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Donate Your Spring Cleaning Trash to Charity

Posted: 04/21/2010 - Many homeowners are busy with spring cleaning projects and to help them finish the process and keep our city looking nice, the city is once again offering the annual Spring Clean Up Program.

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Norton Hires Penry to Run Campaign

Updated: 04/21/2010 - After announcing he wouldn't seek re-election this fall, State Senate Minority Leader Josh Penry has found himself back on the campaign trail, trying to win a Senate race.

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District 51 Catches Break as Budget Woes Continue

Updated: 04/20/2010 - Now that the state has approved a final budget, School District 51 says it will be getting down to business working on its own. Trying to shore up a projected $12 million shortfall, school leaders learned during Tuesday night's school board meeting that they may have some extra money to help do that.

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Fruita beefing up school zone safety

Updated: 04/20/2010 - The City of Fruita is spending thousands of dollars to make its' school zones safer. It will include installing flashing signals to alert drivers.

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Drilling company sets sights on Battlement Mesa

Posted: 04/20/2010 - A quiet community on the Western Slope may be in for a loud awakening. Denver-based Antero Resources wants to drill about 200 wells in Battlement Mesa.

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Pet of the Week: Indigo

Updated: 04/20/2010 - This week's Pet of the Week was instantly a favorite in the 11 News studio. Meet Indigo, you'll want to take her home.

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More acts announced for Rock Jam

Updated: 04/20/2010 - You can party like a rock star in Mack this fall. The lineup for Rock Jam is filling up and more acts have been announced.

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Mesa County brings out big guns to help crack down on DUIs

Updated: 04/20/2010 - Monday Mesa County Commissioners signed off on the Sheriff's Office using grant money to purchase a $160,000 mobile DUI enforcement vehicle. Officials say once it arrives this fall, it will help keep our roads safer.

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Farmers say late bloomers could mean bigger crops

Updated: 04/20/2010 - With daytime highs reaching the upper 70s over the past week many plants and trees around the Grand Valley are in full bloom, but the cooler-than-normal start to spring has some blooms lagging behind.

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Colo. energy rebate program sparks high interest

Updated: 04/19/2010 - Interest is so intense in a program making $18 million in rebates available to Coloradans for energy-saving appliances and home improvements that the Web site to make reservations has been overwhelmed at times.

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Lawn mower racing the next big thing? Local students hope so

Updated: 04/19/2010 - When a local teacher wanted to find a new way for his students to learn, he found his answer in an unlikely place: lawn mower racing. Now, he and his students say they're ready to help the sport take the Grand Valley by storm.

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Watermark makes a move

Updated: 04/19/2010 - A business that's been in Grand Junction for 26 years has been forced to find a new address.

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