Cantaloupe season is here

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Daniel Salinas and Jenny Cothran load cantaloupe at the Grand Junction Farm and Ranch Market at Cross Orchards Historic Site Wednesday.
The melons are grown at Duhnam Melons in Green River, Utah. Dunham distributes to many local markets in the Grand Valley.
The market is open from 7:30 a.m. to noon each Wednesday and Sunday.

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