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The Hot Tomato Closed, Temporarily

Updated: 07/12/2009 - After unsuccessful attempts to change its landlord's mind about doubling the rent, The Hot Tomato Café in Fruita has temporarily closed its doors.

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Wait for Peaches Over

Updated: 07/12/2009 - Despite spring weather woes, juicy Palisade peaches are now for sale at local fruit stands and farmer's markets.

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Forest Service Roads Closed in Fruita

Updated: 07/11/2009 - Reconstruction of Fruita Reservoir No 1, by the Colorado National Guard begins Saturday, which means the closure of several roads.

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BLM Planes Burglarized

Updated: 07/11/2009 - Grand Junction police are still trying to figure out what was stolen as they continue to investigate a burglary at the Grand Junction Interagency Air Center.

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Colorado Lottery Delay Starts Sunday

Updated: 07/11/2009 - The Colorado lottery will be transitioning to a new computer system. They say it will better serve players and retailers.

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Is What You Are Drinking Out Of Slowly Killing You?

Updated: 07/11/2009 - Some experts say that what you are drinking out of could lead to breast cancer or infertility. The popularity of plastic re–usable drinking bottles has grown with the rising concerns about the environmental impact of disposal plastic bottles. But the chemical that makes those bottles more durable is causing concern in a different way.

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Mesa County in Running for Mercury Storage Site

Updated: 07/11/2009 - Close to 10 thousand metric tons of mercury could be making its way to the Grand Valley. However, officials say it's way too early to tell how soon that could happen, or if it could happen at all.

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Small Batteries Dangerous If Swallowed

Updated: 07/09/2009 - Each year, more than 3,000 people of all ages accidentally swallow miniature disc or "button" batteries of the type used to power hearing aids, watches and calculators. Most button cells pass through the body and are eliminated in the stool. However, sometimes batteries can get "hung up ", and these are the ones that cause problems.

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Car Versus Car-wash

Updated: 07/09/2009 - One local car wash owner is facing a serious loss of business and it's not because of the declining economy. For Dave Vandyke...owner of Van's Car-wash, his day started off with a bang. Around eleven O'clock today, Grand Junction police officer Mark Brown was getting a car wash when it shook violently.

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Vehicle Donations to Benefit Hospice

Updated: 07/09/2009 - Are your repair bills adding up on that old car or truck? Do you have an old motorcycle or snowmobile just gathering dusk in the garage? Now you can donate those vehicles for a good cause.

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Chillin' Your House for Cheap

Posted: 07/09/2009 - As the temperatures heat up so does your energy bill, so how can you cool down your bill? Xcel Energy has some tips to cut your electric bill by about 25–bucks a month.

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Lawmakers: Cuts, New Fees & Taxes Expected in 2010 Budget

Posted: 07/09/2009 - Denver (AP) The head of the Colorado Legislature's Joint Budget Committee is warning that brutal budget cuts, new fees and higher taxes are on the table when state lawmakers consider ways to fix the state budget.

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