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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
North Avenue name may remainThe Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce has changed their mind and decided not t
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted an hour ago
The Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce has changed their mind and decided not to support the North Avenue name change. Since August, there have been back and forth arguments on whether changing North Ave to University Blvd. is a good idea. Grand... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Rules of the Roadto get lighter earlier and stay dark through the early morning hours. Multiple
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted 2 hours ago
to get lighter earlier and stay dark through the early morning hours. Multiple agencies have arrested two men from Grand Junction and one from Delta during a nationwide initiative targeting those responsible for child sex... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Domestic Violence Awareness Monthto get lighter earlier and stay dark through the early morning hours. Multiple
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted 2 hours ago
to get lighter earlier and stay dark through the early morning hours. Multiple agencies have arrested two men from Grand Junction and one from Delta during a nationwide initiative targeting those responsible for child sex... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Three Local Men Arrested in Sex Trafficking StingKJCT - Multiple agencies have arrested two men from Grand Junction and one fr
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted 2 hours ago
KJCT - Multiple agencies have arrested two men from Grand Junction and one from Delta during a nationwide initiative targeting those responsible for child sex trafficking. Hilltops Latimer House is... Read more
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FOX 31 Denver
3 western Colorado men arrested in FBI’s sex trafficking operationGRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – At least three men from western Colorado were arrested
FOX 31 Denver / Posted 3 hours ago
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – At least three men from western Colorado were arrested as part of the FBI’s nationwide effort to rescue victims of underage sex trafficking, Grand Junction police said. 49-year-old William Stephenson and 28-year-old Steele... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Entertainment Briefs: Oct. 20–26and salad bar and Saturday is soup and salad. Call 242-7835 for information. G
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 7 hours ago
and salad bar and Saturday is soup and salad. Call 242-7835 for information. GJ artist selected for veterans arts show Grand Junction artist and Army veteran Rebecca Dierickx is participating in the 2017 National Veterans Creative Arts... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Death Notices, Oct. 18, 2017 ■ Former Grand Junction resident Retired Lt. Cmdr. Darold P. Green, 78, Pitts
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 10 hours ago
■ Former Grand Junction resident Retired Lt. Cmdr. Darold P. Green, 78, Pittsfield, Massachusetts, died Sept. 5, 2017. Burial will be at sea in the Atlantic Ocean with full military honors conducted by the U.S.... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
October 19, 2017community a great place for business and personal prosperity flourish. DR. KEN
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 10 hours ago
community a great place for business and personal prosperity flourish. DR. KEN HAPTONSTALLSuperintendent of District 51 Grand Junction One major challenge in our changing nation is school funding The face of our nation is changing. Compared... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Colorado woman gets away unharmed after train rolls over herGRAND JUNCTION — A Colorado woman who fell asleep on train tracks was unharmed
Summit Daily News / Posted 11 hours ago
GRAND JUNCTION — A Colorado woman who fell asleep on train tracks was unharmed after being rolled over by a train. The Daily Sentinel reports the woman fell asleep on the tracks near Whitewater on Sunday. Lands End Fire Protection District Fire... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
Amazon deadline, wild horses and more: 5 Things to Know for Thursday, Oct. 19horses and burros The Bureau of Land Management's National Wild Horse and Burr
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 14 hours ago
horses and burros The Bureau of Land Management's National Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Board are meeting today in Grand Junction to discuss the pressing challenges of wild horse and burro overpopulation on public lands and the impacts they... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
October 19, 2017tax dollars will be in good hands with a vote for Dr. Amy Davis — parent, educa
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 16 hours ago
tax dollars will be in good hands with a vote for Dr. Amy Davis — parent, educator, and physician. MICHAEL J. PRAMENKO M.D.Grand Junction Those taking a knee during anthem are today’s patriots I find it interesting that Mr. Brownlee discusses the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Vote yes on 3A, 3Brecent weeks, we’ve heard community leaders like state Rep. Dan Thurlow, Colora
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 16 hours ago
recent weeks, we’ve heard community leaders like state Rep. Dan Thurlow, Colorado Mesa University President Tim Foster and Grand Junction Economic Development Partnership Executive Director Kristi Pollard, along with real estate agents, job... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
A cavalcade of wisdomrename it Starfleet Boulevard, although it throws my idea of Photon Torpedo Cou
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 16 hours ago
