BLM Grand Junction

  • Capitol Coverage of first day of Legislative Session
  • In depth update of BLM's move of HQ to Grand Junction

  • Delta County Republicans usher in New Year, rally in Delta
  • Representative Matt Soper visits Israel, prepares for new session
  • Bird migration patterns through Colorado disrupted by climate change
  • BLM makes long anticipated HQ move to Grand Junction

  • Appeals court rules ACA requirement is unconstitutional; 600K Coloradans impacted
  • AAA predicts gas prices in Colorado will go down after Christmas
  • BLM says 40 jobs, not 27 as originally thought, will go to Grand Junction HQ
  • Endangered species found living in what will be the next Colorado state park

  • Former BLM officials lobby lawmakers not to fund move West
  • Critics say BLM move to Grand Junction will lessen the agency's influence
  • Newest recreation trend in Colorado relies on water supplies

  • BLM move to Grand Junction creates mixed reactions
  • 40 percent of BLM jobs moving West will come to Colorado
  • Legacy of uranium mining in West manifests in Colorado River cleanup

  • After mild summer, 4 wildfires still burning in Colorado
  • Invasive species of grass adds to wildfire danger around the West
  • BLM will share building with oil companies in Grand Junction

  • New mental health service provider opens in Montrose
  • National lawmakers begin discussion of moving BLM to Grand Junction
  • Delta County releases update on West Nile Virus among humans

  • Nelson Ditch fire outside Norwood, Arizona wildfires contribute to heavy smoke in region
  • Attorney General Phil Weiser meeting and greeting on the Western Slope
  • Weiser says local mental health resources, drug prevention programs needed
  • Reactions to the BLM moving part of its headquarters, 27 jobs to Grand Junction

Headlines:

  • Washington state puts pot jobs up for bid
  • Colorado NORML officials work to enact Amendment 64 regulations
  • ATV users challenge BLM's new RMP draft for Mesa County¬† public lands
  • Fatality at Winter X Games for first time in 18 years

Headlines:

  • Grand Junction BLM hosts open houses, seeks RMP comments
  • BLM withdraws three parcels near Dinosaur National Monument from sale
  • First gun control bill in State Legislature defeated by Dems
  • Sheriffs McKee, Dunlap attend pro-gun rally in Delta
  • KVNF intern reports on attitudes toward school

Headlines:

  • Legislature takes up issue of gun control
  • State debates accepting federal health insurance money, job creation
  • BLM Grand Junction office welcomes comment on RMP
  • 670 hospitalized cases of the flu so far in Colorado; vaccination urged
  • Rusty water in Paonia not dangerous
  • Elk Creek Mine hopes to stabilize and re-open within a week