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Drag racing season underway at local track

It was a perfect day for some family fun at the drag strip on 32 Road near Highway 50 on Sunday.

Sunday ended the week-long PRIDE celebration here in Grand Junction. The afternoon kicked off with the 7th annual PRIDE Parade.

As of Sunday afternoon, we’ve got a few calls to our newsroom about an unidentified object above Grand Junction.

This weekend the Civil Air Patrol base hosted a multi-state training exercise here in Grand Junction.

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