Avalon Grand Opening

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Main Street in downtown Grand Junction was closed this morning for the grand reopening of the Avalon Theatre. More than 250 people attended the party. The theater will have an open house and tours until 7 p.m. tonight.

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A 13-year-old Grand Junction boy was arrested Tuesday after he allegedly stole his parents’ vehicle, rammed three police patrol cars and ran over an officer’s leg, sending the officer to the hospital, police said.


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