Mesa County Commissioners

Lake Mead
U.S. Geological Survey

  • Mesa County Commissioners name former Secretary of State Wayne Williams their new top election official, as current Secretary of State's investigation into Mesa County Clerk Tina Peters continues
  • Funding begins to flow as shortage of licensed childcare facilities intensifies
  • Governor Polis urges CDPHE to mandate vaccines for personnel caring for vulnerable populations
  • Climate change makes it hard to predict when water shortage in lower Colorado River basin will end
  • Kate Redmond speaks with Delta Hospital pulmonologist Sara Knutson about COVID-19

Kate Redmond

  • Residents threaten civil war if commissioners don't declare Mesa County a constitutional sanctuary
  • Black Canyon National Park & Curecanti Rec Area enact Stage 1 fire restrictions
  • Lumber futures dropped 41% from May to July
  • Colorado River water managers could be back at negotiating table soon
  • Apollo Rodriquez speaks to Amy DeLuca about Final Saturday events in Paonia
  • Kate Redmond reports on DA Seth Ryan's press conference, announcing no charges against Delta County Sheriff's Deputy Noah Davis for the shooting of Paige Pierce

  • Hundreds attend Delta County school board meeting to protest comprehensive sex ed program that hasn't been adopted by the district
  • Mesa County Commissioners open third round of hiring for new county attorney
  • Palisade Peach Festival will return in August
  • Black lawmakers in Colorado relieved jury convicted officer in murder of George Floyd
  • Robyn Vincent checks up on bold police reforms passed by Colorado lawmakers last year

  • Congressman Tipton interview with KDNK, supports SECURE Energy Act
  • US Forest Service grants approval for Bowie Mine lease expansion
  • Mesa County Commissioners contract to rebuild road near Collbran
  • Growing list of lawmakers support moving BLM headquarters to Grand Junction
  • GOP tax overhaul will leave over 235 thousand Coloradans without insurance