Snow day for shorts

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Photo by Gretel Daugherty

A runner trots past a snowman in Sherwood Park.

A man dressed in shorts trots past a snowman as he runs along the sidewalk in Sherwood Park.

Today’s forecast calls for sunny skies with a high around 32 degrees. The rest of the week will have clear skies with a gradual warming trend through Friday.

City buys into Pro Challenge race

Grand Junction should be taking a spin with a statewide bicycling race. People from all walks of life and local organizations have donated more than $98,000 for the city to serve as the overall host city to kick off the 2016 USA Pro Challenge race.



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