Corny Teads Race

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Photo by Christopher Tomlinson

Racer #238 Scott Newton navigates one of the tight turns in the corn maze at Studt’s Pumpkin Patch and Corn Maze,21.1/2 and I 1/2 Roads Sunday morning during the Corny Treads Race for A division riders.This was the second in the Mountain & Desert Racing Series.The race will benefit The Axel Project.The next race in the series will be on Oct.23 with the Creepy Treads Race starting at 4:30pm in Canyon View Park.

Six jailed in huge pot grow

Six men were arrested this week after local and federal authorities targeted an elaborate illegal marijuana grow that covered a full mile of federal land, adjacent to Colorado Highway 141 at the Dolores River and near the Mesa and Montrose county lines.

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