Slain deputy’s funeral set for Friday in Colorado

DENVER – A Colorado sheriff’s office has announced plans for the funeral of a slain deputy. The Adams County Sheriff’s Office announced on Monday that Deputy Heath Gumm’s funeral will be held on Friday at Flatirons Community Church locate at 355 W. South Boulder Road in Lafayette, Colo at around 11 a.m. Gumm, who was 31, was shot and killed on Wednesday while responding to a call in a residential area about 8 miles (13 kilometers) north of downtown Denver. Police have arrested 22-year-old Dreion Martise Dearing, who faces charges of first-degree murder of a peace officer and second-degree burglary. A judge gave prosecutors until Wednesday to formally file charges.… Read More

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Colorado pharmaceutical company is bought by North Carolina competitor – Denver Business Journal

On the heels of a $30 million manufacturing expansion in Boulder and its hometown of Durham, North Carolina, biotechnology company KBI Biopharma has completed its latest acquisition: A Colorado company. Louisville, Colorado-based contract services organization Elion Labs marks the fourth acquisition for KBI since February. “Certainly, we will continue to grow,” says Timothy Kelly, president and CEO of KBI, contract development and manufacturing company, adding that KBI’s recent expansions have been “fairly opportunistic.” KBI has known about Elion since the company started back in 2015, he says, adding that KBI and Elion have been neighbors – and competitors – in Colorado. Elion was founded following biopharmaceutical giant Amgen’s closure of… Read More

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Colorado State Rams to hire Alabama assistant Derrick Ansley as defensive coordinator

Colorado State Rams head coach Mike Bobo paces the sidelines during the game against the Nevada Wolfpack at the CSU Stadium Oct. 14, 2017. Rams won 44-42. Colorado State coach Mike Bobo is staying true to his southern roots in completing the Rams’ 2018 football coaching staff. Alabama defensive backs coach Derrick Ansley has accepted an offer to become CSU’s next defensive coordinator, a source close to the team confirmed to The Denver Post. Ansley replaces Marty English, who announced he would retire following the New Mexico Bowl. FootballScoop.com first reported the news early Monday. Ansley spent the past two seasons coaching defensive backs for the Crimson Tide after multiple… Read More

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