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Four day school week working well at Plateau Valley

Updated: 09/15/2010 - It’s three day weekends every week for students of Plateau Valley Schools, but as budget cuts shorten the school week to four days, it could be year end grades that prove if the change was worth it.

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Smoke over Blackridge part of prescribed burn

Updated: 09/13/2010 - Smoke over Blackridge, behind Colorado National Monument, will be visible in the Valley Monday. The smoke is part of a prescribed burn in the area.

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The last full week of Summer is looking perfect

Updated: 05/02/2012 - Grand Junction, CO(KKCO)-High pressure centered over our state will keep the forecast area dry for the next few days. Mostly sunny skies and above seasonal temperatures are expected through Tuesday night.

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Dog's day in pool heaven

Updated: 09/13/2010 - It was a dog's day in heaven at the Lincoln Moyer Pool Sunday, as our best friends got their chance to splash away the end of the summer.

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Club 20 debate: Buck vs. Bennet

Updated: 09/13/2010 - Club 20's US Senate Candidate Debate ran late Saturday night with, US Senate candidate Ken Buck and Senator Michael Bennet passing jabs as well as jokes as they answered questions on topics from water rights to energy.

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Local Republicans unite in Sherwood Park

Updated: 09/13/2010 - One day after heated political debates at Club 20, state Republican candidates turned out for a much more low-key gathering in Grand Junction.

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Parents committing school lunch fraud?

Posted: 09/13/2010 - More than 16 million kids across the U.S. receive free or reduced priced meals at school but concerns have risen that some families in Mesa County, and throughout the country, could be taking advantage of the program.

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Tancredo speaks out despite Club 20's ban

Updated: 09/13/2010 - American Constitution Party candidate for governor Tom Tancredo attended Saturday night's Club 20 debates but wasn't allowed to take part. Instead, he held a press conference on the steps of the Two Rivers Convention Center.

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Penny War ends with a pie in the face

Updated: 09/13/2010 - The Fountains of Hilltop's staff and residents have been at war, trying to raise money to help fight Alzheimer's.

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Sheriff's Office announces layoffs

Updated: 09/13/2010 - Mesa County is cutting its budget by more than 10 percent to make its 2011 budget and that means some departments are laying off employees.

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Rallying for more energy jobs to be brought to Colorado

Updated: 09/13/2010 - More than 500 people gathered at Two Rivers Convention Center on Friday to send a message to Congress. They say a proposed tax on the oil and natural gas industries will kill energy jobs and discourage businesses from coming to Colorado.

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