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Sydnee Rohde, 3, scrunches up her face against flying ice chips as she carves an ice sculpture.


Dressed as snow queen Elsa from the movie “Frozen,” Sydnee Rohde, 3, of Grand Junction scrunches up her face against flying ice chips as she carves an ice sculpture during the Friday Fusion party at the Mesa County Public Library’s central branch this afternoon. The party, which continues until 5:30 p.m. today, features a showing of “Frozen,” ice sculpture carving, storytelling and dancing for the children.

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The attorneys general of Nebraska and Oklahoma filed a lawsuit Thursday challenging the constitutionality of Colorado’s recreational marijuana law. The two attorneys general, Jon Bruning of Nebraska and Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, filed the case directly with the U.S. Supreme Court saying Colorado’s Amendment 64 is hurting their states.



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