COVID-19 has been quite the roller coaster for most residents in the Grand Valley.
The state’s unemployment rate dropped slightly in September over the previous month, but there still are nearly 200,000 Coloradans out of work, according to the latest employment figures released Tuesday by the Colorado Department of Labor.
A video of an altercation at Orchard Mesa Middle School circulating on social media made its way to Tuesday night’s District 51 Board of Education meeting.
In an ongoing gjsentinel.com web poll, 57% of respondents believe the National Football League will finish the season, but the bulk of those believe it will not come without issues.
Conservation groups say they plan to pursue the reversal of Bureau of Land Management actions in Colorado and other states after a federal judge in Montana last week ruled that three of the agency’s resource management plans in Montana are invalid because of the role William Perry Pendley pl…
The Delta County Sheriff’s Office is under investigation for possible campaign finance violations over its support of a proposed public safety tax measure on this fall’s ballot.
A federal judge voiced frustration Monday over the unwillingness of a landowner to unlock a gate on a road west of De Beque to allow for public travel and avoid a trial that is taking place this week.
Two of the state’s top law enforcement officers have launched campaigns to ensure that there will be no shenanigans in voting in next month’s general election.
With 42 new COVID-19 cases reported Monday, 25 on Sunday, 40 on Saturday — and 132 total over the four-day stretch — Mesa County Public Health contact tracers have been busy.
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In November 1895, The Altrurian — newspaper of the Colorado Cooperative Co. that was trying to establish a collective colony in western Montrose County — issued a warning to people who might wish to join:
Two of the marquee tenants at the Lincoln Park Sports Complex were shut out by this year’s pandemic, leading to a notable absence in the spring and summer at Suplizio Field.
After multiple delays dating back more than a year, a trial to decide whether a ranch should no longer be able to close a road west of De Beque is scheduled to finally start Monday.