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History Center to present the "Reel" California girls & their vista hoganThe "Reel" California girls & their vista hogan The Royal Gorge Regional Museu
History Center to present the "Reel" California girls & their vista hogan
Canon City Daily Record / Posted an hour ago
The "Reel" California girls & their vista hogan The Royal Gorge Regional Museum & History Center is hosting the much-anticipated presentation by museum volunteer Loretta Bailey at 1 p.m. Sept. 12 in the Program Room of the Royal Gorge Regional... Read more
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Bulletin Board7 a.m. The Royal Gorge Amateur Radio Club meets at Mr. Ed's restaurant for a Du
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Canon City Daily Record / Posted 12 days ago
7 a.m. The Royal Gorge Amateur Radio Club meets at Mr. Ed's restaurant for a Dutch treat breakfast. For more information, call Chuck Ward at 275-5709. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Fremont County Farmers Market is every Saturday through Sept. 26 at the... Read more
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Cañon City Public Works Committee will review 2016 budget goals WednesdayCañon City Public Works Committee will review 2016 budget goals today The Caño
Cañon City Public Works Committee will review 2016 budget goals Wednesday
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 15 days ago
Cañon City Public Works Committee will review 2016 budget goals today The Cañon City Public Works Committee will meet for its regular meeting at 4 p.m. today at City Hall, 128 Main St. The committee will hear information on the Combined Regional... Read more
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Hudson Taylor Clark remains incompetent to proceedA man who was shot multiple times after allegedly stabbing a Cañon City police
Hudson Taylor Clark remains incompetent to proceed
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 21 days ago
A man who was shot multiple times after allegedly stabbing a Cañon City police officer in December continues to be incompetent to proceed. Hudson Taylor Clark, 32, who is in custody of the Department of Human Services, was first deemed incompetent... Read more
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Preliminary hearing set for man accused of attempting to kill his wifeA preliminary hearing was set Monday for a Cañon City man accused of attempting
Preliminary hearing set for man accused of attempting to kill his wife
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 23 days ago
A preliminary hearing was set Monday for a Cañon City man accused of attempting to kill his wife and having an incestuous relationship with his stepdaughter Steven Todd Whitt's next court appearance is set for 10 a.m. Sept. 16. Whitt, 52, is facing... Read more
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Bulletin Board9-10 a.m. "Peace in Motion" exercise club meets for relaxing and meditative str
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Canon City Daily Record / Posted 27 days ago
9-10 a.m. "Peace in Motion" exercise club meets for relaxing and meditative stretching, balance, Chi Gong and simple dances at Shepherd of the Hills Church, 801 Sheridan Ave. For more information, call 719-320-3753. Noon AA meeting at 715 Elm... Read more
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Man who allegedly threw knives at law enforcement takes plea dealA 49-year-old man who allegedly threw knives at local law enforcement accepted
Man who allegedly threw knives at law enforcement takes plea deal
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 28 days ago
A 49-year-old man who allegedly threw knives at local law enforcement accepted a plea deal Wednesday. Roy Mondragon pleaded guilty to four counts of menacing. Mondragon, of Cañon City, formally was charged May 27 with four counts of first-degree... Read more
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National Night Out Against Crime: Cañon City Police Department, other organizations present safety informationSt. Thomas More Hospital, along with multiple other organizations, presented sa
National Night Out Against Crime: Cañon City Police Department, other organizations present safety information
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 29 days ago
St. Thomas More Hospital, along with multiple other organizations, presented safety information Tuesday at Cañon City Police Department's National Night Out Against Crime. Emma Glancy. manager of wellness programs at STMH, said it's safer to... Read more
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Holcim merges with French company to become LafargeHolcimHolcim, one of Fremont County's largest employers and community supporters, com
Holcim merges with French company to become LafargeHolcim
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 30 days ago
Holcim, one of Fremont County's largest employers and community supporters, completed a merger in July with Lafarge, creating the new LafargeHolcim. Plant manager Keith Krugh said the merger with the French industrial company combines two companies... Read more
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Bulletin Board8 a.m. Cañonland Walkers and Hikers will meet at the Sells Trailhead at the en
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Canon City Daily Record / Posted 1 months ago
8 a.m. Cañonland Walkers and Hikers will meet at the Sells Trailhead at the end of Sells off Ninth Street and past the Surgery Center. For more information, call 276-0542 or visit canonlandwalkershikers.org. 5:30 p.m. Bingo at the Florence Elks at... Read more
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Motions hearing set for murder suspect John Paul WilliamsA motions hearing has been set for a man accused of a November 2009 murder, in
Motions hearing set for murder suspect John Paul Williams
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 1 months ago
A motions hearing has been set for a man accused of a November 2009 murder, in which he allegedly dismembered the body. John Paul Williams' attorney, Riley Selleck, said he intends to file a motion to dismiss the case. The hearing is set for 9 a.m.... Read more
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Bulletin Board9-10 a.m. "Peace in Motion" exercise club meets for relaxing and meditative str
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Canon City Daily Record / Posted 1 months ago
9-10 a.m. "Peace in Motion" exercise club meets for relaxing and meditative stretching, balance, Chi Gong and simple dances at Shepherd of the Hills Church, 801 Sheridan Ave. For more information, call 719-320-3753. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Kids Day/Senior... Read more
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