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Joe Trahan was the starting pitcher for the Rocky Mountain Oysters Sunday afternoon in game one of a doubleheader with the Summit Black Diamonds at Canyon View Park in a Mountain West Collegiate Summer Baseball League game.

Drainage officials float homeowner fees as fix to flood problems

In mid-June, after a localized storm over the Bookcliffs, residents who live in the vicinity of 34 and 35 roads and F and G roads watched helplessly as rivers of silt, water and debris overflowed ditches and washes. The runoff couldn’t be swept down to the Colorado River quickly enough and it pushed water into front yards, driveways and pastures along the way.


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