Glade Park routes have flaws

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A truck comes down Little Park Road on a steep, windy part of the road.

County to study safety-related improvements

Mesa County will consider improvements for roads leading to Glade Park following completion of a recent roadway safety study.
Colorado National Monument Superintendent Lisa Eckert requested the study following her decision last year to prohibit vehicles from bringing hazardous materials up the east side of the monument to Glade Park via Monument Road and Rim Rock Drive onto DS Road.

Cops: Fantasy stabbing over truck mix-up

Grand Junction police believe a man was stabbed early Wednesday in a strip club parking lot after mistakenly climbing inside a pickup truck that didn’t belong to him, surprising two men who were trying to leave and spurring a confrontation.



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