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10. Rifle’s Martinez frustrated with fifth-place finishBear wrestler dominant in his final high school match.9. The last waltz for Glenwood’s Summer of Jazz?Organizers call it quits after 25 years of entertainment. 8. Silt man warns trustees of ‘town charter crisis’Local resident Carl McWilliams this week declared that the town is in “a town charter crisis,” in which “the town is currently operating illegally and unconstitutionally” as a consequence of recently passed laws.7. Second to none – Finally!After three straight finals losses, Gallegos is 3A, 145-pound state wrestling champion.6. Glenwood Springs High School mock trial teams sweep podiumDemons take top-three spots at regional meet.5. Jennifer EriksonAug. 1, 1953 – Feb. 1, 2010.4. Avalanche closes highway up McClure Pass near MarbleNo vehicles caught in slide.3. Skier missing after slide near Lindley HutA local skier was missing after an avalanche occurred Tuesday afternoon near one of the Aspen area’s most popular backcountry huts.2. Developers say costs are prohibitiveSome want to revisit affordable housing and other requirements. 1. Glenwood Springs medical marijuana seminar provides overwhelming amount of informationAttorney says definitive answers are few because the law is ‘undeveloped’.
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A Carbondale man who roamed the world for 25 years using a stolen identity was sentenced on Monday to two years in prison for aggravated identity theft.