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United States Postal letter carrier Robin Correia delivers packages on Christmas morning on Hill Ave in Grand Junction.Making for some very happy Christmas morning gift recipients.She was hoping to finish by early afternoon.

Utah not inclined to sue over pot

Colorado seems unlikely to find itself on the receiving end of a complaint from Utah hauling it before the U.S. Supreme Court to answer for its new marijuana law. The Centennial State is being sued by two states on its eastern border — Nebraska and Oklahoma — that are asking the high court to invalidate Amendment 64, which decriminalized the possession and sale of small amounts of marijuana.

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    Daughter joins father at GJPD, and sharing the Christmas spirit.

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    Linda Villa was honored for her work to restore Riverside center.

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    View the mugshots of those arrested with a local meth and heroin ring.

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    Even the rain and snow couldn’t keep shoppers away this weekend.

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    How well do you know the book? The movies? Take the quiz to find out.

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