Airport security turbulence abates

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Passengers in line at the security check-in at Grand Junction Regional Airport had a short wait Monday afternoon in spite of new regulations that separate bins must be used for individual items. Transportation Security Administration officials have been helping train local security agents on new protocols that have caused delays under some circumstances.

It’s smooth sailing in Grand Junction after bumpy start to new TSA rules

Tighter security measures haven’t caused anyone to miss their flights so far this week at Grand Junction Regional Airport, airport officials said, as the Transportation Security Administration moved to help fliers more efficiently negotiate the new rules.

Council debates funding for CMU

After tussling over how much money the city should give to Colorado Mesa University in 2018, and whether taxpayer funds should pay for student scholarships, Grand Junction City Council members informally agreed this week to send somewhere between $750,000 and $1 million to the university.

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