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Dan Flenniken addresses students during Media Day at Colorado Mesa University.


Dan Flenniken, Colorado Mesa University’s director of mass communications, addresses high school and college students attending the university’s Media Day during a luncheon in the University Student Center ballroom this afternoon.

The 25th annual Media Day event offered students interested in journalism and communications the opportunity to attend workshops with professionals from a variety of media and compete for awards.

Remains of missing girl found

Investigators with the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office reported Sunday finding the remains of missing Grand Junction woman, 18-year-old Kelly Mae Myers, in the Cactus Park area. The remote area is located south of the Gunnison River and southeast of Colorado Highway 141.



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