White Christmas possible, but not probable

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People file into a service at Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church in Grand Junction as a snow flurry hits the Grand Valley Sunday.
The National Weather Service forecasts a 30% chance of snow or rain Monday with afternoon wind gusts as high as 30 mph.
Tuesday will be mostly sunny. A slight chance of snow may bring a white Christmas on Wednesday.

Garfield County man held after father dies in struggle

A Garfield County man was jailed Friday in connection with the death of his father in a home just outside of New Castle. Anthony William Padia, 27, was taken to the Garfield County Jail on Friday on suspicion of second-degree murder of his 65-year-old father, Leon Padia, of 196 Mid Valley Drive, on Wednesday.



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