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Wyoming Artist & Fruita Company Working to Remember LeDoux Legacy

Updated: 02/21/2009 - Chris LeDoux was best known as a country music singer and songwriter. But many people are unaware of his love for sculpting and that he was a rodeo champion. Years after his death, a Wyoming artist is remembering him with a bronze sculpture.

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Rifle Correctional Center Will Remain Open

Updated: 02/20/2009 - A correctional facility in Rifle that was set to be shut down as part of the state's massive budget cutting efforts, will remain open.

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New: Lahood Eyes Taxing Miles Driven

Posted: 02/20/2009 - The Obama administration’s new Transportation Secretary is floating the idea of a tax on motorists based on how many miles they travel, not how much gas they use.

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Bomb Kills 28 at Shiite Funeral in Pakistan

Posted: 02/20/2009 - A suicide bomber attacked a funeral procession of a slain Shiite Muslim leader in Pakistan, killing 28 people and setting off deadly rioting.

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BofA’s CEO Lewis Subpoenaed by Cuomo

Posted: 02/20/2009 - Bank of America Chief Executive Ken Lewis has received a subpoena from the New York State Attorney General’s Office in connection with Merrill Lynch’s payment of employee bonuses before the companies combined Jan. 1.

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Deficit Closing Bill to be Signed Today

Posted: 02/20/2009 - California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is expected to sign a massive package of tax increases and spending cuts into law today to erase a $42 billion deficit.

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Clinton to Obama: Talk Optimistically on Economy

Posted: 02/20/2009 - It used to be gospel in the nation’s power center: Presidents didn’t talk publicly about what the markets were doing. The notion was that anything a President said on this subject could be too easily misinterpreted, sending Wall Street into a dive.

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Losses Expected To Continue

Posted: 02/20/2009 - Wall Street is poised to extend its losses a day after the Dow sank to its lowest level in more than six years and triggered a global sell-off overnight.

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New: January Rise in Consumer Prices Largest Since July

Posted: 02/20/2009 - Consumer prices rose by the most in six months in January, propelled by higher energy costs. But over the past year inflation has been flat, the lowest reading in more than a half-century.

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Man Pleads Guilty In Colo. Dragging death

Posted: 02/20/2009 - A man accused of killing his girlfriend by dragging her behind a car with a tow strap around her neck has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in exchange for a life sentence instead of a possible death penalty.

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Threshold to History: The Margery Building

Updated: 02/23/2009 - Downtown Grand Junction has a lot of interesting historic buildings that have retained their spirit of the past. These buildings can give us clues about the city and the people who lived here. One such place is the Margery Building, on the corner of 5th and Main in downtown Grand Junction.

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Feds Seek More Time In Roan Plateau Lawsuit

Updated: 02/20/2009 - Federal officials want more time to submit briefs in a lawsuit over drilling on Colorado’s Roan Plateau to give the new administration a chance to review the case and explore the basis for a settlement.

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Greeley Coach Arrested In Internet Luring Case

Posted: 02/20/2009 - A volunteer girls high school soccer coach from Greeley is in custody after authorities say he had online sexual discussions with a person he believed to be a minor.

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Four Deaths From Flu in Last Five Weeks in Colorado

Updated: 02/19/2009 - In the last five weeks four children died from flu related illness, two of those on the Western Slope. Now health officials are saying this is the worst flu season in state in the last five years.

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Full Foster Homes

Posted: 02/19/2009 - The number of kids needing a good home is growing, but the amount of available foster parents is not.

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New Anti-Lead Law Could Turn The Page For Libraries

Updated: 02/19/2009 - A new federal law barring lead from children's products could turn the page on libraries. Mesa county libraries says it may have to pull books from the shelves or ask your kids to stay out.

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New Lead Law Is Costing Dealerships Alot Of Money

Updated: 02/19/2009 - The new lead law is already costing businesses around the area a lot of money. ATV's and dirt bikes designed for children have already been pulled of the showroom floors because they contain lead that's higher than the new law allows.

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