Dry heat, high winds and more human-caused fires are among the reasons local fire officials elected to move Mesa County into Stage 1 Fire Restrictions this week.
In its annual post legislative wrap-up Thursday before the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce — for the first time conducted via Zoom — the region’s delegation to Denver said the first part of the 2020 legislative session was fairly normal.
Thousands of face masks will be making their way to local minority, female and veteran-owned small businesses through a nationwide personal protective equipment (PPE) donation program from Lowe’s.
It’s finally Friday evening, gateway to the weekend. Good food and a space to kick back with friends are needed.
Construction work on Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon reached a major milestone this week.
Pay no attention to the fact that it’s a station wagon.
Beginning July 1, anyone using the Loma Boat Launch will be required to have a hunting or fishing license, regardless of what they plan to do on the river that day. The area is one of more than 350 in the state where this new requirement will soon be in effect.
The Daily Sentinel reached out to area restaurants to compile a resource for readers now that restaurants are not allowed to have sit-down dining for 30 days.