The protest was organized by the Stop the Mandate group here in Grand Junction. Their goal is to stop the state board of health mandate that requires health care workers to be vaccinated by November 1.
If you need to update your information or a ballot replacement, you will have to visit one of the three polling locations, which are the elections office in Grand Junction, the Dinosaur Journey Museum in Fruita, and the community center in Palisade.
The marching bands return to Stocker Stadium with their musical instruments, colorful uniforms, and fun performances to compete for a spot in the finale. In front of a panel of ten judges to earn their spot to the Colorado Bandmasters Association State Marching Band Festival.
Grand Junction’s Downtown Business Improvement District is planning on some new mural projects and a food truck court for the upcoming year. The district is eyeing plans for 2022 as the city finalizes its budget.
Grand Valley veterans rely on the Veterans’ Affairs Western Colorado Health Care System. Grand Junction veteran Scott Lyons is saying his bill for care referred to outside of the VA system is where there is an issue.