The county clerk’s office says they’re seeing more discrepancies when it comes to signatures on ballots. They’re reminding people to sign your normal signature, that matches your voter registration and driver’s license.
Mesa County COVID-19 cases continue to rise, and no one is immune-- including first responders. The Grand Junction Fire Department reported two positive cases and have been working with Mesa County Public Health to contact-trace.
After decades of trying to get a live fire training facility on the western slope, the day has finally come--it’s a four-story building meant to simulate active fires, it is equipped with common household furniture, a fire room, smoke, and movable walls.