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Past articles by Natasha:

Dual Immersion Academy teacher presented with teacher of the year award

The Dual Immersion Academy presented one of its teachers the ‘Air and Space Forces Association Teacher of the Year’ award. → Read More

Fruita Monument graduates reminisce about high school during the pandemic

For these graduates, their high school experience came with a unique set of challenges. These graduates spent their sophomore and junior years navigating the Covid-19 pandemic. → Read More

Mesa County Commissioners approve agreement to move budget to digital format

The software will move the annual budget to an interactive and user-friendly online document. → Read More

Applications now open for cannabis stores in Grand Junction

The City and planning commission have created mandatory buffers. Cannabis shops cannot be placed within 1000 feet from a school, or 500 feet from rehabilitation or treatment facilities. → Read More

Palisade High School graduates 191 students in 2022

The class of 191 graduates walked the stage at Stoker Stadium to receive their diplomas. → Read More

Five drug-related searches conducted Wednesday in Grand Junction and Whitewater

The Colorado Bureau of Investigations believe the incidents are all related. → Read More

Shelledy Elementary takes action for Student Water Awareness Week

The lessons are educating her students in water use and how to conserve and protect the state’s water future. → Read More

Design of new Grand Junction High School nearing completion

The project has finished the design development phase and has entered into the final design phase called ‘construction documents.’ → Read More

Palisade Board of Trustees proposes new downtown sidewalk improvement project

This project would create and improve sidewalks downtown to help pedestrians get around on foot more safely. → Read More

CPW receives grant from Colorado Tree Coalition and Xcel Energy

They will be planted around the campground at the Island Acres section of the park. → Read More

Food assistance fraud in Mesa County

Residents send in tips or referrals, approximately ten a week, to investigators to look into. This results in various disciplinary action. → Read More

Shining the light on organ donors for ‘Donate Life Month’ in April

Allison Vogel’s son Tanner donated his organs after he died in a car accident at age 23. → Read More

Mesa County to update its Master Plan

A survey will be sent out to a randomized number of Mesa County residents. → Read More

Downtown Grand Junction kicks off 5th annual ‘Restaurant Week’

The purpose is to highlight the diverse food, drink and culture of downtown Grand Junction. → Read More

Suspects detained after hours long standoff

It started at 6:30 a.m. Thursday when Grand Junction Police got a report of a burglary at a home on the 1600 block of N. 16th Street. → Read More

Powderhorn Mountain Resort has most successful season on record

Powderhorn set records this season for both longest season and number of skiers. → Read More

New ‘Wildfire Learning Network’ open to the community

The purpose is to proactively educate the community about preventing wildfires. → Read More

Reported shooting in Clifton Saturday evening

It occurred on the 1800 block of Jackson St. at a residence. → Read More

Next steps on the rebuild of Grand Junction High School

The academic areas will be three stories connected through a commons area for performing arts and athletics to save cost and make it so the academic areas could be closed off so the other areas can be used by the community. → Read More

Mesa County Public Health to reduce Covid-19 response

This comes in response to the decrease in Covid-19 illness rates, cases, hospitalizations and deaths in our community. → Read More