Robert Grant

Grand Junction Christmas Lights From the Good Ol’ Days
Christmas lights and decorations have come a long way in the last 70 years. Then again, there's something to be said for the creativity and ingenuity displayed by Grand Junction residents of the 40's, 50's, 60's and 70's. Take a look at Grand Junction Christmas lights and de…
Grand Junction Parades From 60 Years Ago
Grand Junction is gearing up for this weekend's Veterans Day Parade on Main Street. What did a local parade look like 60 years ago? You'll be surprised how little they've changed. Take a look at downtown photos of past parades from the 1950's, 60's, and 70's.
Western Colorado Working Hard 365 Days a Year
Labor Day is close at hand, and it seemed fitting to pay tribute to the hard working men and women of Western Colorado. Winter, summer, spring or fall, Grand Junction peeps work hard 365. Let's take a look at our locals bustin' their buns via the lens of late Daily Sentinel photographer Ro…
Lands End Hill Climb Photos From the Past
The Lands End Hill Climb has entertained racers and crowds for decades. Take a look back at the 50s through the lens of Grand Junction photographer Robert Grant with these images of a Lands End Hill Climb.
Hard Working Grand Junction Residents Through the Years [VIDEOS]
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…
Another Grand Junction Business We Need Back Right Away
If you were in Grand Junction back in the 1970s, you remember Dean's Drive In. If you were around in the 1950s, you can remember what that same location was called before it was known as Dean's. Somebody needs to bring back Grand Junction's "Goofy Gal" right away.

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