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25, Oct 2014 - Bent Beauprez Pulls Attack Ad Line That Criticizes Hickenlooper For Murder A new attack ad in the very tight race for governor in Colorado suggests incumbent Gov. John Hickenlooper's policies may have led to the murder of the state's corrections department chief.
10, Oct 2014 - Bent Teen gunman in 2013 Colorado school shooting was bent on revenge By Keith Coffman DENVER (Reuters) - An 18-year-old Colorado high school student, who shot to death a classmate last year before committing suicide, had planned the attack for months and had written in a journal that he would soon "shoot up my school," authorities said on Friday. The new details emerged as police completed their investigation into the rampage at Arapahoe High School, where Karl ...
24, Aug 2014 - Bent Shooting death ruled homicide, suspect arrested Colorado Springs Police say an arrest has been made in a shooting death that happened early Tuesday morning. The death has been ruled a homicide. The shooting happened around 2 a.m. in the 1700 block of Monterey Road near Shasta Drive. Police have identified the victim as Kenneth Wayne Bentley, 39. They say the shooter was David Jason Barker, 32. Both men are from Colorado Springs. Barker was ...
21, Jul 2014 - Bent Lamar Police Reports July 15-16, 2014 Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 July 15 7:13 a.m. -  Officers arrested Isacc Licano, 31, of Hasty Colorado on pending domestic violence charges out of Bent County.
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Nan Rickey

Nan Rickey has been involved in the historic preservation activities of Bent County for more than a decade. She was integral to the preservation of the 1889 Bent County Courthouse, the 1912 Jail, the 1898 International Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) Lodge #11, the Star School and the historic structure assessment of Boggsville. Her true passion for historic buildings was most obvious in her involvement with the Bent County Courthouse project. Beginning with a historic structural analysis of the Court House in 2004, the process culminated with the completion of the exterior restoration and interior remodeling of this oldest continuously operated courthouse in Colorado. For the Courthouse project, Nan provided invaluable guidance for missing details, restoration procedures and funding. Typically, a project of this size would be funded through several grant applications. Nan realized that the more economical route would be to have one general contractor working through all grant cycles. This approach was unique to the State Historic Funding process and critical to the success of the project. Nan was instrumental in saving the IOOF Lodge from demolition and worked with the Pioneer Historical Society of Bent County to achieve success with this community -- enhancing adaptive use project. Completed in 2010, the John W. Rawlings Heritage Center is now a museum, art gallery, and event space. Nan has been invaluable to these projects and the community, as a coordinator, innovator and ...
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