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Should children bring their Bibles to school?

Updated: 10/08/2015 - Thursday is Bring Your Bible to School Day, and thousands across the nation are predicted to participate in the movement designed to remind students that it is their constitutional right to bring their bible to school.

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Uber comes to the Grand Valley

Updated: 10/07/2015 - All across the world people are taking Uber rides and recent numbers predict the company's worth at $50 billion. Recently, the ride-sharing application has come to the Grand Valley.

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Should oil export ban be lifted?

Updated: 10/07/2015 - On Friday congress will vote to overturn the oil export ban originally introduced in 1975.

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GJPD searching for missing woman

Updated: 10/07/2015 - Grand Junction Police asking public for help in finding Heather Fullerton, 28. She has not been heard from since September 27th.

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World War II Bomber B-17 plane arrives in Grand Junction

Updated: 10/05/2015 - A 1944 Bomber B-17 plane from World War II arrived in Grand Junction Monday for the Grand Junction Air Show. The plane will be on display and rides will be offered to the public until October 12th at the airport.

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Oktoberfest celebrations break 33 year downtown tradition

Updated: 10/04/2015 - Grand Junction celebrated Oktoberfest on Sunday but the usual downtown celebration was scaled down this year due to a lack of funding. Grand Junction Oktoberfest 2015 was instead held at Kannah Creek's Edgewater brewery

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Superheroes tackle CASA's 5k fun run

Updated: 10/03/2015 - On Saturday, Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman all ditched their hero duties to compete in CASA of Mesa County's 5k superhero run.

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Film documents mystery of missing cyclist

Updated: 10/03/2015 - A film documenting the disappearance of cyclist Mike Rust came to Grand Junction on Saturday. The Rider and the Wolf, was shown at brown cycles in downtown Grand Junction.

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Fruita resident turns 103 on Sunday

Updated: 10/02/2015 - Fruita resident Ray Green will be turning 103 on Sunday. Friday, his friends gathered to celebrate his very, special birthday.

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