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A man was killed this morning when the Jeep Cherokee he was driving slammed into the back of another vehicle on the Interstate 70 Business Loop, the Grand Junction Police Department said.

City market construction starts, but with new limits

Construction of a 60,000-square-foot big box City Market at 12th Street and Patterson Road started last week, but with changes to accommodate complaints from nearby homeowners.

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