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Parker teen pleads guilty in Black Forest crash that killed two



Lance Benzel 08/08/2015 Dabbing at tears, an 18-year-old Parker man pleaded guilty Friday to killing two close friends in a Labor Day drunk-driving crash in Black Forest. Testing found his blood alcohol content was .10 percent, exceeding the legal limit for adult drivers of .08 percent.

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Mancos town trustees weigh pot tax



Mary Shinn 01/14/2014 Town trustees on Wednesday considered a putting a measure on the ballot that would allow them to tax marijuana up to 10 percent. If the ballot measure is passed in April, the tax would take effect January 2015.

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U.S. marshals make arrest for explosives, meth possession on BLM land



Robert Boczkiewicz 12/31/2014 DENVER – A man who allegedly had explosives and materials to produce methamphetamine at a campsite southeast of Salida in May 2013 is now charged with federal crimes.

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La Veta receives first application related to a marijuana business



Carol Dunn 07/24/2014 LA VETA – Just shy of two months after enacting its marijuana ordinance, the town of La Veta has received a commercial development permit application to repurpose a building within the town limits which will eventually become a “marijuana medical and retail” establishment.

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Sentencing set for ex-sheriff in meth-for-sex case



SADIE GURMAN, AP 06/20/2014 DENVER - When a revered former Colorado sheriff pleaded guilty to plying young men with methamphetamine in exchange for sexual favors two years ago, his colleagues were stunned.

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Marijuana causes discord on La Veta board



Carol Dunn 03/17/2014 LA VETA - At the Tuesday La Veta town board meeting, Trustee Bill Stark tried to get the board to ban the sale, cultivation, testing and refinement of recreational and medical marijuana within town limits.

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Pot sales begin in Telluride, and ‘business is good’



Tobie Baker 01/01/2014 On New Year’s Day, the first day to sell recreational marijuana legally in Colorado, Adam Raleigh said he’s glad he ignored his father’s advice against becoming a ganjapreneur. “Business is good,” he said Wednesday as his customers waited in line for more than an hour.

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First-ever sanctioned cannabis club set to open



Nelson Garcia 03/09/2014 NEDERLAND – When voters approved Amendment 64, Cheryl and David Fanelli began a journey of establishing a place where people can smoke marijuana legally together outside of their homes. They say their dream is finally becoming reality.

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Jailed Colorado Springs pastor has substance abuse problem



AP 02/21/2014 DENVER - A lawyer for a street ministry pastor accused of posing as a U.S. Marshal and handcuffing and robbing a man he lured to a Denver motel told a judge Thursday that he has a substance abuse problem and wants to be released from jail so he can seek treatment.

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