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A Tulsa, Okla., man visiting Keystone committed suicide after consuming a large amount of edible marijuana candies on Tuesday, March 24, according to a Summit County Coroner’s report.The coroner said the cause of death was a gunshot wound to the head. Luke Gregory Goodman, 22, was staying in Keystone at the time of the incident and was transferred to St. Anthony’s Lakewood Hospital for medical care.According to witnesses, Goodman consumed marijuana edibles prior to his death. A CBS4 reports says that Goodman bought $78 of edible marijuana with his cousin, Caleb Fowler, in Silverthorne. Goodman consumed five peach tart candies …
In support of the Winds of Change: Utes of the High Country exhibit at Cozens Ranch Museum, Dr. Jason LaBelle, a leading archaeologist on Grand County prehistory, lectures on early native peoples of this area.Dr. LaBelle runs an archaeological field school along the Continental Divide of Grand County. He and his students document and excavate amazing archaeological finds. This is a special opportunity to learn and understand about the earliest peoples of Middle Park, from a vibrant young scholar.Dr. LaBelle’s talk is: The Mountains as Wilderness and as Home: The Ancient Practice of Communal Hunting along the Continental Divide at …
I sure saw a lot of people out biking the last couple of weeks. Warm weather felt more like summer than winter.Snow is melting and roads go from snow packed to mud to dirt and back again. Many of us have already taken the journey to drier climates to feel the dirt under our wheels while the warm spring sun beats down on our chilled winter bodies. Often we find ourselves anxious to get out on the bike here in the valley.If you don’t have a fat tire bike, don’t worry we have a lot of options to ride now. …
A look at psychiatry’s evolution from pseudoscience to therapeutic tool.
When, sooner than they can possibly imagine, young writers turn into old writers, what then?
Mark Andrew Ferguson's debut novel has time travel, but it isn't science fiction. It has teenagers, but it's not YA. Instead, it's a tale of intense friendship, first love, and serious mental illness.
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Sante Fe's most famous ghost is Hannah Nordhaus' great-great-grandmother. Her new book, American Ghost, is mix of memoir, cultural history, genealogical detective story and paranormal investigation.
In Máirtín Ó Cadhain's The Dirty Dust, the dead don't just talk. They won't shut up. Yet this inventive novel, first written in Irish, has long been sealed from English-speaking readers — until now.
How to stay sane about college admissions, and how to make education more accessible.
Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre continues to contribute about $3.4 million annually directly to the local economy, according to information compiled by the Grand Lake Chamber of Commerce.The original Economic Impact Study conducted in 2012, verified during the following two years, indicates that within the last three years, nearly 60,000 ticket purchasers came to the theatre. When standard multipliers are applied to the number of times dollars are spent before leaving a community, the theater’s total contributions to the town economy remains at over $6.7 million annually, according to the chamber.The theatre’s 2014 survey results show the projected number of 2014 …
Kremmling Memorial Hospital District was notified this week of a motion filed in District Court in Hot Sulphur Springs seeking receivership for the bond issue associated with construction of Middle Park Medical Center - Granby, according to MPMC officials.The revenue bonds were issued in 2010 by the Middle Park Facilities Corporation, which was set up to finance construction of the $20 million, 20,000-square-foot center. The corporation was established rather than expanding the boundaries of the Kremmling Memorial Hospital District, which does business as MPMC, because officials at the time thought voters would not approve such an expansion.The court complaint filed …
Fraser has a new assistant town manager.Bektur Sakiev is filling the position as part of an internship through a program at the University of Colorado Denver, where he is pursuing a master’s degree in political science.Sakiev received his undergraduate degree in international and comparative politics from the American University of Central Asia in Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic, where Sakiev is from.Though he comes from a theoretical background, Sakiev said the practicality of public administration and policy was appealing to him. “In administration policy, you deal with everyday policies, you affect peoples’ lives, and that interested me,” Sakiev said. “I’m more of …
A civil rights lawsuit has been filed by Kremmling resident Robert Mark Smith against the Town of Kremmling, members of the Kremmling Police Department (KPD) and deputies of the Grand County Sheriff’s Office (GCSO).The lawsuit alleges Kremmling police officers and Grand County Sheriff’s deputies violated Smith’s First and Fourth Amendment rights. The lawsuit stems from an incident that occurred on March 5, 2013. The lawsuit names the Town of Kremmling, Officer Robert Dillon of the KPD, Officer Todd Wilson of the KPD, Deputy Daniel Mayer of the GCSO, Deputy Zachary Luchs of the GCSO, Deputy Mike Reed of the GCSO …
Students in an eighth-grade English class at East Grand Middle School are diligently reading and responding to works of literature. But two tools are markedly absent from their desks: paper and pens.Students read from and type their responses into their new school-issued Chromebook laptop computers. Completed assignments are electronically submitted to their teacher, Lynn Bellatty, who reads, grades, and provides feedback — all without printing one piece of paper.“In my time in education this is one of the most exciting things I have been a part of,” said East Grand Middle School (EGMS) Principal Jenny Rothboeck. “There aren’t very many …