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Someone left an old refrigerator in the parking lot for the Little Park Trailhead just off Little Park Road. It is illegal to deposit old appliances, electronics or other trash on public lands. If you witness someone illegally dumping items in Mesa County, immediately call 911.

Panel celebrates freedom to read

For anyone who’s read them, it’s hard to deny the power of books. Books kept history professor Sarah Swedberg, who teaches at Colorado Mesa University, sane and engaged through a culturally spartan childhood in rural New England.





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