What sets Many Rivers beer apart from all the other Colorado brews, is that 100 percent of the profits are donated to river conservation.
Though the weather in spring and winter can be unpredictable, the outlook is still good.
The property is going to have something for everyone: RV hook ups, tent sites by the river, and also a couple of suites in an existing house on the property.
Richard Wobbekind, an associate dean for the Colorado University Lead’s School of Business, said that even though the Mesa County economy has been struggling, things are looking up.
Millions of people wake up early every year on the Friday after Thanksgiving to brave the crowds and the cold to buy the perfect gift.
The Fruita Chamber of Commerce said more than 20 businesses in Fruita will stock their shelves for the Saturday shopping spree.
Downtown Grand Junction’s Seasons to Follow put the pumpkins away and brought out everything you need to deck the halls.
It may feel like the harvest season has just begun, but some of the valley's Farmer's Markets are closing this month.
Owners hope that this construction will revitalize the area and give a boost to the Montrose economy.
Crews with the horizon drive project tell KJCT they will open one lane Wednesday night at 6 p.m. for a 24-hour test. They plan to fully open all lanes by Friday.
The City of Grand Junction is looking to sell or lease the Two Rivers Convention Center building. The 42-year-old property has been losing money during the last few years, according to city officials.
The non-profit is in need of supplies, food, cat litter, and of course volunteers, given the high number of animals looking for a home.
The De Beque Canyon Winery has been in business since 1997, but this weekend marked the grand opening of the new tasting room.
De Beque Canyon Winery is a family business, 3 generations working and operating the winery daily from 10 a.m.--6 p.m.
The bar was a grant recipient and named a commercial catalyst of the North Avenue Revitalization Program.
A whole city block in downtown Grand Junction now has endless opportunities. A 2.5-acre lot with a 15,000 square-foot building is now up for grabs.
Several local businesses honored on Wednesday for participating in the School to Work Alliance Program (S.W.A.P.).
Thousands of people came to Palisade to smell the lavender at the sixth annual Lavender Festival this weekend.
At Graff Dairy, it's also about the people behind the counter—the dairy is working to put local teens back on the right track.