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Two officers promoted in FMPD

A pair of Fort Morgan police officers have been promoted into positions which Police Chief Loren Sharp says will allow them to further their leadership within the department. Anthony Chaparro was promoted to corporal and Caleb Creech to sergeant during a ceremony Monday. Their promotions were effective about a month ago.
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‘FJB’ flags are 1st Amendment issue, Brush Council says

The display of a flag on private property is a First Amendment free speech issue, regardless of the message displayed upon the flag, members of Brush City Council said Monday, June 27. At issue is at least one resident in Brush who has asked several members of City Council to...
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Fort Morgan Library & Museum News: Busy July in store at the library/museum

Fort Morgan Library and Museum has a wide variety of programs, activities and things to see and do in the month of July. Keep reading to find out about them. Come to the Fort Morgan Museum to see our new mystery object. The object is on display outside the museum upper gallery. Think you know what the object is? Do you have a guess? Submit a Museum Mystery Artifact form with your guess for the chance to win our museum mystery prize! Guessing ends Nov. 11. For more information, contact Museum Educator Kathleen Byrne at 970-542-4014 or kathleen.byrne@cityoffortmorgan.com.
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Long awaited disc golf course comes to Otis

Otis School District recently completed the installation of a disc golf course on the school property at 518 Dungan Street in Otis, CO. The course features nine challenging holes which wind their way around the entire property, utilizing many of the outdoor landscape attributes. The 2,273 ft. course, named Otis...
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Resident rebuilding following home fire

A homeowner in the 400 block of Walnut Street is attempting to rebuild following a June 2021 fire which destroyed her home. Brandy Darling is asking the City of Fort Morgan to approve a home-based art studio business in her 540-square-foot detached garage, while she is hopeful a home can be completed on the property within a year.
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Student News: Nallely Saucedo awarded P.E.O. Chapter T scholarship

Brush High School’s 2022 valedictorian, Nallely Saucedo, is the recipient of the annual Brush P.E.O. Chapter T Local Scholarship, according to a news release. She was recognized at a recent chapter meeting and introduced to the membership. Saucedo will use her scholarship to pursue a bachelor’s program in chemical...
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Brush mayor elected to Colorado Municipal League Executive Board

Brush Mayor Dana Sherman was among the municipal officials from around the state who were elected as representatives to the Colorado Municipal League (CML) Executive Board during CML’s Annual Business Meeting, held in Breckenridge on June 23, according to a news release. The new members of the CML Executive...
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Growth results in new city ward boundaries

Some Fort Morgan residents might soon find the members of City Council they have elected no longer represent them, depending on whether those residents have been moved to a new ward. As a result of the decennial census and in concordance with the Fort Morgan City Charter, the City Council...
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