School donations will help Salvation Army feed more than 600 families

The Grand Junction Salvation Army says donations from our local schools account for most of the food that feeds more than 600 families.They also help make up thousands of toy and clothes donations too.

Intellitec College cut the cost for dozens of people getting haircuts today. Helping support our homeless and low income population with free haircuts by students at the college.

Construction is underway on a new gas station off of I-70 in Palisade. The project includes a large sign, which has caused some controversy in the community.

Staff at Wine Country Inn are planning big things for the ballroom and kitchen, and the restaurant will move to the front of the hotel.

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