Child killer gets 63 years

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Stacey Acord, in yellow, waits for Brandon Moore’s hearing as Deputy District Attorney Dan Rubinstein talks to the family at the Justice Center.


Moore’s sentence cut from life without parole

Voice firm but shaking slightly, Mitch Acord stood at a podium, stared down the man who killed his grandson eight years ago and made clear his belief that anything less than life imprisonment for Brandon Moore is unacceptable.
“We don’t agree with this at all,” Acord said. “I don’t agree that he should ever get out.”

BLM gives its guidance on Piceance

As many as 15,000 new wells could be drilled in the Piceance Basin over the next 20 years under a plan released Friday by the Bureau of Land Management.As many as 15,000 new wells could be drilled in the Piceance Basin over the next 20 years under a plan released Friday by the Bureau of Land Management.



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