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Summit Daily’s top stories of the day

Summit Daily staff
Over the past three years, fewer marijuana-related offenses were reported near highways, roads and alleys, though these are still the most common location for incidents.
Elise Reuter / ereuter@summitdaily.com |

The top stories of the day from the April 20, 2016 edition of the Summit Daily News:

Colorado marijuana report shows more revenue, fewer arrests since legalization

White River National Forest’s new No. 2 emphasizes partnerships

Summit Right Brain: Local photographer Gill Montgomery brings love of snowboarding into her work


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