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FAFSA applications open October 1

Changes made to the Free Application for Federal Student Aid also known as FAFSA means students and their parents can begin applying as early as October 1, 2016.

You could say the Peach Street Distillers in Palisade picks its pear brandy straight from the tree.

Friday, three Vietnam War Veterans were reunited for only the second time in 45 years. The three were all from the artillery B Battery group, serving from 1970-1971.

Friday the Mesa County Election Office is testing their equipment in order to tally votes correctly, as required by the state.

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