Massive Mesa Colorado Log Home Features Three Fire Places, Shooting Range and Lodge
This amazing property in Mesa, Colorado is so much more than just a home. In addition to a luxurious home that is amazing in every way, there is an incredible lodge, a large RV garage, a 2-car garage, a shop, and a 100-yard shooting range. Yet, this only barely begins to tell the story of this property.
A Guide to the Different Types of Driver’s Licenses in Colorado
If only climbing into a semi-trailer or a dump truck with the keys meant you were qualified to drive it down Horizon Drive in Grand Junction. Can't just hop on a motorcycle either? Come on, Colorado. Driver's license classifications are a thing in Colorado, and like in most states, they...
Sunshine to return to valleys as mountain snow wraps up tomorrow
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT) - The next round of snowfall has returned to the mountains, and throughout the remainder of our Sunday, this will become scattered across the Western Slope. In the valleys, cloud cover will hang around and stay under overcast skies. Low temperatures for Grand Junction and Montrose will fall in the lower twenties and upper teens.
MCSO arrests burglary suspects
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX) — The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office has arrested four individuals in relation to a burglary that happened in the 3300 block of F Road Grand Junction. MCSO investigators executed search warrants and reportedly discovered a plethora of stolen guns and property. Officers with the BattleWest Task Force, Grand Junction Police Department, […]
St. Mary’s opposes bill aiming to limit facility fees
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - St. Mary’s joined the fight against HB23-1215. House Bill 1215, sponsored by four Democrats, aimed to lower the cost of facility fees at health care facilities. The Colorado Hospital Association has already openly opposed the bill and said it would limit patient care. Brian...
Reisher Scholars Program
Providing opportunities to make higher education accessible to all students. In this edition of the CMUnow Presidential Podcast, Colorado Mesa University President John Marshall sat down with three Reisher Scholar students to discuss the Reisher Scholars Program. The students shared their positive experiences with the program and highlighted its many benefits, including financial stability, a strong support system and access to additional resources. They explained how these resources helped them overcome challenges and achieve success, emphasizing the program's importance in making higher education accessible to all students.
Mesa Ridge celebrates state title
Mesa Ridge held a special pep rally to honor the boy's basketball team which completed a 28-0 season with the school's first state title. The wrestling teams were also honored, as Isabella Cross was recognized as the first girl's state champion wrestler from Mesa Ridge.
Meet our Pet of the Week, Indie
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX) — Meet our Pet of the Week, Indie, from the Roice-Hurst Humane Society.
Grand Junction’s Picks for Worst Roads + Drivers in Colorado
We've all encountered unfavorable driving conditions throughout our lives. Sometimes the unpleasant trip down the road is due to another driver, or drivers, and sometimes it's just the roads themselves that ruin our day. Bad drivers and bad roads are something every motorist finds themself dealing with at one time...
Grand Junction opening charter schools amidst public school closure
Ascent Academy has closed on the building that housed the Rocky Mountain Gun Club, smoothing the way for their planned opening at the end of this year. But there's a lot under the surface for this charter school.
2023 Maverick Classic Beer Festival
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KREX) — Get ready for some bikes and beers in Downtown Grand Junction this Saturday and Sunday for the 2nd annual Maverick Classic Beer Festival. The races begin at 11 a.m., and the beer festival starts at 2 p.m. on Saturday. This year, 12 breweries are planning to attend the event; Parking […]
Who’s Moving In At This Grand Junction Shopping Plaza?
Something is going on at the Monument Village plaza on Broadway in Grand Junction, Colorado. Who's moving in?. For some time now a handful of units have gone unoccupied at this plaza. If you drive by today, you'll see crews working on the signage. It appears as though a new business is moving in.
LOOK: Grand Junction Colorado has an Impressive Model Train Track
The city of Grand Junction, Colorado, and surrounding areas are filled with cool things that are pretty well-known. For example, if you take a trip downtown you're pretty likely to run into some cool art on the street, you can check out real-life dinosaur bones just down the road in Fruita, and if you're on the hunt for peaches or wine, Palisade is the place to be.
3 D51 principals leave this year
D51 High schools will undergo big change at the end of this school year with three of the four principals leaving.
Rain and snow still not done yet
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - The widespread mountain snow and valley rain from the opening half of the week is gone, but rain and snow are still not quite done with the Western Slope just yet. Rest of Today. The morning started off with a little bit of snow falling...
Step Back in Time: Explore Grand Junction’s Most Historic Homes
Grand Junction is a great place to seek out historic homes. They are peppered all over the historic district and in some of the much older areas of town, and sometimes they can sneak up on you. How many houses in Grand Junction do you think are over 100 years...
Governor’s affordable housing plan will have direct impact on GJ housing
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - The Federal Reserve once again raised interest rates by a quarter-point. It’s the ninth increase in a year, in an effort to balance the high inflation rate with the current “crisis” in the banking industry. Interest rate hikes make it more expensive...
Municipal elections approaching
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) - Mark your calendars. The municipal election is just a little over a week away. “So this certainly isn’t the first time that the city has run an election or been involved in an election,” said Sara Spaulding. But it is the first time...
Athletes of the Week: De Villegas-Decker, Balding, and Palisade Girl’s Soccer
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT) - District 51 may be on spring break right now, but that isn’t slowing down the Palisade Bulldogs Girl’s Soccer Team. Despite the weather conditions this week being anything other than what you may think of when you think of spring break, the Bulldogs are hard at work practicing.
Bill to prioritize apprenticeships, boost Colorado’s workforce passes committee
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT) - New legislation to boost Colorado’s workforce passed through the House Education Committee today. HB23-1212 passed the committee by a 10-1 vote. The bill would create apprenticeships through the Colorado Department of Education and trade industries for graduating students. It would also create a requirement...
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