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Ricky L. Ingwesen, 65, of Julesburg, was pronounced dead at Sterling Regional MedCenter Saturday about 11:30 this morning after a one vehicle accident. [Read More]
It's been a slow start to the local prep baseball season, with weather conditions forced much practice time to be indoors and slowing the evaluation... [Read More]
Wednesday was Colorado Agriculture Day, the annual celebration of the state's $40 billion ag industry. [Read More]
Seventy-five years ago the first peacetime draft occurred, the top industries were manufacturing and agriculture, minimum wage was 30 cents an hour, it was 34... [Read More]
If you thought the rural-urban divide at the state Capitol showed signs of improvement under the previous administration, in recent weeks it's shown new signs... [Read More]
STERLING POLICE DEPARTMENTMarch 21At 5:59 p.m. Jeremy Richard Todd Feyes, 33, of Sterling, was arrested in the 700 block of S. [Read More]
Today, March 23Narcotics Anonymous — 1:30 p.m., First Christian Church. Information: 970-520-1474. [Read More]
Colorado Beef Council will present a beef quality assurance training session on Friday, March 29, at Sterling Livestock Commission Co. [Read More]
Since they were very little, each time we have a visit with our grandchildren, we give them a "welcoming gift. [Read More]
For the first time ever, the Logan County Fair Parade won't be going down Main Street in 2019. An alternative route, probably incorporating Broadway, North... [Read More]
The Sterling High School Lady Tigers soccer team lost 5-0 against Gering Thursday to fall to 0-2 on the season, and will try again to... [Read More]
SHS FFA Oyster Fry rescheduled for March 26Due to the blizzard that struck earlier this month Sterling High School FFA had to postpone its annual... [Read More]
Today, March 22Business Roundtable — 8 to 9 a.m., CSU Engagement Center, 302 Main St. Qi Gong — 10 a. [Read More]
As part of its long-term mission to promote local and regional arts and artists, The Orphanage in downtown Yuma will host its first month-long exhibit... [Read More]
Public safety is the number one priority of the officers of Sterling Police Department. Sterling Police Chief Tyson Kerr gave a snapshot of the police... [Read More]
RE-1 Valley School District Special Education Director Brigitte Gustafson has been busy lately. She has just applied for a grant that would help elementary students... [Read More]
The Dodgers own the National League West, having won the division for six consecutive years. Although the Dodgers haven't won a World Series since 1988,... [Read More]
A Buckers Unlimited St. Patrick's Day Bull Bash held Saturday at the Logan County Fairgrounds provided thrills and some spills as cowboys did their best... [Read More]
As many eagerly await the end of a long and harsh winter, and warmer temperatures next quarter, Xcel Energy Colorado is providing some welcomed news... [Read More]
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Discussion regarding salary schedules and steps for employees continued Monday at an RE-1 Valley Board of Education business meeting. [Read More]
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