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4 - San Miguel Basin Forum, Thursday, August 19, 2010 Looking For Answers: CBI Launches Stat,0000via00; Case ed a cold case unit. Law enforce- ment agencies across the state were asked to submit their cold Virtual Academy This week, online stu- dents from the Colorado Virtual Academy (COVA) began classes for the official start of the 2010- 2011 school year. The Colorado Virtual Academy is a tuition-free online public school which combines online courses with traditional education materials. COVA is the largest online school in the state and serves students in kindergar- ten through high school. "COVA provides a unique education opportunity where stu- The Colorado Bureau of Investigations has now launched a new website, featuring more than 1,700 of the state's missing persons and homicide cases. The statewide agency hopes that the website; .which went online last Thursday, will lead to tips and information that may help solve these cases. "CBI would like everyone to view this website and consider any information they can provide to help solve a cold case and assist families and other co-victims see these cases progress towards resolution," CBI Director Ronald Sloan said. The website came about through 2007 legislation that fund- case files so that the information cold cases appear on the web- could be compiled, site, including three from the West Seven Montrose County End: Patricia Louise Erickson, Students Begin 2010-11 School Year dents, teachers and parents work in an education partnership, and where each child receives the tools, individual attention, and resources needed to receive the highest qual- ity education," said COVA Head of School Heidi Heineke-Magri. "We are all very excited to begin the new school year." COVA is popular for its highly individualized approach to learn- ing. The school uses the award- winning curriculum developed by K12, the nation's largest provider of online school programs for stu- dents in kindergarten through high school. K12 provides courses in English/Language Arts, Math, Science, History, Music, and Art. The K12 High School program offers students a catalog of more than 130 core, elective, AP, and numerous world language courses. Students also receive shipments of materials including textbooks, math and science materials, and art and music supplies, bringing school right to their doorstep. COVA is open to all families in Colorado. The school is still accepting enrollment applicants and is hosting multiple events for students and teachers, as well as online showcases and information sessions. For a complete list of events and information on enroll- ment, visit www.K 12.com/cova. SUDOKU Edited by Margie E. Burke Learning the Lines... Pictured is Steve LaBonde of Westwater Engineering, left, showing a mop of Nucla's sewer lines to mem- bers of the town council and Nucla Town Clerk Beth Smith. The council voted last week to retain the services of Westwater Engineering, who has worked with the Nucla Sanitation District for many years. The town officially acquired the sanitation district's assets last month, though district board member Terri Tooker agreed to stay on as the one remoining board member until all remoining business of the Nucla Sanitation District is complete. The Sanitation District still has two outstanding bonds for which it collects a mill levy. Those bonds are set to be paid off in July and September of 2012. Learn how to quatify for benefits under the Energy Emptoyees Occupationat Ittness Program (EEOICPA) Learn about FREE medica[ screenings Learn about medica[ benefits inc[uding FREE in-home care Homicide, May 17, 1984; Jane of Windy Point, Unidentified Remains, July 8, 1994; and Dale Duane Williams, Missing, May 27, 1999. The website can be accessed at http://colorado.gov/coldcase. MWR Football Club for K-5th Graders Reminder: the deadline to register is this Friday August 20th. The first practice will be Tuesday August 24th at the Nucla High School football field starting at 6:00PM. If your child would like to play but you are having finan- cial difficulty, there are a lim- ited amount of parents that will sponsor a child. The main goal is to give every child out there a chance to play. For details, please call Brien Gardner at 417-9972. 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