ARCHIVED OCTOBER - DECEMBER 2014
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Archived October - December 2014
Last November, CDOT put up a temporary electronic sign warning drivers to "Keep Right," along with green reflectors in the median.
(Marshall Zelinger, Denver Channel, Nov 7 14)
Deputies in Park County found a car belonging to a teen reported missing from Nebraska.
(Janet Oravetz, KUSA, Nov 1 14)
One person was confirmed dead Friday afternoon after a semi-trailer and sedan collided head-on near Hartsel on U.S. 24, according to the Colorado State Patrol.
(Jesse Paul, The Denver Post, Oct 31 14)
Located in Fairplay, at the junction of 285 and Colorado State Highway 9, South Park Brewing is the dream of Paul Kemp and Megan Sebastian...
(Jonathan Shikes, Westword, Sep 12 14 )
Park County citizens run to challenge career incumbents
Park County Sheriff Challenged by veteran law enforcement officer, David Edstrom
Third term candidate Mark Dowaliby challenged by Sandra A. Horrock for District 3 Commissioner.
"We need to try and integrate the sheriff back with the community again," Edstrom said. "Getting to every corner to meet people, the great community throughout the county."
(Brian Head, the Flume, Jul 18 14)
KUSA - The former fire chief of the Inter-Canyon Fire Protection District was sentenced Friday to eight years in prison for embezzling more than $600,000 in public funds.
(Robert Garrison, KUSA, Aug 1 14)
Belmont was initially arrested on June 4 in Aurora after a June 3 domestic violence incident with his estranged wife.
(Emily Clingman, the Flume, Jul 18 14)
A second New York Times article reports revealed that officials have caught an additional 240,000 Central American migrants since April, and are transporting many of them to their destinations throughout the United States.
Experts say that President Barack Obama's administration has failed to close the loopholes and is unlikely to deport more than a small percentage of the illegals, despite the high unemployment rates among American Latino, African-American and white youths, and the strapped budgets of many cities and towns.
(Neil Munro, White House Correspondent, The Daily Caller, Jul 5 14)