Two Mesa County women were honored Saturday morning for their work in the social field.
The Ela Sanctuary on the Colorado River is getting a makeover this weekend as community corrections workers embark on a Tamarisk removal project.
Mesa State will soon be adding another program to its Business Administration Degree.
A recent economic growth report shows that Grand Junction has sustainable growth, even through hard times.
A lawsuit filed against Mesa County Valley School District 51 was dismissed by a federal judge.
It was a competitive three days for those who participated in the Grand Junction Police Department's recruiting process.
A man was rushed to the hospital after a train ran over his foot. The man's foot could not be saved and according to authorities it was just a freak accident.
Grand Junction will re-bid the first phase of a major flood control project, this after several allegations arose about the original bidding process.
Oil shale exploration continues along the Western Slope and one major player talked with residents Wednesday on the progress.
This week's Grand Valley Power Student of the Week chose to follow in the footsteps of a teacher who made a lasting impression.
Cookies, doughnuts and bread thrown about. That was the scene after Patsy White came crashing through Holsum Bakery. Officials say White was trying to park at the bakery on Patterson Road. But instead of hitting the brake white stepped on the accelerator and that sent her through the storefront.
With years and years of exposure to loud noises, our hearing slowly starts to weaken.
School District 51 board members voted Tuesday to approve $1M in funds to help with new facilities at Mesa State College.
Hundreds packed the Montrose Pavilion tonight, all for the Montrose Economic Development Corporation's 50th anniversary celebration and to hear Governor Bill Ritter's take on development.