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Police: MCSO deputy Derek Geer passes after completing organ donation

A Mesa County Sheriff's Deputy has passed after being shot while responding to a suspicious person report Monday morning, according to the Mesa County Sheriff's Office.

The public is encouraged to show their support by lining the route, which will be west on Patterson Road to 24 ½ Road, then north on 24 ½ Road to Canyon View Vineyard Church at 736 24 ½ Road.

Over 500 people attended the 9th Annual Sweetheart Run and Health Expo in Fruita.

The manager at the local Office Depot is giving out signs so people can hold them up during Deputy Geer's funeral procession.

Flower shop sells 5,000 roses this Valentine's Day

Flower shop sells 5,000 roses this Valentine's Day

Ways to save money on Valentine's Day

International bike race set to being in Grand Junction cancelled for 2016

Riding on muddy bike trails may cause damage

Mesa County students showing support for Deputy Geer donning blue in their own way

Menacing suspect held after standoff in Montrose County

Two girls, 15, shot dead at high school in Phoenix suburb; weapon found nearby

Research shows online dating increasing in popularity

No more danger after 2 teens shot at Arizona school

Police: Suspect involved in deputy shooting identified

Community set to honor, remember Deputy Geer

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