Law

Trial in the slaying of Lafayette's Nathaniel Tallman opens Monday



Mitchell Byars 09/13/2015 On a January night in 2014, Lafayette's Nathaniel Tallman got behind the wheel of his Mitsubishi Lancer and vanished. Two months later, the search for Tallman ended with the discovery of his body on the side of the road in Wyoming. Now, more than a year later, the search for justice in Tallman's death is set to begin.

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Marijuana campaign aims to educate teens



Jordan Alexander 09/09/2015 GRAND JUNCTION - The Mesa Country Drug Threat Oversight Collaborative (DTOC) are rolling out a new educational campaign to tackle pot use among teenagers.

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Lawmakers aim to track drugged-driving arrests



Peter Marcus 07/28/2015 DENVER – State lawmakers are planning legislation for next year that would assist in tracking drivers under the influence of marijuana and other drugged-driving arrests.

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Jeffco commissioners may allow pot testing



Christy Steadman 07/28/2015 Jefferson County commissioners have told staff to start drafting an ordinance that would continue the prohibition of retail, cultivation and manufacturing of marijuana in unincorporated parts of the county. The moratorium forbidding all commercial marijuana operations ends Jan. 1.

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Sheriff tells commissioners of pot growing facilities



J.E. Ward 07/09/2015 Custer County banned commercial marijuana facilities in 2010, but that hasn’t stopped them from appearing. During the regular Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) meeting, Colorado State Treasurer Walker Stapleton stated that other rural counties have reported a problem with marijuana facilities, and he wanted to know if Custer County did as well.

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