Easter egg hunt

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Twenty-three-month-old Ayla Sahr from Crested Butte picks up Easter eggs during the Western Colorado Botanical Gardens second-annual Easter Egg Hunt this morning. More than 800 kids, ages one to eight, took part in the hunt, picking up more than 10,000 eggs. The Sahr family was in town to get away from the snow in Crested Butte.

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A Montrose County grand jury last week returned multiple-count indictments against two hunters who allegedly caused the death of a motorcyclist last year near Crawford and then left the scene of the grisly crash. Mark Anthony Valdez, 47, of Delta, and Kevin Lee Keener, 43, of Anton, each are charged with vehicular homicide, manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide and reckless endangerment — among other charges — after an incident along Colorado Highway 92 on Oct. 12, 2013,


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