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Ron Fischer of Fruita shows a small amount of gold he found while panning.



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Ron Fischer of Fruita shows a small amount of gold he found while panning.

Gold prices are driving some people north to Alaska, or at least the Pacific Northwest, and others to businesses where precious metals are the stock in trade. “It’s called no…




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