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Wyatt Joy makes a Lego print t-shirt during Lego Camp.

Wyatt Joy, 5, of Grand Junction, makes a LEGO print T-shirt during the annual LEGO Camp hosted by eBricks Outlet toy store at the River of Life Church Monday morning.
This popular camp is for ages four to 12 from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 4 p.m. this week. More information is available at the store’s Facebook page,

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In her first public statements since a new trial was granted in Michael Blagg’s murder case, Jennifer Blagg’s mother called for “harsh but fair” punishment for the ex-juror responsible for the upheaval.

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