rename it Starfleet Boulevard, although it throws my idea of Photon Torpedo Court into complete disarray. Rick Wagner is a Grand Junction attorney who maintains a political blog, The War on Wrong. He can be reached at .(JavaScript must be enabled... Read more
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Perth Now
Man killed after car crashes into treeA MAN has been killed after the car he was driving crashed into a tree at Hope
Perth Now / Posted 16 hours ago
A MAN has been killed after the car he was driving crashed into a tree at Hope Valley. Emergency services were called to Grand Junction Rd, where the car had crashed into a tree, just after 3.30pm on Monday. The driver and sole occupant of the car,... Read more
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New York Post
Woman miraculously unharmed after being rolled over by trainGRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — A Colorado woman who fell asleep on train tracks was un
New York Post / Posted 20 hours ago
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — A Colorado woman who fell asleep on train tracks was unharmed after being rolled over by a train. Lands End Fire Protection District Fire Chief Brian Lurvey said the woman was already up and off the tracks by the time first... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Two pedestrians hit, killed within hours of each otherhours earlier, a man died after he was struck by a car on Patterson Road near R
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 21 hours ago
hours earlier, a man died after he was struck by a car on Patterson Road near Raelynn Street on Tuesday, according to the Grand Junction Police Department. Two people died Wednesday in separate vehicle-pedestrian accidents that happened about 10... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Kudos for wild horse operationcomments to the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Commi
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 21 hours ago
comments to the Bureau of Land Management’s Wild Horse and Burro Advisory Committee, which heard public comments Tuesday in Grand Junction. The BLM works with the Friends of the Mustang to control the population of the wild horses that live in the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Sports Briefs, Oct. 18, 2017A&M. The CMU women are not in the top eight in the regional rankings, which de
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 21 hours ago
A&M. The CMU women are not in the top eight in the regional rankings, which determine NCAA playoff berths. Prep Soccer Grand Junction cruises past Central Grand Junction closed out its regular season with a 10-0 shortened win over... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
U-turn on North Avenue?Jeffrey Hurd, chairman of the board for the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Comm
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 21 hours ago
Jeffrey Hurd, chairman of the board for the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce, speaks Wednesday night at the Grand Junction City Council meeting regarding the name change for North Avenue. Grand Junction City Council will vote Nov. 1 on... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Blotter, Oct. 19, 2017Police Department at 970-874-7676 during business hours, or Delta County Crime
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 21 hours ago
Police Department at 970-874-7676 during business hours, or Delta County Crime Stoppers at 970-874-8810. According to the Grand Junction Police Department: ■ Someone entered a business in the area of North Crest Drive on Oct. 4, stealing items... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Accidents 
keep police 
on the runAccidents keep police on the run A Grand Junction firefighter and a police off
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 21 hours ago
Accidents keep police on the run A Grand Junction firefighter and a police officer check for occupants of a car that rolled over in a two-vehicle accident at the corner of 12th Street and Pitkin Avenue on Wednesday. Firefighters, left, tend to a... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Weld County Tributes for Oct. 19Construction Company. Their company built several hundred homes in the Greeley
Greeley Tribune / Posted 22 hours ago
Construction Company. Their company built several hundred homes in the Greeley and Front Range area of Colorado as well as Grand Junction. In 1986, Kenny and Kathy moved to San Dimas, Calif., where Kenny continued in construction. The couple... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
State leads with talent in Amazon bidairport — several cities in Colorado were immediately eliminated as primary sit
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted 23 hours ago
airport — several cities in Colorado were immediately eliminated as primary sites, including Colorado Springs, Durango and Grand Junction. Unlike those publicizing billion-dollar incentives, Colorado pushed the lifestyle, the workforce and the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Furry future: SunCrest Orchard Alpacas hoping to embrace the commercial side of unique animal-raisinto make sure I can make (the products) before getting it out there,” he said.
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
to make sure I can make (the products) before getting it out there,” he said. Loki Outdoor Clothing, a shop in downtown Grand Junction, is one of the stores McDermott would reach out to and manager Cierra Anderson said she’s been seeing more... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Biz Buzz: Oct. 19, 20171,000 items by the end of the year. Lowry also was the owner of the Planet Eart
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
