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From the Pages of the Paper, July 1, 2004
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From the Pages of the Paper, July 1, 2004

From the Pages of the Paper - July 1, 2004 - 16 Pages – Black and White – 50 Cents per Copy

Greenhorn Valley residents were recovering and discussing the rain that fell on June 28, 2004. The official amount, recorded by the Rye Fire Protection District, was 1.9 inches in Colorado City and 3.75 inches in the town of Rye. There were reports from Valley residents that stated they had about 2.5 inches in Colorado City and 4.5 inches in the Rye area. The rain helped make the Greenhorn Creek run higher than it had in some time and Lake Beckwith be filled to its capacity.

Bob Ohlsen and his wife, Dorothy, discovered that the Colorado City Community Center had been broken into and vandalized. The Ohlsen’s stopped by the Community Center after church, Sunday morning. They immediately called the Pueblo County Sheriff’s Department. Several windows were broken and there was damage to the sliding glass doors on the south side of the large meeting room. Investigating officer, Deputy Scott Grinstead said there was extensive damage to the building, but could not offer more information as to not interfere with the investigation.

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