Rainy ride

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Photo by Christopher Tomlinson

In a heavy rain riders with the Fort Lewis College team cover with umbrellas during their warm up ride before the start of the Maverick Classic Whitewater Road Race Sunday morning.12 races with distances from 17 to 85 miles took riders on Purdy Mesa,Lands End and Divide Roads.

Man dies in Fruita shooting

A man died at the hospital Saturday evening after being shot outside a Fruita apartment.



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