In front of a Democratic controlled Congress the President outlined a new domestic agenda, but his top priority was defending his decision to send more US troops to Iraq.
Updated: 7:51 AM
Soon there will be a new choice in Mesa County when it comes to public education--Caprock Academy.
Updated: 11:28 PM
Colorado Senator Ken Salazar offered his remarks following President Bush's State of the Union Address Tuesday night.
Updated: 11:29 PM
The week of January 22nd is known, around the world, as the most depressing time of the year.
Updated: 9:09 AM
It was a heated competition as local restaurants and caterers squared off to win Best in Show, Best Theme and Best in Taste at the 2007 Home Loan Taste of the Grand Valley.
Updated: 9:03 AM
Although the weather isn't great for lounging outside the Kiwanis Golden K Club wants the Tree House Organization to be ready for spring.
Updated: 9:05 PM
"You have reached the Colorado Department of Transportation's Road Hotline." With just a three–digit call travelers in Colorado can now get the latest in road conditions across the state-- and much of the west.
Updated: 8:49 AM
Parents and teens don't always see eye to eye and that can make for some tense times at home. But now there's a new program in town that can help.
Updated: 8:42 PM
After a week and a half without power, the Central Branch of the Mesa County Library District is back up and running.
Updated: 8:44 PM
The Colorado Department of Transportation will hold its' second public meeting on the future of the I–70B corridor Wednesday night.
Updated: 9:10 PM
Two possible waste water facilities in De Beque continue to concern residents of that town, prompting some to form a grass roots organization.
Updated: 9:07 PM
It was a controversial ruling 34 years ago that brought people together Monday night in Grand Junction.
Updated: 11:52 PM
An Orchard Mesa elementary school is short thousands of dollars needed for the purchase of new playground equipment.
Updated: 8:59 PM
Every year the Home Loan Taste of the Grand Valley gets bigger and bigger every year. The event is the largest fund-raising effort put forth by the United Way of Mesa County, and there's a lot of work involved when it comes to putting on an event this size.
Updated: 8:10 PM
A Grand Junction man who served more than 15 years in the Army, recently had his foot amputated after a 2003 accident in Iraq left him with extensive injuries.
Updated: 3:27 PM
With such extreme weather this past month, the Grand Junction Fire Department has been responding to more weather related injuries.
Updated: 6:38 PM
A long time Western Slope politician will join Governor Bill Ritter in Denver to tackle a large part of Ritter's "Colorado Promise."
Posted: 11:14 PM
The Grand Valley is known to many for its numerous golf courses and its near year round golfing season, but this year is a little different.
Updated: 8:42 PM
The legislative session has only been underway for a little more than a week, and already State Representative Bernie Buescher has some bills in the works.
Updated: 6:38 PM
Friday night's robbery at a Clifton video store wiped the cash register clean, but the store owner says he isn't concerned with the loss of money.
Posted: 4:17 PM
A former member of the New Zealand Parliament was the guest speaker Friday at the Mesa County Republicans Luncheon.
Updated: 6:41 PM
A convicted sex offender who was wanted after he failed to register his address in Mesa Ccounty is now behind bars.
Updated: 6:42 PM
The Low Income Energy Assistance Program or LEAP helps thousands of Coloradoans afford the added cost of heating their homes in the winter, but this year there's not as much money to go around.
Updated: 6:43 PM
If you missed last week's post–inauguration meet–and–greet in Denver, you'll have a chance tomorrow to meet with Governor Bill Ritter.
Updated: 6:44 PM
Child seat specialists at the Mesa County Health Department say they haven't had anyone call them in the wake of Consumer Reports magazine's retraction of a child safety seat article yesterday.
Posted: 4:25 PM
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