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frisco1.jpgFrisco holds Easter Egg Hunt this Sunday

The Easter Bunny will return to Frisco Main Street on Sunday, April 20th to hide 5,000 Easter eggs. Children 3 years old and younger are invited to gather near Town Hall at the intersection of Main Street and 1st Avenue in anticipation of the 12pm egg hunt start. And children 4 - 8 should line up on the sidewalk on the south side of Main Street (opposite the Historic Park) for a mass start at 12pm. The historic schoolhouse bell will toll to signal the start of the egg hunt.   This event is free to all children.  The Town of Frisco expects approximately 300 participants and requests that parents/guardians emphasize the benefits of sharing during this event.   A limited number of eggs will have a special note from the Easter Bunny in them, and notes may be redeemed for a gift at the Frisco/Copper Information Center.   Also, children who find eggs stuffed with gold coins should bring them to the Easter Bunny for a special sweet treat.

statepatrol.jpgChase over Vail Pass nets four

 At 8:30 Wednesday morning, Colorado State Patrol in Eagle County spotted a white 2006 Chrysler 300 traveling erratically on eastbound on I-70 near milemarker 181, when troopers ran the temporary tag they found out from Denver Police it had been carjacked at gunpoint a few days earlier.  Troopers tried to pull it over on Vail Pass, but it continued on until stopsticks were laid across the road around milemarker 196.  After the tires went flat the vehicle pull off the road and one male occupant ran away, but was captured a few minutes later.  One male and two females surrendered right away.  The Summit County Sheriff's Office assisted with the incident.

 

Sattler_Charles.JPGMichigan man charged in Bostic's death

42 year old Charles Lee Sattler, of Michigan has been charged with one count of 2nd Degree murder and 3rd Degree Assault in the death of 38 year old Blake Bostic of Summit County.  This stems from the incident that took place at the Snowshoe Motel in Frisco during the early morning hours on Sunday, April 13th when law officers from Frisco and the Summit County Sheriff's office responded to a report of an assault.  Bostic died Monday morning at the hospital.  An autopsy revealed the cause of death as blunt force trauma to the head and neck, If found guilty of the charges against him, Sattler could be looking at 24 years in prison. 

  

pot_vending.pngMarijuana Vending Machine a Reality 

A Colorado company has introduced the first-ever marijuana vending machine, which will soon be put to use at a dispensary in Eagle-Vail.  It's called a ZaZZZ machine, and was produced by Stephen Shearin's company, American Green.  It was delivered to the Herbal Elements dispensary on Friday, April 11th.  The machine includes technology that requires a user to swipe their driver's license to verify their identity and age.  Multiple cameras attached to the machine make sure the person swiping the card is the same person depicted on the card.  The machine(s) will only be placed inside licensed marijuana shops - not on the street.

 

BRECK-TOWN.Forums for Water Treatment Plant in Breck

The Town of Breckenridge is providing four opportunities to learn about the recently completed Water System Study and construction of the second water plant. The public forums are slated for Wednesday, April 23 and Monday, April 28 at 2:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. both days at the Breckenridge Police Station.  The Breckenridge Water System Study is available on-line at www.townofbreckenridge.com<http://www.townofbreckenridge.com>, and Council urges the public to review it prior to the public forums.

Summit_Sheriff.pngSCSO Citizenship Award to Micah Svenson

The summit County Sheriff's Office announced that Micah Svenson of Dillon is this year's recipient of the SCSO Citizenship Award Scholarship.  He was also the recipient of the County Sheriff's of Colorado biannual scholarship award; both awards were presented by Sheriff John Minor at Monday night's Summit High School local scholarship presentations.

Micah was selected by members of the Sheriff's Citizens Advisory Committee from a field of over 50 applicants.  The committee based their selection upon criteria including high ethical standard, outstanding citizenship, serving as an exemplary peer role  model, notable public service and displaying individual courage or fortitude in the face of adversity or peer pressure.

tiger logoSummit High Sports Update 04/14

04/11 - Track & Field teams were at the Coal Ridge Invite - the girl's 4x800m relay team (McKenna Ramsey, Megan McDonnell, Jessica Horii & Ruthie Boyd) got a 2nd place finish while setting a new school record in the event.

04/12 - Track & Field teams went to the Mullen Invite where Liam Meirow set a new school record and Mullen Invite record in the 1600m event.

 

ssd1.pngSummit Head Start score top 10% in Nation 

The Summit County Head Start program recently received word from the U.S. Department of Heath and Human Services Off ice of Head Start that its preschool classrooms have scored within the top 10 percent in the nation.  The program promotes school readiness among children under age 5.  The Summit County Head Start program is reviewing applications now for the upcoming school year.  To apply visit earlychildhoodoptions.org 

 

USA_PRO.pngUSA PRO Challenge Poster Contest 

The 2014 USA Pro Challenge will again host a nationwide contest inviting artists to create a national event poster for the fourth annual race that will be seen throughout the world. All types of artists – professional, amateur, aspiring – are encouraged to let their creativity flow and submit their designs via the USA Pro Challenge Facebook page beginning Friday, March 21st. Entries will be accepted until Friday, April 18th.  Fans can then vote on their favorite poster through May 2nd, with the winners being announced on Monday, May 5th.

 

 

 

Krystal 93's News & Sports Director

 Roman Moore

I am a Colorado Guy, having gone to the same high school as my parents in Colorado Springs. After Graduation, I enlisted in the U.S. Navy, where I traveled to exotic places like Vietnam, The Philippines, Hong Kong, Thailand, Japan, and Australia. I went to College after the Navy, where I Majored in Broadcasting. Asked about something that has nothing to do with radio that I do, would be that I'm a certified fork lift operator,  a certified Kansas City Barbeque Society judge, and a certified USSSA softball Umpire...I guess that makes me certifiable.  ;-)