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Sterling, Colorado is located in Logan County. Zip codes in Sterling, CO include 80751. The median home price in Sterling is $109,000 which is roughly $84/per square foot. More Sterling information.

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Saturday | Journal-Advocate

Stanford's Healthier Living classes coming to Sterling

Rural Solutions and Locan County Heritage Center have partnered to bring Healthier Living, a chronic disease self-management program developed at Standford University, to Sterling. Healthier Living is getting folks from all walks of life on the path to fully managing their health conditions, such as emphysema, arthritis, multiple sclerosis, COPD and diabetes.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

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Parks, Library and Recreation Board given new application, rules for cemetery niches

Riverside Cemetery changes were among the items discussed at the city of Sterling Parks, Library and Recreation board meeting on Tuesday. PLR Director Wade Gandee shared a new application that he and Parks, Cemetery and Forestry Superintendent Shawn Rewoldt created for the columbarium niches, which ties into the rules the board recommended.

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Community Briefs --- Blood drive, Marvelous Monday

Only 4 percent of Colorado's population gives blood. All blood types are needed to give whole blood, platelets and plasma to help support the needs of our community.

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1st birthday --- Richie

Happy first birthday to Emmit James Richie, who celebrated his birthday on July 27, 2014, and congratulations to his parents, Alex and Shane Richie of Sterling. Grandparents are Alex and Melissa Ramos of Sterling, Robin and Michelle Richie of Flagler and Lori Smith of Limon.

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Higher ed public outreach meeting Sept. 22

The Colorado Commission on Higher Education has selected The Keystone Center and Engaged Public to facilitate public outreach meetings across Colorado, including Sterling, "to better understand what matters to you in higher education and how you think Colorado's public higher education institutions should be funded." A collaborative conversation will be held at Northeaster Junior College from 4 to 5:30 p.m., Monday, Sept.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

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Parks, Library and Recrearion Board decides against allowing alcohol at softball fields

The city of Sterling Parks, Library and Recreation board had been considering allowing alcohol at the softball fields at Pioneer Park, but during a regular meeting on Tuesday they decided not to move forward with that. PLR Director Wade Gandee reported to the board that his office checked with around 15 different cities to see if they allow alcohol; only two in Colorado and one in Nebraska officially allow alcohol.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Fort Morgan Times

Willard Church anniversary

Willard United Methodist Church is inviting everyone to attend their 100th. anniversary celebration Sept.

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Traditions and traffic code

As a writer, my hobbies take different turns, sometimes to what many may describe as weird. For instance, this past week I did some "lite" reading.

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Community Briefs --- CWC, Sterling After 5 dinner meeting, PBW of Sterling meeting

Northeast Colorado Women's Connection and Sterling After 5 will sponsor a "Look What's Rolling Down The Tracks!" Guest Night Dinner Tuesday, Sept. 16. Guests are invited to come hear the exciting story behind the brand new Sterling Xpress collegiate travel baseball team.

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Mayor introduces new city manager

Mayor Dan Torres presents a proclamation for Library Card Sign-Up Month to Sterling Public Library Superintendent Sandy Van Dusen at Tuesday's city council meeting. Sterling Public Library Superintendent Sandy Van Dusen, right, watches as new City Manager Don Saling completes his library card sign-up form Tuesday.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

Journal-Advocate

Sterling man dies from self-inflicted stabbing wounds

The home at 422 Chestnut St. in Sterling is surrounded by police tape this morning after a man allegedly stabbed himself in front of officers responding to a welfare check, and a woman was found inside the home with apparent stab wounds. The man involved in a stabbing incident last Wednesday in Sterling has died, the Sterling Police Department announced this evening.

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Morgan County Sheriff's Office

Arrests Zenon Santistevens, 29, Fort Morgan, DUID, open marijuana container, no proof of insurance and speeding in the 2500 block of Highway 34 on August 31 at 6:14 p.m. Held on $2,000 bond. Joshua Lopez, 34, Sterling, warrant arrest for FOJ-controlled substance-possession Schedule 1/2 FL/KT/CT and FOJ-drug paraphernalia-possession at 400 Warner District Court on September 4 at 3:15 p.m. Held on $10,000 bond.

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Mennonite men's chorus to perform in Sterling

The chorus consists of members of the Mennonite church who organized in 2001 "after discovering a mutual love of music and a passion for and love of Christ," a press release about the concert reads. The concert, which will begin at 7 p.m., is hosted by Faith United Methodist Church.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Fort Morgan Times

Home stay program in need of homes

Morgan County is in need of volunteers willing to share their home with a cyclist for a night, Sept. 19-21, when several bikers are scheduled to ride through the county for Pedal the Plains Bike Tour.

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Sterling student named Student Senator at Hastings

Brooke Applehans of Sterling will represent the Sciences Division as a Student Senator at Hastings College for the 2014-15 school year. The Student Senators, as well as Student Judiciary Council members, were voted into office by their peers last spring.

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Denver Man Accused Of Drug Charges In Oil Patch

A Denver, Colorado man is accused of drug and weapons charges in the North Dakota oil patch. Jesse James Jackson is charged in federal court with distribution of a controlled substance and possession of a firearm in relation to a drug trafficking crime.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

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Fire blazes at Kugler fertilizer plant

3. According to a report on KDVR, Sterling Fire Chief Kurt Vogel said the cause of the blaze was believed to be a welding accident. The Sterling facility is a production plant for the liquid fertilizer manufacturer and supplier based in McCook, Nebraska.

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Sat Sep 06, 2014

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CSU Engagement Center welcomes new regional ag and business management specialist

The Northeast Colorado CSU Regional Engagement Center is welcoming a new face. Dr. R. Brent Young is the new northeast regional agriculture and business management specialist.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

Daily Mail

Teen couple 'strangled the boy's grandparents to death and burned a ...

'She wanted to tell you something before I killed her': Murdered girl's mom tells court how 'killer' sent taunting texts from her daughter's phone the day after 'he stabbed the teen to death' The dad who plans to marry the sister of his daughter's killer: Father writes to jailed murderer asking for his blessing for relationship 'I knew then what I needed to do' - Texas gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis reveals having two abortions in new memoir Female middle school teacher spared jail after giving 15-year-old student 'full contact lap dance' before telling him she loved him How the sickest website on the internet is exploiting those naked selfies of celebs: Inside 4chan 'the ninth circle of hell' Well-wishers led by Guiliana Rancic gather at Joan Rivers Manhattan apartment ahead of her funeral as questions are raised about procedures at clinic that operated on her 'I'll sleep when I'm ... (more)

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DA to seek death penalty for teens accused of murdering grandparents

District Attorney Brittny Lewton of the 13th Judicial District announced today that she will seek the death penalty for Brendan Lee Johnson and Cassandra Ann Rieb, the young Sterling couple accused of murdering Charles "Roger" and Shirley Ann Severance in May. Rieb, 18, and Johnson, 20, both face two counts of first degree murder after deliberation, along with more than a dozen other felony charges apiece following the deaths of Johnson's grandparents. Lewton filed notice of intent to seek the death penalty in both cases Friday afternoon in Logan County District Court, according to a press release from the DA's Office.

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