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Sterling Funeral Homes

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    Sterling is also known as: Logan County / Sterling city.

    Sterling contains: Northeastern Junior College.

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  • Location of Sterling, Colorado

    Interesting Facts

    Some of the notable people born here have been: Dustin Fitzsimons (actor), Cynthia Makris (singer), and Lee Meisner (american football player).

    Obituaries for residents might be found in these newspapers: Sterling Journal-Advocate, South Platte Sentinel, and Journal-Advocate.

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  • History

    The city population was 14,777 at the 2010 census. Sterling is located at 40°37′32″N 103°12′42″W / 40. 62556°N 103. 21167°W / 40. 62556; -103. 21167 (40. 625430, -103. 211783). It is 128 miles (206 km) northeast of Denver, and is located on Interstate 76, on the 'eastern plains' of northeastern Colorado. 9 square miles (18 km), all of it land. The original inhabitants of the Colorado High Plains near Sterling were probably paleo-Indians of the Clovis culture. The earliest known European visitors (post-Spanish exploration) to the area were primarily French fur trappers searching for fertile beaver streams in the late-1700s. By that time, the principal Indian tribes occupying the region were the Arapaho and Cheyenne, although war and hunting parties of other Plains tribes such as the Sioux and Pawnee probably passed through. Organized exploration of the area by Americans began with the visit on June 26, 1820 of the expedition of Major Stephen Harriman Long, who referred...

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All Funeral Homes in Sterling

Chaney-Reager Funeral Home
443 S 2nd St Send flowers
Sterling, CO 80751


Sterling Riverside Cemetery
18611 Us Highway 6 Send flowers
Sterling, CO 80751

Sunset Memorial Gardens
16339 County Road 41 Send flowers
Sterling, CO 80751


Tennant Funeral Home Crematory
330 S 2nd St Send flowers
Sterling, CO 80751