Nov. 22, 2015, in Delta. … more
How do you have a wedding without debt? … more
If you get misty passing the gravy to Uncle Frank just because he’s actually at the table … more
Thanksgiving is traditionally a time when we find a few minutes in our busy lives to reflect and … more
I’m like every citizen and would like to see the USA Pro Challenge race in our city. A … more
A man who was caught up and dragged by an 18-wheel semi-trailer truck in the parking lot of The … more
As the number of immigrants dislocated by the war in Syria grows in Europe, pressure is increasing … more
In his recent column “Fracking supports our freedom,” Rick Wagner claimed that … more
Believe or leave. That’s the motto of the Fruita Monument High School girls basketball … more
DELTA — The lone blemish on a stellar high school football career by Jonny Ponce is … more
Fruita Monument High School boys basketball coach Billy Dreher tentatively thinks the Wildcats are … more
Paonia High School football means a lot to the mountain community of less than 1,500 people, like … more
Kabir West can’t wait for the turkey. … more
College Basketball … more
Colorado Mesa University’s Music at Mesa will present the best at its 16th annual Best of … more
MAGIC CIRCLE PLAYERS … more
Drawing for stained glass window in Palisade … more
Looking for the perfect holiday gift for the music fan in your life? … more
Saturday, Nov. 28 … more
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