Fall foliage

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Photo by Dean Humphrey

Becky, Alyssa and Landon Sides of Grand Junction take a walk through Lincoln Park today underneath a canopy of fall colors.
Leaf peeping in the high country may be waning, but in the valleys the leaves are brilliant. The Sides recently moved here from Missouri.

Woman arrested, 
three people sought
 in motel robbery

A Grand Junction woman has been arrested and police are looking for three other people after they allegedly robbed a man at gunpoint as part of a prostitution scam at a local motel.


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