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Brad Millard of the Colorado State Patrol shares information about prospective jobs with Russell Pehrsen of Rifle at the Career Connections Job Fair at Colorado Mesa University.
The fair continues today in the ballroom at the University Center until 2 p.m.
More than 50 employers are at the fair seeking qualified candidates in a variety of fields, including radio, medical, finance and customer service. Parking is free on campus.

Cops: Fantasy stabbing over truck mix-up

Grand Junction police believe a man was stabbed early Wednesday in a strip club parking lot after mistakenly climbing inside a pickup truck that didn’t belong to him, surprising two men who were trying to leave and spurring a confrontation.




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