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Hall Selected for School Board
Posted by <> on 5/24/2016 1:18:00 PM.
Melanie Hall was chosen by the Montrose-Olathe School Board to fill the vacant seat for District A. The seat was vacated by Stu Tolen who moved out of the district last month and the district is required to fill the void within 60 days. The district says Hall will serve until the regular Board elections in November of 2017.
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Hearst Warns of Cosmo Content
Posted by <> on 5/23/2016 1:41:00 PM.
Victoria Hearst of Praise Him Ministries in Ridgway is pushing for warning labels on Hearst owned Cosmopolitian magazine because she claims the magazine is pornographic and targeted towards teens.
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Drone Donated to Sheriff's Office
Posted by <> on 5/22/2016 2:30:00 PM.
The Montrose County Sheriff's office received a high-end drone from Lone Eagle Land Brokerage. The Octocopter is designed for aerial photography and will aid the sheriff’s office in search & rescue. The donation was presented by avid drone operator and owner of LELB Joey Burns.
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Arrest In Toddler Death
Posted by <> on 5/19/2016 11:10:00 AM.
A Montrose woman is accused of causing the death of  2 year old Tobi Doyle. According to KJCT, 30 year old Julie Huff was arrested on suspicion of felony child abuse resulting in the death of a toddler. Tobi was found unresponsive at her Montrose home February 12th, she was taken to Montrose Memorial Hospital and then taken to Children's Hospital in Denver where she died the next day.
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HHS Office and County Recorder Office to Close Early
Posted by <> on 5/18/2016 9:38:00 AM.
Montrose County Health and Human Services will close at 2:00 p.m. tomorrow (Thursday). The building at 1845 South Townsend Avenue will serve as a training site for an emergency management exercise.
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Orange Tinge Found in Creek Near 2015 Spill
Posted by <> on 5/18/2016 9:35:00 AM.
The EPA is saying an orange tinge in a creek near the Gold King Mine spill site is not connected to their Gold King Mine work. The agency also says the water treatment plant upstream from Cement Creek is working properly. The EPA was told on Sunday that there was an orange tinge in the water.
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San Miguel County Transit Favored in Poll
Posted by <> on 5/18/2016 9:31:00 AM.
Mountain Village, Telluride and San Miguel County released results of a survey on Transit. 80 percent of voters say they support the San Miguel Regional Transportation Authority. 73 percent support a one-quarter of one percent increase in the San Miguel County sales tax rate, which is a sales tax increase of a quarter on a $100 buy; 72 percent support a one mill increase in County property taxes, which is an increase of $8 per $100,000 in assessed value for a home.
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Kerschner Honored by Montrose County
Posted by <> on 5/16/2016 10:26:00 AM.
Montrose County is honoring a well known citizen. County Commissioners named Cherry Creek Radio General Manager Jim Kerschner "Distinguished Citizen" for his tireless work with non-profit Operation Sweet Tooth, broadcasting high school sports and overall community involvement.
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