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GJFD Marshal's Office Recommends Charges in 4th of July Fire

Updated: 07/10/2015 - The Grand Junction Fire Marshal's Office has recommended to the Grand Junction Police Department that charges be filed against the individual/individuals responsible for the large brush fire that occurred on the night of July 4th 2015.

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A man on the 10 Most Wanted list in Grand Junction is off the streets

Updated: 07/09/2015 - A man on the "most wanted" list in Grand Junction is off the streets after he was arrested in Michigan. 37-year-old Bryan Lively was wanted for contempt of court warrants. He had charges stemming from robbery and first degree auto theft. Lively was picked up yesterday in Traverse City, Michigan.

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Community members get a sneak peek at CMU's renovated library

Updated: 07/09/2015 - CMU’s Tomlinson Library is just four months away from being complete. On Thursday, 30 community members got a sneak peek at how the project is looking so far. CMU’s President Tim Foster led the tour, and said the $25-million project was long overdue.

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SC lawmakers approve removing Confederate flag

Posted: 07/09/2015 - After 13 hours of emotional debate, the South Carolina House has voted to remove the Confederate flag from the state Capitol's front lawn. Gov. Nikki Haley has promised to sign the bill quickly.

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Kids learn how to prepare for an emergency using pillowcases

Updated: 07/09/2015 - The American Red Cross is using pillowcases to help kids prepare for natural disasters. 50 kids in the valley took part in the interactive Pillowcase Project presentation, which taught them how to be ready if a disaster should strike.

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GJPD: "Serious" head-on crash sends 2 to hospital

Updated: 07/09/2015 - The Grand Junction Police Department responded to the scene of what it described as a "serious" crash at the intersection of Highway 6 & 50 and 23 Road. Avoid the area if possible.

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Fire restrictions begin in McInnis Canyon area

Posted: 07/08/2015 - The BLM says that fire restrictions will begin Friday for portions of the McInnis Canyons national Conservation Area to mitigate the chance of fire damage.

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Central Library workshop explores working with volunteers

Updated: 07/08/2015 - The "Life Cycle of a Volunteer" free workshop Wednesday night in Grand Junction explores the best practices for organizations working with volunteers at the Mesa County Central Library 6 - 7:30 pm.

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