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The seventh annual Grand Junction Local #2808 Turkey Trot, presented by Rocky Mountain Health Plans, started this morning at 9 a.m. The 5k race started and finished on Main Street at Two Rivers Convention Center, and more than 1,400 runners took part, raising more than $40,000.
The Turkey Trot benefits Toys for Tots, the Colorado Professional Firefighters Foundation, and a local fund for sick or injured firefighters and their families

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The Grand Junction Downtown Development Authority has cut ties with the man it hired just seven weeks ago to head the organization.

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