Last day to Stuff the Bus

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Photo by Dean Humphrey

Jeannie Smith with School District 51 packs up boxes of school supplies from the Stuff the Bus program Thursday sponsored by Mesa Mall, Town Square Media and the Western Rockies Federal Credit Union.
Today is the last day to donate supplies in the bus at Clock Court but each school would gladly accept donations for needy students.

Redlands crash victim identified

The Mesa County Coroner’s Office has identified the man who died in the rollover crash on the Redlands Parkway Wednesday evening as Michael Ray Petersen.


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