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Powderhorn still playing catch up after late start to season

Updated: 01/14/2015 - It was a slow start to the season for Powderhorn after a lack of snow caused the resort to open later than usual. Revenue at the mountain resort and the number of visitors to it has been down as a result.

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Wearing a helmet is crucial to staying safe on the mountains

Updated: 01/14/2015 - Every year nearly 10 million Americans head up to the mountains to ski or snowboard and every year there around 600,000 injuries reported with more than 20% of those being head injuries or concussions. Experts say that simply wearing a helmet could keep you protected.

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Low gas prices are boosting the housing market

Updated: 01/10/2015 - Low gas prices are having a positive impact on several industries throughout the country. The money people are keeping in their wallets is providing the housing market with a boost.

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Be aware of Scammers claiming to be debt collectors

Updated: 01/08/2015 - A new scam seems to be making its way across the state, and it has the Colorado Attorney General warning residents to be on the lookout. The scammers this time are claiming to be debt collectors.

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Gyroplanes go through regulations like airplanes

Updated: 01/07/2015 - Gyroplanes while considered experimental aircraft must still go through heavy regulation and inspection before ever being able to get off the ground, and the pilots that fly them must go through training before they can fly one.

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Carbon Monoxide dangers heat up during the winter

Updated: 01/02/2015 - It’s an odorless and colorless gas, and when leaking into your home it could go undetected. Carbon Monoxide can be deadly at high levels. The danger for carbon monoxide rises as more people start to use their heating appliances.

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Homeward Bound expanding help to the homeless

Updated: 01/01/2015 - The Grand Valley's only family homeless shelter is set for a big expansion in 2015. Homeward Bound will soon break ground on the first of a two phase project that will expand their services.

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Top 11 Stories in 2014

Updated: 01/01/2015 - With 2014 officially coming to an end we take a look back at top 11 stories that made headlines in 2014.

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Getting home safe this New Year's Eve

Updated: 12/30/2014 - Hitting the bars and going to parties are favorite traditions among many to ring in the New Year. But for those that also plan on drinking finding a way home is not always easy.

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No day off for first responders

Updated: 12/25/2014 - Everyday first responders put their own needs aside to rescue those in need often times putting their own lives at risk. For Grand Junction Fire Department's firefighters and paramedics Christmas is just another day on the job.

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Keeping kids busy during Winter Break

Updated: 12/23/2014 - Christmas may not be far away but there is still quite a bit of time before students return to school leaving some parents wondering what they can do with their kids for winter break.

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Parents weigh in on the school schedule

Updated: 12/23/2014 - Two years ago District 51 schools started moving toward a school schedule that shortened summer breaks and added breaks throughout the year to make up for the lost time during the summer.

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DUI Enforcement in full swing for Holiday Season

Updated: 12/22/2014 - Law Enforcement is reminding everyone that they will be stepping up their efforts to keep drivers safe and is on the lookout for any one driving while under the influence.

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Middle School students donate to Therapy Horse Program

Updated: 12/22/2014 - Two Fruita Middle School students took a community service class project to the next level when they raised more than $150 for the Dream Catcher Therapy Center. It’s money that will go a long way to help the center that is completely run by volunteers and donations.

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Palisade moves closer to Sport Shooting Complex

Updated: 12/18/2014 - This week the Town of Palisade took a big step forward toward improving their economy this week with the awarding of a $2 million grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs.

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Mind Springs Health gets much needed upgrades

Updated: 12/10/2014 - Mind Springs Health Center has gotten some much needed upgrades as part of the Governors $20 million dollar grant to improve the state’s psychiatric services.

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Wild Horses saved from slaughter house

Updated: 12/10/2014 - Five horses have been given a second chance at life after a local horse sanctuary rescued them from certain death. Among them was pregnant mom and young colt.

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Child abuse cases are on the rise in Mesa County

Updated: 12/04/2014 - The number of child abuse cases has been on the rise since 2007. Last year there were 493 cases, and in the first quarter of 2014 there were 107 child abuse or neglect cases according to the Mesa County Department of Human Services.

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New sneaker company opens in Montrose

Updated: 12/03/2014 - A news sneaker company is taking the Western Slope by storm, the company has only been in production for 4 months and already they are becoming the talk of the town.

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Hundreds of shoppers keep the Black Friday tradition alive

Updated: 11/28/2014 - Getting up before the sun and hitting retail stores for the big holiday savings is a tradition for millions of Americans, and here and Grand Junction it’s no different. Thousands of shoppers were out around town looking for the best deals.

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