Sedgwick, a struggling town on the Colorado prairie, found salvation in legalized pot
SEDGWICK — Residents of this sleepy little town in far northeast Colorado smile optimistically when talking about the turn their municipality has taken over the past few years.
Town officials, local business owners and residents alike paint a picture of a wind-blown burg on the eastern plains that was on the brink of death in the early 2000s.
“It was turning into a ghost town,” said Rhonda Jones, Sedgwick’s town clerk and a lifelong Sedgwick County resident who graduated from nearby Julesburg High School.
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