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District 51 Catches Break as Budget Woes Continue

Updated: 04/20/2010 - Now that the state has approved a final budget, School District 51 says it will be getting down to business working on its own. Trying to shore up a projected $12 million shortfall, school leaders learned during Tuesday night's school board meeting that they may have some extra money to help do that.

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Updated: 04/09/2010 - 150 adoptions have taken place in Delta recently, and the most amazing part is who exactly has been adopted.

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Money XLive show coming to GJ in April

Updated: 04/09/2010 - School District 51 is taking a new approach to educating students about financial stability by giving them a concert.

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School District posts budget cuts on Web site

Posted: 03/17/2010 - In hopes of having a more transparent budget, Mesa County School District 51 has launched a new Web site where you can find out more about current cuts.

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Pulse Program: Teaching students how to save lives

Posted: 03/04/2010 - Hundreds of Fruita Monument High School students are learning how to save their lives by practicing heart healthy habits, but at the same time they are they are also learning how to save the lives of others by learning CPR.

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Legos teach life lessons

Posted: 02/19/2010 - Fifth grade students at Fruitvale Elementary School got a unique lesson in construction Thursday while playing with Legos.

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Scholarship application deadline approaching

Posted: 02/16/2010 - Millions of scholarships nationwide are available for students, but according to, thousands of dollars go unused each year simply because no one has applied for them.

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Lawmakers consider allowing tuition hikes

Posted: 02/15/2010 - State lawmakers are considering giving public universities the freedom to set tuition rates to make up for a looming drop in funding.

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Report shows Colo. grads needing remedial courses

Posted: 02/09/2010 - An annual report by the Colorado Commission for Higher Education says roughly one-third of Colorado students entering college need remedial help in a core subject.

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