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It certainly looked like a fossil. Glancing at it, the face of a prehistoric sea turtle was obvious. Teeth and all. That’s exactly what David Lowe, Gleneagle resident and Tribune advertising … more
After Chris Lowe was sworn in as new Monument town manager, Trustee Becki Tooley read a statement that left Mayor Rafael Dominguez and some in the audience puzzled. In her remarks, Tooley made … more
Water rates for Monument customers would jump 78 percent in 2016, and climb 8 percent each year until 2020, under a new rate structure presented to the Board of Trustees on Oct. 5. Thomas … more
Feneral election voting is underway -- mail ballots went out Monday -- in the race for seats on the Lewis-Palmer School District 38 school board. An Oct. 14 forum at the D-38 administration … more
Susan Pappas isn’t sure she will testify Friday at the sentencing of Marshal Douglas Gregory, an 18-year-old from Parker who pleaded guilty to two counts of felony vehicular manslaughter in the … more
A crowd of about 300 people gathered on Sept. 30 to hear the latest from a community group determined to stop a methadone clinic from opening in downtown Monument. Before the two-hour meeting was … more
Monument Police Chief Jake Shirk had a pointed response to allegations made at a recent Board of Trustees meeting that his officers botched an investigation of shots fired in Limbach Park. … more
Monument Police Chief Jake Shirk had an urgent message for the town’s Board of Trustees at its Sept. 21 meeting. “I’m noticing, over the past months, we’re seeing a significant increase in … more
On Wednesday, Oct. 7, the Monument Hill Kiwanis Club will sponsor the annual Empty Bowl Dinner and Silent Auction to benefit Tri-Lakes Cares. The Empty Bowl event began in 1992 by nationally … more
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