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Past articles by Goldene:

GJPD searching for alleged kidnapping suspect

Grand Junction Police are searching for a known suspect involved in the kidnapping of an adult woman. 26-year-old Jacob Pierce is wanted on several warrants, including 2nd-degree kidnapping, theft, and criminal impersonation, police say. → Read More

Grand Valley Young Life’s “100 Grand” fundraiser begins

Grand Valley Young Life is trying to raise $100,000 in five days.The money will go towards the nine different programs they have to help local youth. → Read More

City of Grand Junction adjusts services as COVID-19 cases rise

The City of Grand Junction is making adjustments to some of its services because of the rise in cases. → Read More

GJPD unveils new patrol cars

Grand Junction Police unveiled their new patrol cars. It’s all thanks to the 2B tax initiative that was passed in 2019. → Read More

Motor vehicle offices closed election day

Just a heads up, all Mesa County DMV’s will be closed Nov. 3. This as all hands on deck are needed for the 2020 presidential elections. → Read More

Chick-fil-A working with the city to address traffic concerns

Chick-fil-A is working with the City of Grand Junction to get a better handle on traffic. → Read More

Independence Academy breaks ground on expansion building

Independence Academy is breaking ground on a new $6.5 million dollar project. Phase two of their expansion is adding an additional 18,000 square feet. → Read More

It’s harvest season for Olathe sweet corn

Reaping the harvest, it’s that season, and one of Western Slope’s Gems, Olathe Sweet Corn, is being plucked and prepped to ship to local stores and to stores around the world. → Read More

CDOT to make improvements to Highway 340

CDOT is preparing to make improvements to Highway 340, so that bikes and those who walk along it can feel more safe. They are working on shoulder improvements. → Read More

Delta City Council voting to censure the mayor

The Delta City Council will vote to censure Mayor Ron Austin on Jan. 7, after some alleged questionable behavior. → Read More

GJPD donates money to local cancer treatment center

The Grand Junction Police Department participated in “No Shave November,” and today they gave all the money they raised to a local cancer treatment center. → Read More

5-year-old BMX rider ranks first in state for his age group

BMX riding is not easy, but one local kid is pedaling as fast as he can...he’s ranked number one in the state for BMX riding within his age group. → Read More

Fourth annual Downtown Art Festival

The fourth annual Downtown Art Festival filled the streets with local artists and vendors. → Read More

Local man being honored for stopping a potential suicide

Over the Summer, Marcus Alexander was on his way home when he noticed a girl on the bridge above Crosby Avenue. Police say his quick action that day could have stopped a possible suicide. → Read More

Five new reports of West Nile Virus in Delta County

It’s been a busy season for West Nile in Delta County. Now health officials are investigating a death they think could be connected to the virus. → Read More

West Nile spotted in the Western Slope

Mosquitos from two trap locations in Mesa Country have tested positive for West Nile. Both traps were in Fruita. → Read More

Students spend the last day of summer vacation at the park

Today, many families and kids were at the park enjoying their last day of summer vacation. → Read More

"WeCan" hosts beach-themed 5K race

Today over 100 people from the community came out to run in Mesa County's, “WeCan” 5k Race. → Read More

HomewardBound helping families and students

A local shelter is making sure they are doing what they can to help students and families in need. → Read More

"Step Up for Down Syndrome" walks at local park

Sunday was the second annual 'Step Up for Down Syndrome' walk with the Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association. → Read More