Viva El Vino event gives back to local nonprofits

It was wine tasting galore at CMU on Saturday, and it was all for a good cause. It was the 29th annual Viva el Vino event.

The City of Grand Junction was celebrating their parks and trees Saturday, with the 17th annual Southwest Arbor Fest.

The District 51 Board of Education hosted “Coffee With the Board,” an event designed to address school district questions and concerns.

After several years, the 9Health Fair has finally made it back to the Grand Valley.

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