Anti-tax advocate Douglas Bruce was sentenced today for tax evasion…A bill that would give students college credit for life experiences has initially passed the Colorado House of Representatives…and, the Colorado Avalanche Information Center has issued an avalanche warning for southern Colorado. The warning includes the northern and southern San Juan mountains.

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Please note, the spot story on Douglas Bruce’s sentencing accidentally omits proper crediting to the Colorado Springs Gazette as a source of information.

 

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