Summit Daily’s top stories of the day |

Summit Daily’s top stories of the day

David Reifsteck, right, holds his mother Bertie's hand as they lead about 200 people on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2015, in Summit County's first annual suicide prevention walk called Out of the Darkness. The walk has raised about $10,600, which will go toward research, education, advocacy and support efforts through the nonprofit American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Local students, school staff members and other community members rallied around suicide prevention after Marco Reifsteck died by suicide in May.
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The top stories of the day from the Sept. 14, 2015 edition of the Summit Daily News:

Summit County’s first suicide prevention walk raises $10,600

Young Summit High School girl’s rugby team wins over Chaparral in season opener

Off The Hill: Z Griff and the natural splendor of Rocky Mountain National Park

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