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Palisade is holding its annual Art & Chocolate Walk today.

Participants in the Art & Chocolate Walk around downtown Palisade sample the sweet offerings at the Blue Pig Gallery as they browse the art on display today.

Nearly a dozen shops and galleries are participating in the walk and Small Business Saturday, which runs until 5:00 p.m.

District paid ex-exec more than was due

Former District 51 Communications Director Dan Dougherty received $66,831 in severance pay that was not required by his employment contract, as well as thousands of dollars in compensation and reimbursements for commuting from his home in Eagle, according to receipts and documents obtained by The Daily Sentinel.

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