One dead in Fruita crash

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A member of the Lower Valley Fire Department looks up from Little Salt Wash along Maple Street in Fruita this morning, after a BMW crashed and fatally injured the driver. The coroner reported that Tyler James Stanford, 21, of Grand Junction was killed in the accident. A toxicology report is pending, the coroner said.

2,000 to 20,000 in valley may be affected by Obama order

Estimates of the number of Grand Valley residents who could register to remain in the United States under plans outlined by President Barack Obama range from as few as 2,000 to as many as 20,000. Under the plan, the parents of children who are citizens or legal residents can apply to remain in the United States for up to three years, so long as they can prove they have lived continuously in the country for five years and pass a criminal background check.



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