West of 50 Fair: ‘Let’s Camp!’

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Terry and Ray Youmans check out a new RV from Transwest: Truck, Trailer, and RV at the Colorado West of 50 Fair taking place today at Two Rivers Convention Center.
This year’s fair was camping-themed and included “Camp Fire Talks” by Cabela’s, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and the John McConnell Math & Science Center.
There were more than 50 exhibitors offering goods, services, and tips for the 50 and better crowd.

Sleep aid given to at least one at Montrose day-care center

Montrose police are still investigating an incident at a day care center Wednesday, in which an employee administered at least one non-child dose of an over-the-counter sleep aid to one of the children.



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