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Fruita Sales Tax Increase Will Go Back on November Ballot

Posted: 08/05/2008 - During the municipal elections in April, a controversial ballot issue on a 1% sales tax increase in Fruita to help fund a new community center ended in a tie. In a unanimous vote Tuesday night, the Fruita City Council decided to give residents one more crack at it.

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Hot Playgrounds

Updated: 08/05/2008 - With the record heat the Grand Valley has seen, doctors have seen an increase in the number of children being burned on hot playground equipment.

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Palisade Peaches Come to 11 News Today

Updated: 08/05/2008 - Tuesday morning on 11 News Today we had David Cox, a Palisade peach farmer, in our studio for a live interview. He gave tips on picking the perfect peach and discussed the Palisade Peach Festival coming up.

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Truck Catches Fire

Posted: 08/05/2008 - The owner of a Toyota Tacoma says he has no idea how his truck ended up on fire.

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Mesa County Facing Invocation Issue

Updated: 08/04/2008 - As the city of Grand Junction gets closer to reaching a resolution to its recent invocation issue, the Mesa County Commissioners are hearing it for the first time.

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Sand Mandala to be Dumped into Colorado River

Updated: 08/04/2008 - Monday night at 6:30 a group of Tibetan monks will host a sweeping up ceremony in which they will sweep the sand of the Mandala into the Colorado River.

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National Night Out Tuesday Night

Posted: 08/04/2008 - National Night Out gives neighbors a chance to get to know each other, share comments and concerns, and become more aware of possible crime in the area.

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Grand Valley Transit Ridership Up

Updated: 08/03/2008 - Officials with Grand Valley Transit say bus ridership from april to june is up twelve to sixteen percent.

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Olathe Sweet Corn Festival

Updated: 08/02/2008 - Despite fears of too cool a spring and a labor dispute, the Olathe Sweet Corn Festival was as sweet as ever.

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Political Group Wants Grand Valley Residents to Vote Smart

Updated: 08/02/2008 - We're less than 100 days away from November 4, when voters across the country will be making one of the most important decisions of the decade -- that's why one political group says it wants voters to make sure they know exactly who they're voting for.

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Texting Benefits as Well as Dangers

Posted: 08/01/2008 - While the casual conversation may be writing its last will and testament in the light of increased texting, communication is not completely lost. T–Mobile estimates 65 percent of parents who text their teens report that texting improves relationships. Text messaging is fast becoming a tool more and more parents are becoming familiar with.

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Officials: Investigators Making Good Progress in Serial Arsonist Case

Updated: 08/01/2008 - It's been two months since the Grand Valley has heard from the suspected serial arsonist who authorities say is responsible for starting 17 fires in the downtown Grand Junction area. While authorities say that's a good thing, they add the search is still on and the trail may be getting warmer.

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Grand Junction hits the Century Mark

Posted: 08/01/2008 - A call from Willard Scott may be in order as Grand Junction has finally hit the century mark. The National Weather Service says at 2 p.m. the temperature hit 100 degrees at Grand Junction Regional Airport.

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