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Keaton Crockett, 13, from Parker, fishes at Connected Lake in the James M. Robb-Colorado River State Park — Connected Lakes Section on Tuesday morning. He was in town visiting family during his fall break from school.

Air show traffic jam blamed on contractor

Organizers of the Grand Junction Air Show placed the majority of the blame for Saturday’s hourslong Horizon Drive traffic jam on a contractor they declined to identify.

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    2015 Grand Junction West Star Air Show featuring Tora! Tora! Tora! and more.

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    CMU’s dynamic backfield duo, Central wins SB title, prep state golf action.

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