Former babysitter gives large playground grant

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John Leane looks over the playground at Canyon View Park where the Play 2 Dream Foundation has given the city a major grant to upgrade the equipment. The head of the foundation was the Leane family’s babysitter when they had young children, including twins. The foundation is dedicated to providing play equipment which is safe and allows fun fitness activity for all children.

Teen killed in ATV accident led active life

Four of Lloyd Joseph’s teammates from his Palisade Heavyweight Broncos youth football team huddled with their coach at Mount Garfield Middle School on Friday, and boisterously yelled a special version of their motivational “breakdown,” usually reserved for game day. “Who are we?” one of them yelled. “Broncos!” the group countered. “What are we?” the chant leader asked. “A family!” they exclaimed.



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