Tim Kral and Teri Roth prepare to make another humanitarian mission trip to the Navajo Nation on August 25. Donations welcome and accepted at Downtown Vineyard Church on August 16.
Armed counter-protestors appeared at the Grand Junction City Council meeting on Wednesday evening.
Pioneering women’s wellness and childbirth center Mesa Midwives closes its doors after 37 years.
Does the current wave of activism and protests signal a new era of social and racial justice for the Western Slope?
Fruita kindergartner Lila Harvey is collecting donations for people dealing with houselessness and poverty.
Latino activist and lifetime Mesa County resident Jose Luis Chavez shares his stories of social justice activism.
CMU students held a peaceful rally near the university to remind passing Grand Junction that Black Lives Still Matter.
Meet Habanero, Rango, and Banshee, Roice-Hurst Humane Society’s Pets of the Week!
Commissioner Scott McInnis accused citizens who refer to officer-involved killings as “murder” of defamation during statement issued at public meeting.
Local citizens express concern over the houseless, teachers returning to school, and transit union workers during today’s county commissioners’ meeting.