Furry Friends Fundraiser

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Photo by Christopher Tomlinson

Suzanne Bjorge co-owner of the Laughing Dog Coffee House,417 Monument Road serving up a plate of French Toast Sunday morning for the French Toast for Furry Friends fundraiser for the Roice-Hurst Humane Society.This is the third year the Laughing Dog has hosted the event making about $1,000 each year.

CMU student falls 4 stories to his death

A makeshift memorial of flowers and balloons fluttered in the cold wind Saturday near the spot where a 20-year-old Colorado Mesa University sophomore died after a 40-foot fall from a dormitory window. Spencer Pannwitz of Parker died sometime after landing on the concrete sidewalk beneath a north-facing window of the North Avenue dorm room he was visiting about 2 a.m. Saturday.

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