Despite 100-degree temperatures, a dozen people rallied outside the Grand Junction office of U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) on Friday, calling on Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold to disqualify the Silt congresswoman from holding office in the future.
‘I Looked But Couldn’t Find Any Successes Connected to the Congresswoman,’ Says Don Coram, Boebert’s GOP Opponent
Democratic candidate Alex Walker, who’s running in the 3rd Congressional District primary race, set the tone during his opening statement at a virtual forum hosted by several local chapters of the nonpartisan League of Women Voters, Wednesday.
After opening the Mesa County Republican Assembly in Grand Junction with a prayer, a singing of the national anthem, and recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, county GOP chairman Kevin McCarney invited his “adopted daughter” Rep. Lauren Boebert to the stage.
Country music and neon Bud Light signs lit up the otherwise dimly lit room Saturday where GOP gubernatorial candidate Heidi Ganahl held a “meet and greet,” in Grand Junction at Warehouse25sixty-five Kitchen+Bar.
At Grand Junction High School yesterday, embattled Mesa County Clerk and Recorder Tina Peters pitched her candidacy for Colorado Secretary of State to GOP caucus-goers who included Mesa County District Attorney Dan Rubinstein.
Two 16-year-old Palisade High School students — Maya McDaniel and Charlotte Allen — thanked school board members at the Feb. 15 Mesa County Valley School District 51 Board of Education meeting for not firing school Superintendent Diana Sirko, Assistant Superintendent Brian Hill, and the director of equity and inclusion, Tracy Gallegos.
The final question posed to each of the six candidates who participated Monday evening in a Senatorial and Gubernatorial Candidate Debate in Grand Junction was perhaps the most revealing: Each candidate was asked for a one-word answer of who they believed won the 2020 U.S. Presidential election.
Mesa County School Board’s New ‘Conservative Bloc’ Proposes Replacing Legal Counsel Without Consulting Other Members
While Mesa County Valley School Board’s three new members – Andrea Haitz, Angela Lema, and Will Jones – ran as a “conservative bloc” and talked about the need for transparency during their campaigns, the trio has been less than transparent regarding one of their first items of business since being sworn in November 30.
Mesa County says it has the backup files claimed to be lost
In mid-September, five Department of Energy (DOE) employees and a journalist toured the Cactus Rat Group area of the Thompson-Yellow Cat Mining District in Grand County, Utah, north of Arches National Park. Here, the landscape is dotted with abandoned uranium mines—approximately 100 in this nearly 6-acre site. More than 3,400 defense-related uranium mines are scattered across the Four Corners region, abandoned prior to state and federal mining and reclamation laws, standards, and regulations established during the 1970s.