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JUCO 2013 comes to an end

Posted: 05/31/2013 - JUCO had some new changes added this year that proved to be beneficial.

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Toys boost learning during summer

Posted: 05/28/2013 - Education toys will help students continue to learn while school is not in session during summer.

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JUCO opening day

Posted: 05/25/2013 - JUCO opening day attracted faithful fans to Suplizio Field.

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Mesa County Partners car wash fundraiser

Updated: 05/25/2013 - The Mesa County Partners program sets youth up with mentors and are now looking for donations to benefit the organization.

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Fire breaks out in Walgreens dumpster

Updated: 05/24/2013 - A dumpster attached to Walgreens on First and Patterson Road went up in flames ruining thousands of dollars of merchandise.

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Mesa County bridges structurally sound

Updated: 05/24/2013 - Mesa County is home to 400 bridges and after a truck caused one to collapse in Washington, the safety of these structures is a concern.

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The heat is on for 100 summer days

Updated: 05/25/2013 - Memorial Day weekend kicks off the busy travel season for many families and rather than flying many choose to drive. Authorities say the summer months are the deadliest times on Colorado roads and whether its 50 days or 100 officials want travelers to be safe as they hit the road.

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EMS Week honors first responders

Updated: 05/22/2013 - First responders are honored for their hard work during the Emergency Medical Services week.

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Elderly watch out for scams and frauds

Updated: 05/17/2013 - As scams evolve, they become more complex and confusing, and scammers often target one of the most caring populations: the elderly.

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Rise in new homes leaves void for quality workers

Updated: 05/10/2013 - A high demand for new homes, sounds good, but what if the supply of qualified workers are just not there? There are 5 states that have that problem and the National Association of Home Builders says Colorado is one of them. Colorado is one of the fastest rebounding states when it comes to the housing industry, that is the good news; however, home builders are saying skilled construction workers are hard to come by.

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Bowling with a cause

Posted: 04/26/2013 - The event is called Strikes for Life, and is a fundraiser for a local group who will participate in Relay for Life this year.

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Water restrictions not as bad as the Western Slope feared

Posted: 04/26/2013 - After last summer's devastating wildfire season and a winter without a lot of snow, Western Colorado was prepping for the worst. It was thought we'd be in stage two for water restrictions, or mandatory water limitations as we headed into the summer months.

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Familiar I-70 landmark topples after implosion

Updated: 04/17/2013 - This morning Xcel Energy crews took down a very familiar landmark in cameo, the old power plant that was shut down. Implosion took place at 7 this morning and wrapped up by 7-30 after Xcel crews and demolition specialist sent the stacks up in smoke.

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Cohabitation before marriage on the rise

Posted: 04/05/2013 - Couples face another large decision, whether or not to tie the knot. A new study shows cohabitation is becoming the new normal for more and more long-term couples in America.

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Kids Aid needs your help !

Posted: 04/05/2013 - Each week Kids Aid provides between 16 and 17 hundred district 51 students with food for the weekend.

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Palisade welcomes new police chief

Updated: 04/04/2013 - The town of Palisade has a new top cop after a swearing-in ceremony this morning.New Chief Tony Erickson was sworn into his new position today after a brief ceremony.He comes to the area after serving as a sergeant for the Colorado Springs Police Department. Erickson says he is already building relationships and wants to get started on evolving the department.

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Watch for utility lines before starting yard projects

Updated: 04/04/2013 - If you spent the long cold winter making yard improvement plans, it's time to get started. But before you do, utility officials say there's a quick free phone call you need to make before doing anything else. The beginning of spring usually marks a jump in activity for yard work and home improvement projects but Xcel energy officials want you to use caution, and they have good

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