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New State Supreme Court Justice To be Sworn-in Soon

Updated: 03/06/2006 - Denver (AP) _A swearing-in ceremony is set for next Monday in Denver for Allison Eid -- the newest justice on the Colorado Supreme Court. Eid was the state's Solicitor General when Governor Owens nominated her for the position last month.

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AARP Offers Free Tax Help

Posted: 03/06/2006 - The AARP is offering free income tax preparation for senior and low-income residents of Mesa County at segveral locations in Grand Junction, Fruita, Palisade, and Clifton.

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Melting Mountain Snow Raises Water Levels

Posted: 03/05/2006 - The warmer than usual temperatures are melting snow in the mountains, which is causing water levels in rivers and streams to rise.

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Chase Suspect Sought In Grand Junction

Updated: 03/05/2006 - Colorado State Patrol Troopers are on the lookout for a suspect they believe is dangerous and may be high on methamphetamine.

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Grand Junction Hosts Genealogy Seminar

Posted: 03/04/2006 - Hundreds of Grand Valley residents made their way to a special two–day fair, in an effort to find out how to track family history and lineage.

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Wrestler Taped and Bound as Disciplinary Move

Updated: 03/05/2006 - Three junior high school coaches in Colorado have been placed on administrative leave after what appears to be a case of discipline gone too far.

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DeBeque Seeing Highs, Lows Of Energy Exploration

Updated: 03/03/2006 - The small town of DeBeque has new townhomes and new residents in part because of oil and gas exploration. But the town is also experiencing some of the concerns that come when big business comes to small-town Colorado.

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Spring Into Action With A Home Makeover

Updated: 03/04/2006 - Looking to spruce up a home or yard this spring? Then the Home Improvement and Remodeling Expo at the Two Rivers Convention Center is the place to be this weekend.

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New House Minority Leader Is Chosen

Posted: 03/03/2006 - Denver (AP) _ Parker Republican Representative Mike May will succeed Littleton's Joe Stengel as Colorado's House Minority leader, after Stengel resigned amid questions about his ethics.

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Teacher's Comments Stirs Walkout

Posted: 03/02/2006 - Controversial comments caught on tape have a front range teacher in hot water for sharing too much of his own political views.

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Colorado House Minority Leader Resigns

Updated: 03/02/2006 - Colorado State House minority leader Joe Stengel resigned Thursday morning after constituents questioned paymets he received while on vacation.

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Explosion at Compressor Station Was An Accident

Updated: 03/01/2006 - There will not be a federal investigation into two explosions at a natural gas compressor station in De Beque that injured one man yesterday. Fire officials are still investigating the explosions, but at this point the incident is being called an accident.

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