Grand Junction residents are known for being a hard working group of people. Let's face it, life on the Western Slope can have its challenges, and it takes some tough cookies to get things done. Check out a few videos comprised of Robert Grant photos, showing just how hard Western Colorado work…
A Colorado mother and son have stepped in to save the life of an abandoned and injured baby elk. If you are the mood to feel good about the human race, take a look at the video above. The Estes Park Police Department contacted the vet regarding the injured elk...
Do you remember last year when we shared the story or a Western Colorado oil field worker who was seeing an inordinate number of rattlesnakes while on the job? Well, it seems as though the summer of 2017 is going to be a repeat. Look who just dropped in for a visit.
Do you like axe-throwing? Do you like beer? Who doesn't? Have you frequently found yourself saying, "If only there were some place we could go out tonight to drink a few beers AND throw axes"? Guess what's coming to Denver?
Somebody get this bear a lounge gig at the nearest Ramada Inn. A very musically inclined bear tickled the ivories during an uninvited visit to a home in Vail, Colorado last week. Personally, I've heard a heck of a lot worse.
One of Grand Junction's best hikes also happens to be one of the most overlooked. If you're in the market for a good three to four-hour hike complete with a special attraction, make Holy Cross your next adventure.
Western Slope Honor Flight had the privilege of sending World War II vets from the Valley to Washington DC to visit their memorial. Take a look back at three of the five flights to the World War II Memorial.