Entries sought for Comic Con art show

Entries will be accepted through 8 p.m. Aug. 5 for a juried art show scheduled as part of the upcoming Mesa County Libraries Comic Con in Grand Junction. Mesa County residents may submit two entries as digital images at no charge. Prizes will be awarded in each of three age group for entrants 11 and […]

Grand Junction recognized for sister city efforts

Grand Junction has received recognition for assistance provided in El Espino, its sister city in El Salvador. Grand Junction won Sister Cities International Innovation Awards for 2019 for youth and education and professional and technical assistance. The youth and education Award recognized a scholarship program, while the technical assistance award was presented for an annual […]

Firm releases new version of internet marketing platform

A Grand Junction company has released a new version of its on-demand, flat-fee internet marketing platform. MySalesButler.com brokers a variety of technical teams with specialized skills to help businesses with internet marketing without hiring staff or vendors. “The work to curate, organize and productize 55 featured services was a monumental task for our team. After […]

Grand Junction business joins U-Haul network

Hwy 50 Self Storage in Grand Junction has become a U-Haul dealer and offers U-Haul trucks, trailers and towing equipment as well as boxes and moving supplies. Located at 2739 U.S. Highway 50 on Orchard Mesa, Hwy 50 Self-Storage is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekdays and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturdays. Customers […]

Chamber starts process to fill board positions

Letters will be accepted through Aug. 1 from people interested in serving on the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. Five positions on the board will be filled in an election this fall. Terms will begin in January and run through the end of 2023. Board members attend monthly meetings and other […]

St. Mary’s Foundation receives grant in effort to address opioid addictions

The SCL Health St. Mary’s Foundation in Grand Junction has received a $200,000 grant under an effort to address opioid addictions. The Health Resources and Service Administration Federal Office for Rural Communities Opioid Response Programs awarded the grant to help fund efforts to prevent and treat opioid addictions. The St. Mary’s Foundation will work with […]

Montrose veterinary clinic operates canine blood bank

A Montrose veterinary clinic stocks fresh blood for emergency treatments for dogs in Western Colorado. San Juan Veterinary Clinic makes fresh blood available to veterinary practices from the only canine blood bank in the region. Advances in veterinary care have increased the demand for blood and blood banking services, said Chris Franklin, owner of the […]