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Snowpack Above Average Across Colorado

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) — Colorado’s snowpack is above average around the state.

Snow levels in all basins were above 100 percent of normal on Wednesday, ranging from 128 percent in the southwestern Colorado to 103 percent in the Laramie and North Platte basin in northern Colorado. 65 more words


2 Men Charged After Teen's Body Found In Suitcase

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (CBS4)– Two man have been charged in connection with a Grand Junction woman’s body found in a suitcase.

Raymond Cordova of Grand Junction and Eduardo Delacruz of Utah have been charged with abuse or desecration of a human body and obstructing justice. 61 more words


3 Arrested For Running Illegal Marijuana Delivery Service

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (CBS4)– Police have arrested three suspects for allegedly running an illegal marijuana delivery service in Grand Junction.

Investigators say the operation was sophisticated with business cards, a website and advertising on social media. 53 more words


Hunter Pleads Guilty In Death Of Grand Junction Teen

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (CBS4) – A Minnesota hunter has pleaded guilty in the accidental shooting and killing of a 14-year-old boy on Colorado’s Western Slope in September of last year. 60 more words


Crag Crest Trail in Grand Junction, Colorado

by Visit Grand Junction

source: http://www.visitgrandjunction.com/crag-crest-trail-grand-junction-colorado

The Crag’s Crest trail in Grand Mesa is one of the area’s most dramatic trails.

 The spectacular Crag Crest Trail is literally atop the spine of… 733 more words

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Poop power runs city vehicles in one Colorado town

Click to enlargePhoto/City of Grand Junction

No matter how you spin it, the business of raw sewage isn’t sexy. But in Colorado, the city of Grand Junction is making huge strides to reinvent their wastewater industry – and the result is like finding a diamond in the sludge.

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Grand Junction, Colorado: Das neue Aspen?

Die Grundstückspreise steigen, an den Berghängen kleben die ersten teuren Chalets, und Downtown findet man die ersten Nobelrestaurants, wo ein Steak gerne mal 85 Dollar kostet: Das Provinzstädtchen Grand Junction in Colorado schickt sich an, dem Edelskiressort Aspen Konkurrenz zu machen. 1,219 more words