First Fridays in Grand Junction are a great way to experience the wide variety of artistic talent in town. Numerous art venues and galleries, including exhibits at the Grand Junction City Hall, are open late on the first Friday of each month. City Hall hosted an opening reception with works by Independence Academy artists and City of Grand Junction employees. It will be on display though Jan. 11.
Our best photos of sports and outdoors for the week of October 4-10, 2015.
Our best news and features photos for the week of October 4-10, 2015.
Daily Sentinel readers submitted these community photos during October 2015.
The trees were showing their full fall colors Saturday on Grand Mesa. On this day before Color Sunday, many people took advantage of the beautiful weather to take a drive on the mesa.
The Fuoco Motor Company Downtown Car Show featured antique cars, muscle cars, classic cars and motorcycles. Entries competed for awards in several categories.
Our best photos of sports and outdoors for the week of September 27-October 3, 2015.
Our best news and features photos for the week of September 27-October 3, 2015.
All male teams slipped on their finest footwear as they competed in the 6th Annual Men in Heels Race. The event is an annual fundraiser for Latimer House– providing emergency shelter and vital services to those affected by domestic violence and sexual assault.
The Finals of the Season event, presented by the Colorado Professional Rodeo Association and the Mesa County Sheriffs Posse, took place at Mesa County Fairgrounds, Veterans Memorial Park in Grand Junction.
Powderhorn Mountain Resort’s annual Color Sunday adventure race is fun for all ages.
The American Kennel Club Dog Show hosted by the Grand Valley Kennel Club in Grand Junction, Colorado.
Volunteers helped rebuild and perform general maintenance on the Hanging Lake Trail.
Customers at Kush Gardens enjoyed a state tax holiday on retail marijuana.
Members of Crossfit Flipside climb stairs in honor of the firefighters that died on 9/11.
Palisade opens its pool to the dogs to benefit Roice-Hurst Humane Society.
Collin Ferguson hits a walk-off home run to send GJ Rockies into offseason with a thrilling extra-inning victory.
GJ’s offense bogs down after early lead as Rockies lose next-to-last game of the Pioneer League season.
In their final Sunday game of the Pioneer League season, the Grand Junction Rockies can’t overcome slow start.
A recent fire in in the Ruby-Horsethief Canyon demonstrated the difficulty in fighting fires in such a remote area.
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