Supporters of local organization “RAW” (Right and Wrong) spoke to Grand Junction City Council members after they marched from Lincoln Park. This was called the “Oppressed People’s March,” where members of RAW, the LGBTQ community, Hispanic people, and any other groups could come together.
Teacher with D51 returned to the classroom, and this year with a lot more changes this previous years. Teachers wore masks as they set up their classrooms, and desks had to be placed six feet apart to align with social distancing guidelines.
With more than 280 total positive cases to date and younger demographics leading the case column, a question is circulating on social media: Could Mesa County lose its variance from state orders? Currently, under Phase 2 of the county’s reopening plan, it’s a long shot.
Montrose County School District has released its “return to learn” plan for the upcoming school year. Parents and staff have until Wednesday, Aug. 5, to choose from remote learning, or in-person learning.
While doing data entry for a voter, the election worker discovered a man named Larry Talbert was trying to change their information to someone who had been dead since 1982… and been marked as an active voter again.
Fall sports at CMU is getting the green light to start practice next month, but how will things look in the midst of a pandemic? A lot of testing, that’s what the university has in mind so far. Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) says practices can begin on Aug. 24 and competition can start on Sept. 14.