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Linemen's Rodeo Held To Fine Tune Electricians' Skills

Updated: 05/06/2006 - The Mesa Hot Line School held its annual Linemen's Rodeo Saturday. Fourteen journeymen teams and more than a hundred apprentices competed in the rodeo to fine tune their electrical skills.

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Mesa Mall Hosts Bingo Brunch For Grand Valley Teachers

Updated: 05/06/2006 - It was no ordinary game of bingo as teachers from around the Grand Valley gathered for a special brunch Saturday morning at the Mesa Mall where they learned just much they're appreciated.

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Special Olympics Event Canceled

Updated: 05/05/2006 - For the first time in 35 years the Special Olympics is forced to cancel its western slope games in Grand Junction due to a scheduling conflict at Stocker Stadium.

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Police Department Say Guard Your Scooter

Updated: 05/05/2006 - Thefts of motor scooters an mopeds are on the rise. The Grand Junction Police Department says people owning the popular gas-savers are finding them stolen more often.

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Defend Colorado Now Comes To Grand Junction

Posted: 05/05/2006 - A group of Colorado residents wanting to deny some state services to illegal immigrants is trying to make their voices heard on the western slope this weekend.

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Doody Selected As Grand Junction Mayor

Posted: 05/04/2006 - The man who founded the Western Slope Vietnam War Memorial in Fruita will be Grand Junction's new mayor. City Council members selected Jim Doody to fill the position last night at the end of their meeting.

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City Council Decides Fate Of Salvage Yard

Posted: 05/04/2006 - The Grand Junction City Council votes in favor of rezoning an area of lower downtown, allowing a salvage yard owner to relocate his business.

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An In-Depth Look At Nursing In The Grand Valley: Part 1

Updated: 05/04/2006 - Many parts of Colorado report having a nursing shortage. But after several interviews with local facilities, many say there is not a nursing shortage at this time in Grand Junction. But it does not mean we are in the clear.

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Mental Health Facility Being A Good Neighbor

Updated: 05/05/2006 - The new Colorado West Mental Health Facility has been open for a little more than five months. And while neighbors in the area are still skeptical they say so far there have been no problems to report.

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White Hall To Be Torn Down

Updated: 05/03/2006 - A landmark building in Grand Junction will soon be demolished. The owners of the White Hall building on the corner of 6th Street and White Avenue say the building is not cost–effective and will be torn down with a new structure put in its place.

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District 51 Reaches Agreement On Teacher Contracts

Updated: 05/03/2006 - Mesa County School District 51 and the Mesa Valley Education Association have come to terms on a new contract for the 2006/2007 school year and there are several notable increases for teachers.

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Kids And Cursing -- A Special Report

Updated: 05/02/2006 - The use of foul language is becoming more common in public and has more or less become a part of the culture and everyday conversations, particularly with children.

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New Montrose Fire Station? Voters Decide

Updated: 05/03/2006 - There has been a concerted effort for years to get approval to raise the Mill Levy Tax in Montrose, in order to fund a new fire station. Tuesday, a county wide vote asked citizens to vote on the issue.

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Student-Produced Paper Recognized

Updated: 05/03/2006 - Mesa State College's student-produced newspaper receives high accolades from the Society of Professional Journalists.

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Council Gets Riverside Parkway Update

Posted: 05/01/2006 - On Monday, Grand Junction officials associated with the Riverside Parkway Project gave city council members an update on where the project stands and there was both good news and bad news.

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Kids And Cursing--A Special Report

Updated: 05/01/2006 - A recent AP/Ipsos poll suggests that a majority of Americans believe profanity, especially in public, is getting worse.

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Small Group Gathers To Support Immigrant Rights

Updated: 05/01/2006 - About a dozen local activists gathered outside the Federal Building this afternoon to show support for immigration reform policies. Members of the Western Slope Justice for Immigrants Coalition presented 15–hundred petitions to Senator Wayne Allard's office today.

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