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Giant airline merger unlike to affect GJ airport

Posted: 05/04/2010 - Despite United and Continental Airlines uniting to become the world’s largest air carrier Grand Junction Regional Airport officials say the merger is unlikely to add any new destinations from the Grand Valley in the near future.

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Pet of the Week: Butch

Updated: 05/04/2010 - Butch is the cutest, sweetest pup around and he really needs a new home.

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Vets take off on Honor Flight

Updated: 05/04/2010 - A group of WWII Western Slope Veterans have departed Grand Junction Regional Airport and are winging their way to Washington D.C. to see their national memorial.

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Construction numbers continuing to suffer

Updated: 05/04/2010 - Existing and new home sales are slowly starting to pick up, but overall new construction is still digging itself out of a big hole.

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New meth ads continue to shock with in-your-face visuals

Posted: 05/04/2010 - Flagrant drug use, suggestive material and a shocking message. It’s all part of the ‘Not Even Once’ ad campaign launched by the Colorado Meth Project and officials say it's helping win the war on meth.

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Reeling in the fun

Updated: 05/03/2010 - Hundreds of kids caught a whole bunch of fun Saturday.

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GJ woman battling for motion

Updated: 05/03/2010 - It's a debilitating disease that takes over the body and one Grand Junction woman wakes up everyday to battle Multiple Sclerosis. The disease makes it difficult for Cynthia Kohls to even get out of bed, but she’s taking action.

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Father and son make donating blood tradition

Updated: 05/03/2010 - A father, son tradition is a treasured time for any family and when that tradition is helping others it becomes twice as sweet. For a local family, saving lives is a once-a-month activity.

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Pet shelter practices emergency evacuation

Updated: 05/03/2010 - Mesa County Animal Services has new digs to call home, and they moved the 92 animals in Sunday while practicing an emergency drill.

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Rallying For Humane Reform

Updated: 05/02/2010 - Nearly 100 immigrants and their supporters rallied in Montrose Saturday– a week after Arizona's controversial bill was signed by the governor.

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Girls Empowered By 5K Training

Updated: 05/01/2010 - After intense training, local girls laced up their tennis shoes and hit the pavement today to complete their first 5K.

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Women Join to Build Homes

Updated: 05/01/2010 - Women across the world are volunteering their time to build homes for those in need.

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Kids getting high off "New" Spice

Updated: 05/01/2010 - Young people are smoking a new drug that's surfaced in the U.S. It's called spice, and it's available over the counter.

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Mother Nature battling the Fat Tire Festival

Updated: 04/30/2010 - The Fruita Fat Tire Festival marks the official beginning to Colorado's mountain bike season. But mother nature is trying all she can to put a damper on this weekend's festivities.

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Frozen to Fresh: Montrose School District Gets Set to Launch School Food Revolution

Updated: 05/01/2010 - Health experts say for the first time in American history, our children's life expectancy may be shorter than their parents -- all because of the food they're putting in their bodies. Now, in an effort to help change kids' lifestyles for the better, Montrose and Olathe schools are getting ready to launch a food revolution.

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