Teardrop campers, zip lines in local spotlight

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Photo by Dean Humphrey

The latest Vintage Overland teardrop camper, and the first model, seen in the background, are displayed at the business’ Grand Junction shop on Redlands Road.

Zip lines, canopy tours and custom-made teardrop campers are only a few things Grand Junction entrepreneurs are doing to help make the Grand Valley a hub in the outdoor recreation industry.

Foster parents make a difference ‘one child at a time’

Community leaders started a campaign on Friday urging people to open their homes to children needing a safe, stable place, because Mesa County has a shortage of foster families.

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