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Marching for preemies, you can help

Posted: 04/23/2010 - Despite an increase in survival among babies born after six months of pregnancy, a new study finds preemies born earlier than that don’t have the same success.

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Local family loses son in Afghanistan

Updated: 04/23/2010 - A local family is remembering their hero, a son and brother killed by a roadside bomb in Afghanistan April 17 while serving our country.

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Teacher evaluations causing debate

Updated: 04/23/2010 - A fight at the state capitol is heating up over teacher evaluations, and lawmakers want more strict rules so schools can qualify for federal funds.

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Denise Brown says there's no excuse for abuse

Updated: 04/23/2010 - The sister of slain Nicole Brown Simpson puts domestic violence in the spotlight during a presentation in Grand Junction Thursday, saying there's no excuse for abuse.

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Verizon customers left without cell service for hours

Updated: 04/22/2010 - We live in a world where many people have given up their land lines, relying on cell phones to stay connected. So when you’re left without cell service for hours, it can really mess up your day.

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Probation, fine for owner of Fuji Massage

Updated: 04/23/2010 - A woman convicted of running a prostitution business in Grand Junction says she’s terribly sorry for what she did as she was sentenced Thursday afternoon.

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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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