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City Councilman Running For Second Term

Posted: 02/09/2007 - Grand Junction's economy is booming and so is growth in the area. These are issues lifelong resident Bruce Hill says he knows well. He's spent the last four years as a City Councilman, two of which he served as Mayor; and now he's hoping to hold his at large seat for another term.

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Special Report Part 2: Cervical Cancer Prevention

Posted: 02/09/2007 - The Center for Disease Control recommends that females between the ages of 9 and 26 get immunized. But there is a debate spreading across the country over whether vaccinating young girls promotes promiscuity.

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Standoff Ends Peacefully

Updated: 02/09/2007 - Members of the Mesa County Sheriff's Office were able to talk a woman out of her trailer at Grand Rivers Mobile Home Park at 2925 North Avenue, ending a standoff that lasted more than one and one-half hours. During the incident part of the trailer park was evacuated and the Career Center put on lock down.

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Suspect In Alleged Kidnapping Remains In Jail; Bond Set At $10,000

Updated: 02/09/2007 - An Orchard Mesa man accused of attempted 2nd-degree kidnapping of an eight-year-old boy remains in the Mesa County jail tonight on 10,000 dollars bond. A child expert says the boy and his family may have done just the right thing.

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Attempted Child Enticement

Updated: 02/07/2007 - A man is under arrest after he attempts to entice a Second Grade student near Lincoln Orchard Mesa Elementary School. The incident happened as the student was walking to school Wednesday morning.

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City Council Candidate - Kent Baughman

Updated: 02/08/2007 - When it comes to being a member of the city council, candidate Kent Baughman says it's all about service. "I have the opportunity right now to give a little bit of time back to the community" says Baughman.

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Salazar Frustrated With Budget/Iraq Situations

Updated: 02/07/2007 - With President Bush recently laying out his budget for the coming year as well as a new direction in Iraq, Colorado Senator Ken Salazar says he's concerned and frustrated with both situations.

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$30,000 Given To Meth Task Force By Rotarians

Updated: 02/08/2007 - There is no hiding behind a mask today as funds from the Grand Junction Rotary Club's first ever masquerade ball are distributed at the groups weekly luncheon.

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Two Colorado Bills Move Forward

Updated: 02/08/2007 - Two bills authored by Senator Josh Penry were approved by the Colorado Senate Education Committee today.

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Fruita Park Site Plan Approved

Updated: 02/07/2007 - Children of all ages in Fruita will soon have a new place to play as the city approves the site plan for a new park.

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Escapee Facing Handful Of Charges

Updated: 02/07/2007 - A man who escaped for a brief time from the Mesa County Jail last week had charges formally filed against him Tuesday.

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"We Had To Move Fast:" Clifton Man Arrested In Sex Assault

Updated: 02/07/2007 - A Clifton man is under arrest after allegedly sexually assaulting a woman inside of his home. 48–year–old Steven M. Littlepage was arrested Sunday, and is also accused of kidnapping that woman from a nearby convenience store.

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City Council Candidate Linda Romer-Todd

Updated: 02/07/2007 - She says she's not looking to impose her agenda on others or to be in control, instead Linda Romer–Todd just wants to be part of the conversation.

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