In a winter when a normal amount of snowfall in Colorado won’t be enough to adequately counter the effects of ongoing drought, snowpack accumulations so far are heading in the wrong direction, currently at about three-quarters of normal.

The birds passing through Palisade will have a new location to stop for a snack after Sunrise Rotary member Bill Binnian built and installed a large bird feeder in the park.

More than 4,000 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Mesa County, according to the latest numbers from the county health department, including second doses for some of the highest risk health care workers who were the first to receive the vaccine in Mesa County.

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The first steps toward reintroducing wolves into Colorado began with the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission approving a preliminary process for developing a wolf management plan.

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The state of Colorado on Friday sued the federal government to challenge the Bureau of Land Management’s new resource management plan for its Uncompahgre Field Office, contending that William Perry Pendley was illegally leading the agency when the plan was approved.

The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission in March will consider a proposal to create a new state wildlife area annual pass costing $46.48.

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Luis Arballo-Rodriguez, a 30-year-old male resident of Grand Junction, has been identified as the individual who died in a car crash at the Colorado National Monument earlier this week.

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Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser led a coalition of 50 attorneys general in 46 states and four territories in sending a letter to acting U.S. Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen denouncing the violence at the U.S. Capitol last week.

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It didn’t take long for partisan politics to enter the Colorado Legislature when state lawmakers convened the 2021 legislative session Wednesday.

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More than 90 Mesa County residents have now died of COVID-19 and that total climbs to 114 when including deaths for those who had COVID-19 but may not have died directly from the disease.

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The Colorado Association for Viticulture and Enology’s (CAVE) annual conference to celebrate and educate wine is going remote for 2021.

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The Bureau of Land Management has signed a $2.5 million contract that will ensure all of its roughly 250 uniformed law enforcement rangers are outfitted with body-worn cameras, the agency said in a news release this week.

U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert is lashing out against those who have called for her arrest and resignation over her actions last week before and during the riot on Congress.

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