Our best photos of sports and outdoors for the week of March 19-25, 2017.
Regardless of what capricious Colorado weather brings down the road, it’s glorious right now, the day before spring officially begins. The apple and apricot trees are downy and flamboyant, the peach trees are about to burst out, the violets, the forsythia, the daffodils — blooming, blooming one and all. Here are the answers for our “hooray for spring!” challenge. Enjoy!
Our best news and features photos for the week of March 19-25, 2017.
A wildfire burned in the wooded area of Snooks Bottom in Fruita Thursday. Units from Lower Valley Fire Protection District, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Department and the Bureau of Land Management fought the fire, which burned several acres from the lake to the south bank of the Colorado River at the popular park.
Five men and one woman accused of possessing distribution quantities of drugs in the Grand Valley were taken into custody in March in several unrelated cases.
Our best photos of sports and outdoors for the week of March 12-18, 2017.
Our best news and features photos for the week of March 12-18, 2017.
Colorado Mesa baseball team honors Ryan Teixeira
Our best photos of sports and outdoors for the week of March 5-11, 2017.
Our best news and features photos for the week of March 5-11, 2017.
The National Weather Service at Grand Junction Regional Airport releases more than 730 weather balloons each year.
Rachel Sauer takes a leap of faith into the dark abyss at Get Air at the Silo.
Veterans use rock climbing as recreational therapy.
Colorado Mesa’s baseball team honored Ryan Teixeira, who passed away March 4, 2017, before its game on March 5. Garrett Ball delivered a touching tribute to his best friend and teammate.
Former Grand Junction Rockies outfielder David Dahl discusses his role with the Colorado Rockies this season.
Japanese students from Cultural Exchanges tour the Museum of the West to learn about Western culture.
High school students celebrate Kindness is Contagious week by painting a mural downtown.
Reliever Carlos Estevez, who started his career in Grand Junction, discusses his role with the Colorado Rockies.
Colorado Rockies pitcher Jon Gray didn’t let wet weather stop him from throwing live batting practice Saturday at spring training.
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