Governor Jared Polis extended the Safer at Home executive order, which includes the last call order. What does that mean for Mesa County?Right now, bars and restaurants can decide when their last call is, as long as a person finishes their drink by 11:30 p.m.Mesa County says they’ll be looking into the possibility of making a slight change to that.
A new poll released Thursday morning from the House Majority PAC shows Democratic candidate Diane Mitsch-Bush holds a narrow lead over Republican candidate Lauren Boebert in the race for Colorado’s Third Congressional District.
2020 marks A decade of Xcel’S Day of Service in Colorado, and on Sept. 17 local folks took part by coming together to build bird boxes. Volunteers with the energy company, RiversEdge West, and the Bureau of Reclamation built the bird boxes.
In honor of constitution week, Daughters of the American Revolution celebrated with one local school. The non-profit took a visit to Monument Ridge Elementary to present the school with a flag that was flown over the U.S. Capitol on July 10.
Local agencies have assumed control of the fire from the Incident Teams that have since left to go battle flames out west. With the fire currently 95% contained and no expected growth being predicted, the main focus of the fire are rehabilitation efforts to the land that has been scorched.
Another local business is feeling the effects of COVID-19, and it’s a closure that will also have an impact on travelers coming to Grand Junction by train. This comes after Amtrak announced that they will be reducing their long distance service.
The Lincoln Park Pool will close on September 27 for the year, which leaves you a couple of weeks to get into the pool. However, after its closure, the Orchard Mesa pool will open just one day later on the 28th.
St. Mary’s is celebrating first responders this week to thank them for keeping the valley safe. St. Mary’s says they know first responders' jobs pose a challenge everyday, and now even more-so in the middle of the pandemic, wildfires, and other things.
The U.S. Postal Service has asked a federal judge in Colorado to reconsider an order barring it from continuing to distribute a mailer that the state says contains confusing information about Colorado’s mail-in voting system.