Skyrocketing newsprint costs and declining ad revenue drove the decision to cut down on print issues.
The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel says it will convert its Monday and Tuesday print editions to electronic delivery starting Aug. 13.
The city's waterfront was housed junkyards and even a uranium mill. Now there's a brewery and townhomes, and a outdoor recreation park on the way.
While apprehensions at the U.S.-Mexico Border are at historic lows, immigration has become a top issue for Republican voters.
Since forming in 2015, the quartet has become one of the city's most visible live bands.
Outdoors companies including RockyMounts and Timberleaf Teardrop Trailers are drawn to the quality of life and tax breaks.
The artist’s signature works include life-sized horses and large chickens, including a special one in Fruita to commemorate “Mike the Headless Chicken.”
Dr. Dick Fulton is a retired radiologist who has patents for 50 medical devices, with number 51 on the way.
At least 23 American Indian students died at a boarding school in Grand Junction at the turn of the last century. Where they were buried has been lost to time.
Fram Operating LLC's Whitewater development plan calls for drilling more than 100 wells on 26,000 acres near Grand Junction.