Vets lounge at CMU

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The Student Veterans’ Association at Colorado Mesa University hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house for the new Veteran Lounge today. It’s located on the main campus in Houston Hall, Room 110A, and will support the SVA’s mission of providing student veterans with the resources, support and advocacy to succeed in higher education and post-graduation.
The lounge will be staffed Monday through Friday, from 8:45 a.m. to 5 p.m., by a veteran work study student or another veterans resource from the community.

Body recovered from river

The Mesa County Sheriff’s Office is releasing few details about the discovery of a body in the Colorado River Wednesday afternoon. It is believed the body was found near the Persigo Wash area along the river.


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