She’s not skatebored

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Hayden Gordon, 6, applied the foot brake as she rides a skateboard down the sidewalk at West Lake Park. Hayden was on her way to the playground with her mom.

Fracking foes may turn to ballot

Two state high court rulings Monday rejecting Longmont’s ban on hydraulic fracturing in oil and gas development and Fort Collins’ five-year moratorium on the process provided clarity as to the limits of local control over the industry under state law.



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    The Roaring Fork River offers ample fishing opportunities in the spring season.

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    Scenes from the Middle Ages at the Renaissance Faire in Las Colonias Park.

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    Competitors laud event and course at the Grand Valley BMX competition.

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    Delta inmates have found a spiritual brotherhood in music through singing.

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    Volunteers rebuild deck, grenade found in yard, phoenix comes to school.


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