U-turn on North Avenue?

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Jeffrey Hurd, chairman of the board for the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce, speaks Wednesday night at the Grand Junction City Council meeting regarding the name change for North Avenue.


Council to vote Nov. 1 on rescinding name change

Grand Junction City Council will vote Nov. 1 on whether to rescind an earlier decision to change the name of North Avenue to University Boulevard, the council decided Wednesday.

Two pedestrians hit, killed within hours of each other

Two people died Wednesday in separate vehicle-pedestrian accidents that happened about 10 hours apart on opposite ends of the Grand Valley.





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