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Bicyclist Killed

Updated: 11/11/2006 - A bike rider was killed early Saturday morning along US Highway 6. The Colorado State Patrol responded to the scene just after six this morning.

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Runners Take on a Tough Course

Updated: 11/11/2006 - They just kept going, and going, and going. Hundreds took part in the fourteenth annual Rim Rock Run on Saturday, as they footed 22 point 5 miles in the cold.

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Past and Present Members of Armed Forces are Honored

Updated: 11/11/2006 - It's a day to remember those who have fought and those that are still fighting for our country's freedom. For many, veterans and current soldiers the decision to fight and protect was an easy one.

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New Statues Unveiled

Updated: 11/11/2006 - The Western Slope Vietnam War Memorial Park held a Veterans Ceremony Saturday morning, this ceremony was extra special because of a new addition to the park.

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Investigations Continue in Montrose Homicide

Updated: 11/10/2006 - An autopsy of the body discovered near the Montrose County Landfill was performed today, and the case is now officially classified as a homicide.

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Arrest Made In Car-Jacking, Assault

Updated: 11/10/2006 - An arrest has been made in connection with a nighttime car–jacking at the parking lot of St. Mary's hospital last month.

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Gas Leak Evacuates School, Two Workers Electrocuted At Leak Site

Updated: 11/10/2006 - A Pear Park area elementary school was evacuated for about two hours today after a gas line was cut at a nearby housing development under construction. Two Xcel Energy workers were electrocuted while attempting to stop the leak.

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Special Report Part Two: School Health

Updated: 11/10/2006 - Mesa County School District 51 is leading the country when it comes to making healthy food accessible to its high school students. In June the district adopted a wellness policy in compliance with a federal mandate.

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History in Danger of Destruction

Updated: 11/10/2006 - Some call it history while others say it is a huge liability for the city of Fruita. Now, as the old Fruita Bridge is threatened by demolition many are fighting to keep it standing.

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Special Report: Health Promoting Schools

Updated: 11/08/2006 - Candy, pizza and french fries are all favorites for many children, but a new Wellness Policy adopted by Mesa County School District 51 has some students trading in the french fries for apples and oranges.

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Court Deems Gas Program Illegal

Updated: 11/08/2006 - A Federal Court decision delivers a blow to chain grocery stores in Colorado offering below–cost gas to consumers.

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Crash Shuts Down Horizon Drive

Updated: 11/08/2006 - There was a major traffic tie-up on Horizon Dr. Wednesday afternoon following a two–vehicle crash, which may have involved an impaired driver.

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Legal Counsels Help Ensure Ethical Voting

Updated: 11/08/2006 - Mesa County Republicans and Democrats both have legal counsels set up to make sure that the voting process is legal and ethical

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Some Vote Centers Off To Slow Start

Updated: 11/08/2006 - Montrose wasn't the only place along the Western Slope that experienced problems this morning, some vote centers in Mesa County also had a few issues.

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Suit To Keep Polls Open Denied

Posted: 11/07/2006 - A lawsuit against the City and County of Denver asking to keep voting centers open two extra hours due to computer glitches was denied.

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Problems At The Polls In Montrose

Updated: 11/08/2006 - Some residents in montrose are angry with the way it went at the polls. Voting came to a standstill at the Montrose Pavilion for nearly two hours, and some voters were asked to fill out provisional ballots.

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