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The Denver Broncos play the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 today.


The sign at Gallagher’s Flooring, 1100 Pitkin Ave., flashes well wishes to the Denver Broncos for their Super Bowl 50 game against the Carolina Panthers that starts at 4:30 p.m. M.S.T. today on CBS.

Inmate’s troubled past not reported, sheriff says

Staff at the Mesa County Jail had not been told about history of a prior suicide attempt by hanging, and self-mutilation, involving an inmate still hospitalized after hanging himself while in the jail’s custody, the Mesa County Sheriff’s Office said Friday.





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