Summit Daily’s top stories of the day |

Summit Daily’s top stories of the day

Artist Piotr Kopytek (left) of Blue Heron tattoo finishes a Star Wars piece on Frisco resident Johnny Nova. Blue Heron opened in December and joins Godspeed in Breckenridge as one of two tattoo parlors in Summit County.
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The top stories of the day for the Wednesday, May 6 edition of the Summit Daily News.

Owners keep ink in the family at Blue Heron Tattoo in Frisco

Car rental startup finds success in first month at Denver International Airport

Groundbreaking for Colorado Highway 9 project set for Thursday

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