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A herd of bighorn sheep grazes outside the Best Western Antlers Motel in Glenwood Springs in this photo taken by an employee of the motel.

Bighorn rams his ‘rival’ - his own reflection in window

Christian Addie was on his lunch break from his job at the Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge this week when he and some coworkers began watching some bighorn sheep that have been wandering into Glenwood Springs over the last several days.

Grapevine-eating bug found in Grand Valley

For years, Grand Valley vineyards were isolated from a pest that plagued other winemaking regions of the world. But the detection of a tiny insect that feeds on the roots of grapevines has those in the industry worried now about the damage it could inflict on almost 75 percent of Colorado’s grape crop.

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