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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 $115,000 which is roughly $84/per square foot. More Sterling information.

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Saturday | Journal-Advocate

Growing roses in Colorado

Roses are sold through mail-order nurseries, local garden and nursery outlets, retail departments and grocery stores.

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Saturday | Journal-Advocate

Officials issue cautions on seasonal dangers

With the return of warm, dry weather, the Sterling Fire Department is reminding area residents to use caution and plan ahead before lighting an open fire.

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

Fort Morgan Times

Pawnee Pioneer Trail provides economic benefits

The Pawnee Pioneer Trails Scenic and Historic Byway for northeastern Colorado was established in 1990.

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Journal-Advocate

Sterling celebrating 26th year as Tree City USA

The city of Sterling is marking its 26th consecutive year as a Tree City USA with an Arbor Day celebration on April 25. The 2013 Tree City USA designation from the Arbor Day Foundation honors the city's "commitment to effective urban forest management," a press release from the city's Forestry Division said.

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Meeting to look at new election laws

The Sterling Area League of Women Voters will host a meeting on recent changes made by the Colorado Legislature that affect voter registration and elections.

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Lebsocks bid accepted for purchase of Plainsman Grill, Northeastern 18

Lindi Lebsock McNabb, Dave Lebsock, left, and Brad Lebsock share their plans for the future of the Plainsman Grill and Northeastern 18, during an NJC Advisory Council meeting, Thursday, April 17, 2014.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

Journal-Advocate

Spring cleanup starts next week

In addition to coloring eggs and filling Easter baskets, Sterling residents may want to spend some time this weekend clearing out their homes and yards of trash, debris and unwanted items.

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Community Briefs --- Flood Recovery Outreach Team, Republican lunch, TLC taking used car batteries

The Northeast Plains Flood Recovery Outreach Team will host an open house from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 26, at the Northeast Colorado Health Department.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

Journal-Advocate

Logan County Planning Commission tables Mitchek feedlot expansion request

The Logan County Planning Commission, at their regular meeting on Tuesday, tabled an amendment to a special use permit, submitted by Allen Mitcheck, to expand an existing feedlot.

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Everything you didn't know about the Clerk and Recorder's Office

The Clerk and Recorder is responsible for recording documents, registering automobiles, issuing marriage licenses, civil union licenses, registering voters, administering elections and maintaining records for the Board of Logan County Commissioners.

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Logan County Commissioners approve 8 Lodging Tax Board projects

The Logan County Commissioners tabled one Lodging Tax Board project and approved eight others during their business meeting on Tuesday.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

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Student News --- Jenna Vandenbark, Alex Beardsley, Samantha...

Several local students earned the Dean's Citation for Academic Excellence in the Monfort College of Business at the University of Northern Colorado for the 2013 fall semester.

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Award offered in Iowa teen's disappearance

The mother of a missing teen from Iowa is still looking for her son, and believes he may be staying in the Sterling area.

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Journal-Advocate

Cleanup 'a step in the right direction'

Vickie Benson of Sterling was helping out at the cemetery Saturday morning, the second of two work days last week, and said the work done by volunteers from the Sterling Home Depot store and other individuals had made the cemetery look about "80 percent better."

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Spring snows may not be over yet

A leafing tree stands in snow outside Ayres Elementary School this morning. Sunday's spring snow left roads slick in Sterling for the morning commute.

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Finance integral in procurring supplies for flood protection

The Department of Finance and Records shares the responsibility for the City's successful emergency preparedness by being a part of the overall team protecting the people and the assets of the city of Sterling.

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Sat Apr 12, 2014

Journal-Advocate

Board makes decisions on cemetery rules

City of Sterling Parks, Library and Recreation Director Wade Gandee shows members of the PLR board an example of a symbol with text inside on one of the niches on the columbarium at Riverside Cemetery Thursday.

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Rural officials give support to House realignment

Rural issues got a strong look this week at the state capitol, with more than a dozen county commissioners testifying before a House committee and the passage of a package of bills on telecommunications and broadband Internet reform.

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History Colorado listening tour stops in Sterling

A handful of Sterling and Brush residents gathered at the Logan County Courthouse Thursday to share their thoughts on preservation.

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Fri Apr 11, 2014

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Logan County Citizens Oversight Committee takes aim at cat population

The Logan County Citizens Oversight Committee has identified Sterling's feral cat population as a serious problem, and is working on a project that it thinks will be a solution.

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