Letters 6-17-21

Memorial Open House for Larry Peterson I am inviting friends of Larry Peterson or his family to a memorial Open House on Sunday, July 18 from 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. If you have any photos of Larry, please bring them to share your memories. If you are unable to attend, please email your memory …

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New law will gather health data and limit MJ concentrates for ages 18 to 20

BY FREDA MIKLIN – GOVERNMENTAL REPORTER After all 35 members of the Colorado state senate voted to approve HB21-1317, Regulating Marijuana Concentrates, on June 3, they sent it back to the state House, where, on June 8, all 65 members concurred, resulting in a unanimous vote. What is even more unusual is that the bill …

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Hundreds gather to celebrate the life of Donald W. Ringsby June 3 at the Denver Country Club

Donald W. Ringsby – 1939-2020 SUBMITTED BY DEBBIE PALMIERI At least 300 friends, family and colleagues gathered at the Denver Country Club on June 3 to celebrate the life of Don Ringsby, affectionately known as “Ringer” to those who knew him well. The family hosted a ceremony, followed by an open bar and barbeque luncheon.  …

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Newspapers record history as it happens – by bob sweeney

It is becoming lonely in the newspaper industry for local ownership.  Newspapers started being purchased by chains back in the 1970s.  They were profitable, especially the family-owned newspapers that grew as their cities prospered and thrived with growing populations.  Massive newspaper fortunes were accumulated by famous owners like Randolph Hearst. Dean Singleton became one of …

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