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VAC: A two-hour drive to Ouray is a great way to cool down

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When temperatures tickle the triple digits in the Grand Valley this summer, a two-hour drive to Ouray is a great way to cool down while taking in some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. Temperatures in this town cradled in the ...


VAC: Goblin Valley is a two and a half hour drive from Grand

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A chocolate Easter Bunny, a wizard and a melting ice cream cone stand guard over campers who may struggle to set up tents in the roaring wind. It’s the same often relentless wind which helped carve the magical and whimsical sandstone ...


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Western Slope athletes thrilled with progress at 4A state meet

By Scott Schlaufman

LAKEWOOD — Two days into the state track meet, nobody from the Western Slope has been able to win a championship in Class 4A, but based on the moods of the competitors, you would have no idea. For many of the runners, the state meet has ...


Leonhart proud of Griffins’ fight at state

By Pat Rooney

FORT COLLINS — Dale Leonhart would just assume be bald come Sunday morning. Leonhart, the head coach of the District 51 boys swimming team, shaved his beard last week in response to his Griffins’ stellar performance at the ...


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Carpenter nails down Mavs’ win

By Allen Gemaehlich

With the momentum of the game in balance, Mesa State College baseball coach Chris Hanks turned to a freshman. That freshman, Garrett Carpenter, responded, keeping the second-best hitting team in the nation in check Friday as the 29th-ranked ...


Briefs: Local Sports May 16, 2009

By Patrick Bahr

Prep Physicals • Free screening physicals being offered by School District 51 for athletes are at Grand Junction High School. Boys are May 19, girls are May 20. The district will begin assigning numbers at 4:30 p.m., screenings begin at ...


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First year on track ends with second-place finish in 800 for Cote

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — Rafael Cote hadn’t run track since he was in middle school. Between lifting weights and club soccer, he’d always had something else to do in the spring. “I figured, it’s my senior year; you’ve ...


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Paonia’s Reed barely loses in 800-meter run

By Staff

LAKEWOOD — Johanna Reed looked down at her watch as she crossed the finish line of the 800-meter run in Friday’s finals of the Class 2A state track & field championships at Jefferson County Stadium, a hint of disappointment on ...


HG: SustainAbility Column May 16, 2009

By Adele Israel

My trip to the Green Festival in Denver earlier this month was quite the adventure, but it was an adventure with a small carbon footprint. In keeping with my habit of grouping activities by location, I combined attending the festival with ...


HG: Homegrown Column May 16, 2009

By Dennis Hill

I would like to know how soon can one trim spent daffodils and tulips without damaging the life of the bulbs? Thank you. — Christina This is such a good question. I wish more people would ask it before starting to cut. Right after ...


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