Tag Archives: Grand Junction

Club 20 to Discuss Public Land Management

club 20-229There will be a Public Lands Transfer Forum held by CLUB 20 in Grand Junction on December 11th. The meeting will be a discussion from experts on both sides of the issue regarding federal land transfers Continue reading

BLM NWRAC to Meet in Grand Junction Next Month

BLMThe Bureau of Land Management’s Northwest Resource Advisory Council will meet December 4th in Grand Junction. Agenda items include a presentation on the volunteer efforts in the Little Book Cliffs Wild Horse Range, consideration of a resolution urging more support for volunteer Continue reading

Victims of Car Crash in Stable Condition

RIO-BLANCO-COUNTY-SHERIFF-3As of yesterday morning, all passengers in Wednesday’s rollover accident on Highway 64 near Meeker are stable. Three of the passengers, 21-year old Gabrielle Garzon, 18-year old Zachary Williams, and a 16-year old boy, and the driver 19-year old Jessica Johns were flown to Saint Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction after the Continue reading

Rollover Crash Injures 5 in Rio Blanco County

RIO-BLANCO-COUNTY-SHERIFF-3Yesterday afternoon, the Rio Blanco Communications Center was notified of a one-car rollover crash about four and a half miles west of Meeker on State Highway 64 with multiple victims being injured. The first Deputy to arrive found one occupant had been ejected, the driver was partially ejected and the other three Continue reading

Predator Class Offered in Grand Junction

colorado parksColorado Parks and Wildlife is offering novices a unique opportunity to learn the basics of trapping and predator calling at a one-evening only seminar later this month in Grand Junction. Among the topics to be discussed include the various types of predator calls and decoys, the differences between day and night calling, Continue reading

Gubernatorial Candidates Making Final Pitches to Voters

JOHN-HICKENLOOPER-300BEAUPREZColorado’s gubernatorial contest is still too close to call and with days to go both candidates are making final pitches to voters in the battleground swing state. Both Democratic Governor John Hickenlooper Continue reading

Udall Tour Won’t Bring Senator to Northwest Colorado

mark-udall-300Once again, Senator Mark Udall is embarking on what he calls a “statewide tour”, that will completely miss Northwest Colorado. The senator’s “Mark Your Ballot” tour will canvass the Front Range, and a few Western Slope communities. The closest Udall will get to our area is Grand Junction and Glenwood Springs. Continue reading

Movie Expected to be Boon for Western Colorado

tarantinoState officials say western Colorado businesses will probably get a significant share of the $9.3 million in vendor spending that writer-director Quentin Tarantino’s next film is expected to bring to the state. Filming on “The Hateful Eight” is expected to begin within weeks on a ranch near Telluride. Colorado Office of Film, Television and Media Director Donald Zuckerman says says he expects Tarantino’s production company to rent some Continue reading

CNCC Receives Two Grants for Science Department

CNCC-3001Colorado Northwestern Community College (CNCC) has received a couple of grants for their science departments. The college announced they’ve received $10,000 grants from The Bacon Family Continue reading

Joe Meyer Named Northwest Colorado District Manager of BLM

BLMThe Bureau of Land Management has named long-time employee Joe Meyer as the new Northwest Colorado District Manager based in Grand Junction. Meyer comes to BLM Colorado from Wyoming, where he has been the Field Manager for the BLM Casper Field Office since Continue reading

Hickenlooper and Beauprez Debate

BEAUPREZJOHN-HICKENLOOPER-300Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Beauprez challenged Democratic Governor John Hickenlooper to answer whether he intends to grant clemency to a Continue reading

Club 20 to Hold Candidate Debates Tomorrow

club 20-229CLUB 20’s Fall Meeting and Candidate Debates will be held on today and tomorrow in Grand Junction. The event enables members to engage with local, state and federal elected and Continue reading