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Fire Damages Clifton Home

Posted: 06/11/2008 - The Red Cross assisting a woman this morning whose house was damaged by a fire overnight.

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Oil and Gas Companies Say They Will Leave Colorado if New Rules Passed

Updated: 06/11/2008 - Tuesday's Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission hearing was attended by hundreds of energy industry representatives. Now, many of them are saying that should several new rules and other strict regulations pass, they will begin to take their companies, money, and jobs out of Colorado.

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Environmentalists Want More Regulation of Oil and Gas Development

Posted: 06/10/2008 - With 160 pages of proposed regulations, the oil industry says the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission is going way beyond what lawmakers intended. However, environmental groups say there's been too much talk and not enough action, and these rules are long overdue to protect public health.

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The Mesa County Sheriff's Officer Looking for Suspects

Posted: 06/10/2008 - In the early morning hours of May 30, 2008, a vehicle flashed their lights and made contact with another vehicle in the area of Colorado Ave. and Wedgewood Dr., in Grand Junction. Two males exited a vehicle described as a dark colored, newer model, mini-van and approached a car parked in front of 419 ½ Wedgewood Dr., which had pulled over thinking their was a problem with their vehicle.

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City Looking for Art for Neighborhood Services Building

Posted: 06/10/2008 - The Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture is seeking an artist to create outdoor artwork, both functional and nonfunctional for the city's newly remodeled Neighborhood Services in the City complex at Broadway and River Road.

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Ex Coach To Enter Plea in Sexual Assault Case

Updated: 06/10/2008 - A teacher accused of having a romantic relationship with a student will enter a plea next month and while he waits to do it he'll be wearing a GPS tracking device.

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Giggles the Clown Out on Parole

Updated: 06/10/2008 - The Orchard Mesa man who performed as “Giggles the Clown” and pleaded guilty to attempted internet luring of a child is out on parole today.

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Gas Prices Cause School Lunch Prices to Rise

Posted: 06/10/2008 - Rising gas prices will mean paying more for school lunches. Some school children will be paying as much as fifty percent more for school meals when they return to class in the fall.

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GJHS Knowledge Bowl at National Semi-Finals

Posted: 06/10/2008 - They've taken the state title for 12 out of the past 13 years, but now the Grand Junction High School Knowledge Bowl team could be the nation's best.

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Shut Down Rigs for Three Months?

Posted: 06/09/2008 - Should the state shut down some Mesa and Garfield County oil and gas rigs for three months to help protect wildlife? 11 News Reporter Jessica Zartler takes a look at this controversial plan.

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Food Providing Program Worried About $5 Gas

Updated: 06/09/2008 - Gray Gourmet provides over 200 home delivered meals a day for senior citizens throughout Mesa County, but rising gas and food prices are putting the program in jeopardy.

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Serial Arsonist Still on the Loose

Updated: 06/09/2008 - Police are still searching for the serial arsonist they believe is responsible for setting more than 15 fires in the downtown area.

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New Gold's Gym Opens Monday

Posted: 06/08/2008 - After months of construction, the new Gold's Gym on Highway 6 & 50 is finally ready to open its doors for the first time.

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BBQ Prices Heating Up

Updated: 06/08/2008 - As the summertime heats up, so do the outdoor grilling activities.

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