1,000 items by the end of the year. Lowry also was the owner of the Planet Earth clothing store and art gallery in downtown Grand Junction before moving to Orchard Mesa. Her focus is on vintage clothing, accessories and home decor. The store closed... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Tough opponents will pay off for TigersKJCT-HS Football: Grand Junction will host No. 5 Loveland on Thursday night a
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted yesterday
KJCT-HS Football: Grand Junction will host No. 5 Loveland on Thursday night at Stocker Stadium. GJ Rockies: Mendoza recognized by MiLB.com Grand Junction will host No. 5 Loveland on Thursday night at Stocker... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Mendoza recognized by MiLB.comGJ Rockies: Grand Junction will host No. 5 Loveland on Thursday night at Stoc
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted yesterday
GJ Rockies: Grand Junction will host No. 5 Loveland on Thursday night at Stocker Stadium. Meteorologist Brad Miller has your Wednesday 10/18/2017 weather forecast. After a disappointing loss to CSU-Pueblo just two... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
No bribes or cities named "Amazon": Colorado's pitch to get the next headquarters touts incentives that could exceed $100Mairport — several cities in Colorado were immediately eliminated as primary sit
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted yesterday
airport — several cities in Colorado were immediately eliminated as primary sites, including Colorado Springs, Durango and Grand Junction. Unlike those publicizing billion-dollar incentives, Colorado pushed the lifestyle, the workforce and the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Entertainment Briefs Oct. 20fare features a potato and salad bar and Saturday is soup and salad. Call 242-7
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
fare features a potato and salad bar and Saturday is soup and salad. Call 242-7835 for information. Headline goes here Grand Junction artist and Army veteran Rebecca Dierickx is participating in the 2017 National Veterans Creative Arts... Read more
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Glenwood Springs Post Independent
Colorado woman gets away unharmed after train rolls over herGRAND JUNCTION — A Colorado woman who fell asleep on train tracks was unharmed
Glenwood Springs Post Independent / Posted yesterday
GRAND JUNCTION — A Colorado woman who fell asleep on train tracks was unharmed after being rolled over by a train. The Daily Sentinel reports the woman fell asleep on the tracks near Whitewater on Sunday. Lands End Fire Protection District Fire... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
October 18, 2017and courage to eliminate this menace or is this to be the last generation of a
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
and courage to eliminate this menace or is this to be the last generation of a free American Republic? ROBERT A. TALLARICOGrand Junction Keenan has the passion, commitment and focus for change If you value kids and accountability in the... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Woman gets away unharmed after train rolls over herGRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — A Colorado woman who fell asleep on train tracks was un
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. — A Colorado woman who fell asleep on train tracks was unharmed after being rolled over by a train. The Daily Sentinel reported that the woman fell asleep on the tracks near Whitewater on Sunday. Lands End Fire Protection... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
October 18, 2017Scout for more than seven years, and I have learned how to tie knots, shoot arr
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Scout for more than seven years, and I have learned how to tie knots, shoot arrows, taken a cyber-security class at the Grand Junction Police Department and trained with a former female Spartan athlete at Girl Scouting events. The one and only... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
'Cruelty without benefit': 
Trump's Obamacare sabotageTrump’s determination to deny health-care coverage to Americans by sabotaging t
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Trump’s determination to deny health-care coverage to Americans by sabotaging the Affordable Care Act must be stopped by Congress. Bill Grant lives in Grand Junction. He can be reached at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email a... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
'Cats extend winning streak to 14 matches‘Cats extend winning streak to 14 matches Fruita Monument’s Dana Thomson hits
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
‘Cats extend winning streak to 14 matches Fruita Monument’s Dana Thomson hits over the block of Grand Junction’s Kenzie Younker on Tuesday night in the Wildcats’ 25-10, 25-19, 25-17 victory. The win was the 14th in a row, nine by sweep, for Fruita... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Man gets prison in drug, firearm convictions A Grand Junction man who avoided a murder charge in a shooting death this sum
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
A Grand Junction man who avoided a murder charge in a shooting death this summer will still serve at least a decade in prison after accepting a plea agreement on other charges, including drug and firearm... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Longtime city employee to lead public works The city of Grand Junction has a new public works director. City Manager Gre
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
The city of Grand Junction has a new public works director. City Manager Greg Caton has picked a familiar face — longtime city employee Trent Prall, who worked most recently as the engineering manager —... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
'Janitor' is Lions Hometown Hero‘Janitor’ is Lions Hometown HeroBob Richardson honored for his work cleaning up
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
