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Eagle Wrestlers Complete Season at State Tournament

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Eagle Wrestlers Complete Season at State Tournament

By Rhonda Uhland

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In Case You Missed It – Article Roundup for the Week Ending February 18

Weather Outlook – the Week Ahead: Warm, Rain Thursday

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By Chris Sorensen

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State Offices Closed Monday

Colorado State Capitol Dome

In observance of President's Day, many state offices will be closed Monday, February 20.

State driver's license offices, the department of Public Health and Environment's vital records office, Colorado Parks and Wildlife Service offices and administrative offices for executive branch departments will be among the facilities closed Monday.

All of Colorado's state parks will be open and staffed, but administrative offices and visitor centers will be closed.

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Funding, Support Needed to Keep County Landfills Open

Kiowa County Courthouse

By Cindy McLoud

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State Wrestling - Day Two (Photos)

CBI Investigating Officer-Involved Shooting

Law Enforcement - Arrest Made GUN

A Saguache County man faces charges after threatening law enforcement with a firearm, and was shot just after 9:00 a.m., February 12.

Saguache County Sheriff's Office deputies, with assistance from a Colorado State Patrol trooper, were called to a home outside of the town of Moffat on a call involving a man with a gun on Sunday morning.

At the home, the SCSO deputies and the CSP trooper identified themselves as law enforcement when contacting the man, who was inside the home.

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DUI Arrest Made Following High Speed Pursuit

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The Kiowa County Sheriff's Office has announced an arrest following a high-speed pursuit that occurred Wednesday (February 15).

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800 Million Standing Dead Trees in Colorado

Over the last seven years, the number of dead standing trees in Colorado forests increased almost 30 percent, to an estimated 834 million trees - or nearly one in every 14 standing trees. And this trend of increasing tree mortality - which is most observable in spruce-fir and lodgepole pine forests impacted by bark beetles - may result in forests conducive to large, intense wildfires like the 2016 Beaver Creek Fire that burned through beetle-kill timber northwest of Walden.

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273 Impaired Drivers Arrested Over Super Bowl Weekend

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While the Patriots defeated the Falcons to become Super Bowl 51 champions in Houston, back in Colorado law enforcement agencies were busy defending state roads from impaired drivers.

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