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Deputies Investigating Secret Shopper Scam

Posted: 09/03/2008 - Watch your mailbox, the Mesa County Sheriff's Office is investigating a possible scam after an Orchard Mesa woman got a suspicious check in the mail.

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The Last Harvest: Palisade Peach Growers Retiring

Posted: 09/03/2008 - One Palisade couple has harvested peaches for 140 years combined but this season will be their final one. Bonnie and Leroy Ball of Ball Fruit are retiring and selling their orchard. 11 News Reporter Jessica Zartler has more on their last harvest.

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People in New Orleans Given the Go-Ahead To Go Home

Posted: 09/03/2008 - Most homes don't have power or working toilets, but residents in New Orleans can start going back at midnight tonight. About 77,000 homes in New Orleans are in the dark, and it's unclear when that'll change.

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St. Paul Set For More Politics and Protests

Posted: 09/03/2008 - Another rowdy rally is planned at the site of the Republican Convention today. Protesters are promising their often confrontational actions will pick back up until the convention ends tomorrow.

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Palin Does Early Run-Through At Convention Site

Posted: 09/03/2008 - Republican Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin has taken an early morning tour of the stage at the GOP convention in St. Paul, Minnesota. She stood at the lectern where she'll deliver her first major speech as John McCain's running mate.

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EPA Adds Creede Mining Site to Superfund List

Posted: 09/03/2008 - The Environmental Protection Agency has added an abandoned mining site north of Creede to the superfund list, making it eligible for extensive cleanup.

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Lawyer Hopes To Settle School Sex-Abuse Case

Posted: 09/03/2008 - A lawyer representing 24 former students at a catholic school says he's hopeful they can settle their sex-abuse lawsuit now that a related case has been settled.

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Friends of Crash Victim Hold Memorial Bike Ride

Posted: 09/02/2008 - It's been just over a week since the sudden and tragic passing of Neil Bradford, the general manager of Crossroads Fitness Center. His friends say they're still coping with the loss, but Tuesday took a big step towards being at peace.

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Doctors Needed Across Grand Valley

Updated: 09/02/2008 - For local health care professionals it's a problem they've heard before. "Just not enough physicians in Western Colorado to meet the demand of our growing population," says Dr. David West with St. Mary's Hospital.

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Election 08 Fever Sweeps Fall Club 20 Meeting

Updated: 09/02/2008 - With the Democratic National Convention over and done, and the Republicans in the midst of their own, Election 08 fever is spreading across the country, including this weekend's Club 20 fall meeting at the Two Rivers Convention Center.

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Body Found: Confirmed as Missing Elderly Woman

Updated: 09/03/2008 - The Grand Junction Police Department found the body of an elderly woman on North 26th St., and a friend confirms it is that of the missing 81-year-old Afton Worley.

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Volunteer Tutors Needed for At Risk Kids

Posted: 09/02/2008 - Now that school is back in session, the Meth Task Force's Drug Endangered Children/Prevention Comittee is getting ready to roll out it's new tutoring program for at-risk youth and is looking for volunteers.

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