Frolicing at Fun Fest

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Photo by Gretel Daugherty

Hannah Chambers laughs as a firefighter blasts her with cold water from a hose.


Hannah Chambers, 11, of Grand Junction laughs and runs through the spray while shielding herself against the cold water from a hose manned by a firefighter with the Grand Junction Fire Department during the Western Slope Kids Fun Fest today at Lincoln Park.

Children were treated to entertainment, activities, and visits with Curious George and Clifford the Big Red Dog during the festival for kids and their families, which was hosted by Rocky Mountain PBS.

Junction man jailed in death of toddler

A Grand Junction man who admitted to striking his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter was arrested on a warrant Friday night on charges of second-degree murder and child abuse resulting in death.


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