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Power outage leaves thousands in dark, but not traffic signals

Updated: 02/19/2010 - More than 3,000 Xcel Energy customers lost power for about 40 minutes Thursday afternoon after a truck crashed into a power pole and while the outage left many homes and businesses at a standstill, traffic continued to flow as if nothing happened.

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Come on, take a free ride!

Updated: 02/18/2010 - Grand Valley Transit is celebrating a decade in public transportation and wants to give you something to mark the anniversary.

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Mayor honors League of Women Voters

Updated: 02/18/2010 - The Mayor proclaimed Wednesday Democracy Work Day in honor of the League of Women Voters and the 90 years they've dedicated to educating the public on their rights.

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7th Street Historic District to be re-zoned

Updated: 02/18/2010 - City Council passed a re-zoning ordinance Wednesday night for 7th Street's Historical District which will allow current homes in that area to become apartments or businesses, like bed and breakfasts or daycare centers.

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City Council passes Comprehensive Plan

Updated: 02/18/2010 - The City Council unanimously passed the new Comprehensive Plan that will open the door for more shopping centers, transportation and community services in the Grand Valley.

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New Castle cheers on hometown Olympian

Updated: 02/18/2010 - A Western Slope town was buzzing with excitement Wednesday as residents got to watch one of their own make her Olympic debut.

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11 News Special Report: Advanced technology, keeping up with the kids

Updated: 02/19/2010 - The library was once considered the source for knowledge. Now students and teachers are looking to technology to boost brain power. But with your children knowing more about advanced technology than you do, it could be a problem to monitor.

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Where are the Stimulus Dollars going locally?

Updated: 02/18/2010 - Wednesday marks one year since President Barack Obama signed the Stimulus Plan into law, but have you ever wondered where that money is going here in Colorado?

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Stimulus funding a no go for 29 Road viaduct

Updated: 02/17/2010 - Grand Junction and Mesa County officials found out Wednesday they will not be receiving $20 million in federal funds to help with a local construction project.

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Report: Where you live affects your health

Posted: 02/18/2010 - Living a good, healthy lifestyle doesn't necessarily mean you're living the best life you can. Part of the equation could be where you live.

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Accused fetus killer pleads guilty, DA to make push for harsher penalties

Updated: 02/17/2010 - Thirty-one-year-old Jared Ahlstrom pleaded guilty to killing his pregnant ex-girlfriend's unborn child Tuesday but the Mesa County District Attorney's Office says the maximum sentence he could face hardly fits the crime -- an argument it will take to the State Capitol later this month.

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Snow keeping golf courses closed later than usual

Updated: 02/17/2010 - Just over two weeks into the month of February and golf courses around the Valley are still closed. Many courses say they're way past their typical opening day and golfers are starting to get antsy. Not to mention courses are losing big business.

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Airport Board going after liquor license

Updated: 02/16/2010 - This year Grand Junction Regional Airport officials decided to move forward with plans to open a Subway. Now they’re moving forward on getting a liquor license to go with the sandwich shop.

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