Students tour West Star

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West Star Aviation hosted more than 300 students with special needs from School District 51 Friday morning.

West Star Aviation hosted more than 300 students with special needs from School District 51 Friday morning for a private viewing of planes and construction equipment.
The kids also got an up close view of a National Guard helicopter.

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Grand Junction Regional Airport and one of its contractors settled a lawsuit Thursday and nearly locked the legal door on disputes that grew from a 2013 FBI raid at the airport offices.

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