‘Janitor’ is Lions Hometown HeroBob Richardson honored for his work cleaning up Colorado River The crowd at the Grand Junction Lions Club luncheon applauds as Bob Richardson, right, is named this year’s Hometown Hero Tuesday by the service club for... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Facebook post leads cops to vandalism suspectwater tanks at 3190 N. I-70 Frontage Road,” the report said. The water tanks a
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
water tanks at 3190 N. I-70 Frontage Road,” the report said. The water tanks are in close proximity to a flight path at Grand Junction Regional Airport and the FAA requires warning lights atop the tanks to alert aircraft. It cost $730 to replace... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Council debates funding for CMUthe city should give to Colorado Mesa University in 2018, and whether taxpayer
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
the city should give to Colorado Mesa University in 2018, and whether taxpayer funds should pay for student scholarships, Grand Junction City Council members informally agreed this week to send somewhere between $750,000 and $1 million to the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Airport security turbulence abates Passengers in line at the security check-in at Grand Junction Regional Airpor
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Passengers in line at the security check-in at Grand Junction Regional Airport had a short wait Monday afternoon in spite of new regulations that separate bins must be used for individual items. Transportation... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Blotter: Oct. 18, 2017Raaum issued a personal-recognizance bond in her case, along with alcohol testi
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Raaum issued a personal-recognizance bond in her case, along with alcohol testing by pretrial services. According to the Grand Junction Police Department: ■ Someone broke into a business in the 2800 block of North Avenue on Oct. 7, removed... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Local Sports: Youth football takes over Stocker StadiumTODAY. WHILE WILD HORSES ROAM ALL OVER THE WEST, THEIR POPULATIONS ARE MANAGED
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted yesterday
TODAY. WHILE WILD HORSES ROAM ALL OVER THE WEST, THEIR POPULATIONS ARE MANAGED. JUST HOW THAT HAPPENS IS A HOT-BUTTON ISSUE. AFTER ALMOST 30 PEOPLE MISSED THEIR FLIGHTS THIS WEEKEND, TSA AT THE GRAND JUNCTION AIRPORT IS BACK UP AND RUNNING AS NOR... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Local Sports: Youth football takes over Stocker StadiumTODAY. WHILE WILD HORSES ROAM ALL OVER THE WEST, THEIR POPULATIONS ARE MANAGED
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted yesterday
TODAY. WHILE WILD HORSES ROAM ALL OVER THE WEST, THEIR POPULATIONS ARE MANAGED. JUST HOW THAT HAPPENS IS A HOT-BUTTON ISSUE. AFTER ALMOST 30 PEOPLE MISSED THEIR FLIGHTS THIS WEEKEND, TSA AT THE GRAND JUNCTION AIRPORT IS BACK UP AND RUNNING AS NOR... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
CMU Mavs Football: Mavs turn to the ground gameTODAY. WHILE WILD HORSES ROAM ALL OVER THE WEST, THEIR POPULATIONS ARE MANAGED
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted yesterday
TODAY. WHILE WILD HORSES ROAM ALL OVER THE WEST, THEIR POPULATIONS ARE MANAGED. JUST HOW THAT HAPPENS IS A HOT-BUTTON ISSUE. AFTER ALMOST 30 PEOPLE MISSED THEIR FLIGHTS THIS WEEKEND, TSA AT THE GRAND JUNCTION AIRPORT IS BACK UP AND RUNNING AS NOR... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Groups Tour Wild Horses On BookcliffsMANAGED. JUST HOW THAT HAPPENS IS A HOT-BUTTON ISSUE. AFTER ALMOST 30 PEOPLE M
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted yesterday
MANAGED. JUST HOW THAT HAPPENS IS A HOT-BUTTON ISSUE. AFTER ALMOST 30 PEOPLE MISSED THEIR FLIGHTS THIS WEEKEND, TSA AT THE GRAND JUNCTION AIRPORT IS BACK UP AND RUNNING AS NORMAL THE GRAND JUNCTION AIRPORT IS GETTING AN UPGRADE TO HELP RENOVATE... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
Grand Junction TSA Back To NormalMANAGED. JUST HOW THAT HAPPENS IS A HOT-BUTTON ISSUE. AFTER ALMOST 30 PEOPLE M
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted yesterday
MANAGED. JUST HOW THAT HAPPENS IS A HOT-BUTTON ISSUE. AFTER ALMOST 30 PEOPLE MISSED THEIR FLIGHTS THIS WEEKEND, TSA AT THE GRAND JUNCTION AIRPORT IS BACK UP AND RUNNING AS NORMAL THE GRAND JUNCTION AIRPORT IS GETTING AN UPGRADE TO HELP RENOVATE... Read more
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KJCT 8 Grand Junction
D51 Student's Of The QuarterMANAGED. JUST HOW THAT HAPPENS IS A HOT-BUTTON ISSUE. AFTER ALMOST 30 PEOPLE M
KJCT 8 Grand Junction / Posted yesterday
MANAGED. JUST HOW THAT HAPPENS IS A HOT-BUTTON ISSUE. AFTER ALMOST 30 PEOPLE MISSED THEIR FLIGHTS THIS WEEKEND, TSA AT THE GRAND JUNCTION AIRPORT IS BACK UP AND RUNNING AS NORMAL THE GRAND JUNCTION AIRPORT IS GETTING AN UPGRADE TO HELP RENOVATE... Read more
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Vail Daily
Obituary: Pamela Jean Padgett, Oct. 23, 1962, to Oct. 11, 2017she went to beauty school and received her cosmetology license. After beauty sc
Vail Daily / Posted 2 days ago
she went to beauty school and received her cosmetology license. After beauty school, she met her husband, Glenn Padgett, in Grand Junction at a church New Year's Eve party. They were engaged on Feb. 14, 1984. Pam and Glenn were married on May 26,... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Pink perseverance: Moffat County volleyball keeps swinging for breast cancer awarenessthem. That was our downfall." In the course of one week, MCHS volleyball playe
Craig Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
them. That was our downfall." In the course of one week, MCHS volleyball played five games, including last week's loss in Grand Junction and a win at home over Roaring Fork. Friday was a devastating 3-0 loss in Delta — 25-10, 25-9 and 25-5 —... Read more
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