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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Larimer County Sheriff'S Office
A 19-year-old man who was wanted in Wyoming on suspicion of attempted manslaughter has been arrested in northern Colorado.
Berthoud's board of trustees is recommending that the town contract police services from the Larimer County Sheriff's Office for the next two years because of a scandal involving a former officer and police chief.
Peyton Manning won't be the only quarterback shining on Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 2.
Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith and the town of Berthoud are considering using deputies to replace the town's police department because of a scandal involving a former officer and police chief.
The number of people unaccounted for from Colorado's devastating flooding has fallen dramatically as rescuers reach stranded victims and electricity and phone services are restored to ravaged areas, allowing residents to contact family, friends or authorities.
Petty crime and burglaries aren't unusual in New Mexico's isolated Guadalupe County, but lately Sheriff Michael Lucero has seen thieves steal something a bit unexpected: grass.
Authorities ordered more evacuations as fire crews struggled against powerful winds fueling a wildfire that has charred more than 87 square miles of forested mountains in northern Colorado.
Crews in northern Colorado are facing powerful winds as they battle a blaze that has scorched about 86 square miles of mountainous forest land and destroyed at least 181 homes, the most in state history.