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Rowland Begins Series Of Platform Talks

Updated: 08/22/2006 - Republican Lt. Governor candidate Janet Rowland is taking the issues to the voters, as she begins a series of forums to discuss the Republican platform.

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New School's Entrance Out Of Order

Updated: 08/22/2006 - While it was back to business for most of the 40 schools in District 51. Construction on the entrance to the new Pear Park Elementary School is still underway, but district officials are doing everything possible in the meantime to ensure the safety of students.

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School Zones Strictly Enforced

School Safety Zones

Updated: 08/22/2006 - As kids head back to school, police are too. They want to remind drivers that if you ignore the yellow school zone lights, there's a good chance you'll be seeing their lights in your rear-view mirror.

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Rock Slide Closes Interstate 70

Updated: 08/22/2006 - A rock slide in De Beque Canyon causes I-70 to shut down tonight. One vehicle is hit by rocks, but no one is injured.

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Back To School Sales Strong For Local Retailer

Updated: 08/20/2006 - Monday marks the first day of school for District 51 and all that back to school shopping has made for the second most profitable weeks for at least one Grand Junction retailer

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BLM Makes A Big Purchase

Posted: 08/19/2006 - The purchase of private lands in McInnis Canyons looks to make what many call one of the best wilderness areas on the Western Slope that much better.

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Six New School's Dedicated in Grand Valley

Posted: 08/18/2006 - Monday marks the start of a new school year; which means new faces, teachers, and even some new schools for the Mesa County Valley School District 51.

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Senator Hears Complaints, Suggestions From Area Farmers

Updated: 08/18/2006 - Colorado Senator Ken Salazar is in Grand Junction today getting an earful of the concerns Western Slope farmers have on agriculture. The meeting is part of a listening tour to see what issues need to be addressed in the 2007 Congressional farm bill.

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Rare Artifacts Unveiled

Updated: 08/18/2006 - In it's quest to become more regional, The Museum of the West unveiled new rare artifacts and announced the creation of an Anthropology and Archeology Department.

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Poll Angers District 55 Candidates

Decision 2006

Updated: 08/18/2006 - A telephone survey with misleading questions about current State Legislator and House candidate Bernie Buescher has angered both candidates in the race.

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School Lunches Get A Makeover

Updated: 08/18/2006 - Students are being encouraged to trade in the french fries for apples and oranges.

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BLM Lists Public's Help In Cleaning Public Lands

Updated: 08/17/2006 - The Bureau of Land Management is being overwhelmed by people who are using public lands as dumping grounds, and are asking for the public's help in catching those perpetrators.

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Schools Gearing Up To Open

Updated: 08/17/2006 - School starts on Monday and District 51 officials say they're ready. This fall more than 20,000 students are expected to take a seat in one of the 40 schools the district has to offer.

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Rowland Under Fire By Gay Community

Updated: 08/17/2006 - It didn't take long for jabs to start flying in the race for the governors office. Just hours after being named Gubernatorial Candidate Bob Beuaprez's running mate. Some are saying Janet Rowland compared homosexuality to beastiality.

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