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Political ad features GJ Chamber opposing Amendment 70

In a political add paid for by the organization Keep Colorado Local the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce President Diane Schwenke represents rural Colorado in publicly opposing Amendment 70.

The hospital is reserving $5,000 for grants to District 51 teachers. Just 20 teachers in District 51 will get grants for $250 dollars each.

Taking a little advice from the Swiss, District 51 is going forward with a new project they say will get high schoolers a job and keep them employed once they graduate. District 51 has joined an $11 million pilot program to get high schoolers to work after they graduate.

District 51 announced a middle school principal will be reassigned following his involvement in a hit and run crash on September 18.

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