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Motorcyclists Killed In Frederick Collision Were Father & Daughter

(CBS4) – Fifty-four-year-old Michael Scott Sluman was the driver of a 2003 Harley Davidson that was struck by a pickup in Frederick Tuesday night, Weld County Deputy Coroner Carl Blesch announced Wednesday night. Sluman died at a local hospital. The motorcycle’s passenger, Sluman’s 24-year-old daughter Riley Mae Sluman, died at the scene of the accident. The pair was riding northbound on Colorado Boulevard (Weld County Road 13) between Godding Hollow Boulevard and Pine Cone Avenue (Weld County Roads 18 and 20) at approximately 7:30 p.m. They were hit from behind, according to Angela Wilson, a Frederick Police Department spokesperson, by a pickup truck being driven by a 24-year-old female. Both vehicles went into the southbound lanes after the collision, Wilson told CBS4. The pickup, a 1999 Chevrolet Silverado, continued off the road, into a ditch, went airborne, and rolled onto the Bella Rosa Golf Course property. (credit: CBS) The pickup driver is still hospitalized. Investigators are not releasing her name at this time, Wilson said. What exactly caused the accident is still under investigation. Neither motorcyclist was wearing a helmet, Blesch reported. The roads around the scene were closed until 1:30 a.m. Wednesday.
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Task force arrests 13 men in La Quinta prostitution sting

A prostitution sting in La Quinta nabbed 13 men, authorities announced today. On Wednesday, members of the La Quinta Special Enforcement Team and Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force placed decoy advertisements on several popular classified advertisement websites often used for the solicitation of online prostitution, said Sgt. George Acevedo of the Riverside County Sheriffs The post Task force arrests 13 men in La Quinta prostitution sting appeared first on KESQ.
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Traffic Delays At I-75 Clays Ferry Bridge Could Extend Into Friday

A semi-tractor trailer crash at the Clays Ferry Bridge along interstate 75 northbound is expected to cause continued traffic delays. Madison County Deputy Sheriff Michael Scott said the mishap took place Wednesday evening. “To my understanding, according to the investigator, it ripped the rear axle underneath, off the trailer. And at that point the trailer went up on the wall, the outside wall northbound and rode the wall down Clays Ferry Bridge before it came to a final rest,” said Scott.
Lockhaven Express

Clinton County Court of Common Pleas schedule for Sept. 27-Oct. 1

LOCK HAVEN — The following schedule for Sept. 27-Oct. 1 is provided by the Clinton County Court of Common Pleas and is subject to change depending on the needs of the court system. Domestic relations hearings are also restricted and aren’t listed. Abbreviations — CR denotes criminal procedures; CV civil...

Father, daughter killed in Frederick motorcycle crash

FREDERICK, Colo. (KDVR) — A father and daughter from Evans were killed when the motorcycle they were traveling on collided with a pickup truck on Tuesday evening. Michael Scott Sluman, 54, and his 24-year-old daughter Riley Mae Sluman were ejected from the bike when the crash occurred on northbound Colorado Boulevard near Pine Cone Avenue around 7:30 p.m. Riley Mae was pronounced dead on scene and the elder Sluman died shortly after at a local hospital.
Sonoma Index Tribune

‘Sunset Boulevard’ opens at Sonoma Arts Live

“I am big - it’s the pictures that got small,” Norma Desmond famously observed. That said, the stage is still tops in the Valley of the Moon, as Sonoma Arts Live presents its production of “Sunset Boulevard” this month at the Sonoma Community Center. Based on the famed 1950s movie...
Rapid City Journal

Stevens battles 2nd half struggles to close out win over Sturgis

A goal line quarterback sneak at the end of the first half, a quick-strike touchdown at the end of the third quarter, and suddenly Sturgis' 21-point deficit was cut down to 10 with one frame to play. But Rapid City Stevens, which had been largely stifled in the second half,...

Rock Spring Financial's In The Hood Vegas Continues AFC North Rampage

As Michael Scott from ‘The Office’ once said, “Well, well, well, how the turntables…”. After a Week 1 that had a good portion of the Ravens flock in full tilt mode, we saw things take quite a turn in the AFC North during Week 2. While it’s still incredibly early to make any definitive statements about the season overall, the one thing that seems certain is that this will be among the most exciting divisional races in football all year long.
Daily Camera

Weld County coroner says father, daughter killed in Frederick crash

The Weld County Coroner’s Office has identified the man and woman who died Tuesday night after a crash involving a motorcycle and vehicle. Michael Scott Sluman, 54, and his daughter, Riley Mae Sluman, 24, both of Evans, died about 7:30 p.m. Tuesday when their motorcycle collided with a pickup on Colorado Boulevard near Pine Cone Avenue in Frederick, according to a coroner’s office news release.

Most Underrated Office Characters

For the bulk of its nine-season runtime, "The Office" had four main characters. There was Michael Scott, the socially clueless but lovable boss of Dunder Mifflin Scranton with a desperate need to be the center of attention. There was Dwight Schrute, the equally stupid, subtly authoritarian beet farmer who exasperates his coworkers. Then there's Jim Halpert, a sarcastic prankster and office everyman who's in love with Pam Beesly, the lovable secretary turned saleswoman turned wife and mom who was often the voice of reason.
Roanoke Daily Herald

5K recovery brings mother to speak about son's death to addiction

ROANOKE RAPIDS — Many turned out to the Run for Recovery 5K on Saturday for National Recovery Month and to hear a mother tell her son’s story for the first time. Founder Deborah Marshall of the nonprofit Valley Outreach Ministries said she started her organization to help those who are struggling with addiction. Deborah and her husband, David Marshall, own the Valley House that will be used as a women’s recovery house and wanted to hold the 5K event to raise awareness and funds for the house.