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WATCH LIVE: Lester Jones retrial

WATCH LIVE: Lester Jones retrial


The Grand Junction Regional Communication Center says there’s been an armed robbery at the Family Dollar on Highway 6 & 50 in Fruita.


It happened Thursday afternoon in the retrial of Lester Jones. He is accused of murdering Paige Birgfeld in 2007.



Friday is the last day to register for Christmas assistance from the Salvation Army. With over 500 families already registered, the Salvation Army is hoping to get more volunteers.


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