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STERLING, Colo. — Tonja Jimenez is far from the only person driving an RV down Colorado’s rural highways. But unlike the other rigs, her 34-foot-long motor home is equipped as an addiction treatment clinic on wheels, bringing lifesaving treatment to the northeastern corner of the state, where patients with substance use disorders are often left to fend for themselves.

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Outside of school, kids can still spend lots of time on their devices. For parents concerned about how often their kids are using electronic devices, DeFrates said online school probably won’t lead to technology addiction, as with video games or social media.

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Series hero Ali Reynolds returns with a vengeance in the topical “Credible Threat.” The setup is especially relevant and timely: When the life of the local Phoenix archbishop is threatened, he turns to Ali’s detective agency for help. The trail of the threats, and ultimate assassination attempt, may or may not be linked to grief-stricken mother Rachael Higgins, who has just learned that her son’s addiction and ultimate suicide were directly related to abuse suffered at the hands of a pedophile priest.

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