Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra performed a concert version of Bizet’s “Carmen” Saturday evening.
Junior Service League held its annual Vivo el Vino at Two Rivers Convention Center Saturday evening.
Catch a look at our local sports and outdoors photos for the week of April 13 to 19, 2014.
Our news photos from the week of April 13 to April 19, 2014.
Palisade held its 6th annual International Honeybee Festival in downtown Palisade this weekend.
A massive fire swept through a number of buildings on Seventh Street, including the Daily Sentinel press operations, on April 9, 1974.
Palisade marked its 110th birthday with a street dance Friday and a BBQ and softball game Saturday. Against the backdrop of blue skies crowning Grand Mesa, folks attending the BBQ enjoyed good food and good visiting.
Catch a look at our local sports and outdoors photos for the week of April 6 to April 12, 2014.
A smothering of our finest news photos from the week of April 6 to April 12, 2014.
The Powderhorn Mountain Resorts Skimming Competition was lots of cold fun Saturday afternoon. Fifty very brave souls took part in this year’s competition. The air temperature was 40 degrees and the water temperature was 33 degrees. Sunday will be closing day at the resort. All-day adult lift tickets will be twenty dollars.
The annual CMU “Steer Stroll” from the steer’s point-of-view.
Man lives a lifelong dream with a ride in a Mustang
CMU softball pitcher Ashley Pulido having great senior season, which includes a perfect game.
On Tuesday, April 1, federal, state and local officials took part in a NUWAIX emergency drill to test resources in a visible, complex and potentially dangerous incident. The drill lasts through April 3.
Editorial Page Editor Bob Silbernagel discusses his plans for retirement in the final episode of Over The Top.
Colorado Mesa women’s basketball team runs past Tarleton State and into South Central Region championship game.
Defense leads CMU to quarterfinal victory in NCAA South Central Region women’s basketball tournament.
Colorado Mesa’s women’s basketball team gets its first look at the First United Bank Center in Canyon, Texas.
Remember When Music Group rehearses in Grand Junction home.
Pershing Devore, a true hero: World War II veteran not afraid to talk about his past
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