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D-51 student receives perfect ACT score

The ACT is a standardized test used for college admissions. Nearly 200,000 students take the test each year, less than one percent receiving a perfect score. One bright student in district 51 has joined that elite rank.

To kick off homecoming weekend Colorado Mesa University honored four distinguished alumni and faculty Friday night.

Fruitland Domestic Water Company had a regulatory water sampling where they found an elevated level of lead concentration in one home. The sampling took place in Delta County, and was in drinking water.

On October 5, Shawn Moody was one of three victims shot in Molina. He was shot twice in the stomach.

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