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A Special night

By Matt Meyer

A little Friday afternoon rain didn’t dampen the Flame of Hope — the Special Olympics’ torch — as it was carried, along with dozens of smaller flames, into Stocker Stadium by local law enforcement officers. The ...


Colorado West Amateur scores, June 5, 2015

By Staff

Colorado West Amateur Friday at Bookcliff Country Club, par 71 First Round, Gross scores Championship Flight Chris Aiken 70 Kolton Kyne 70 Joey Saad 70 Michael Rusk 70 Donny Kinnaman 72 Clayton Crawford 73 Grant Rogers 73 Tristan ...


Colorado group rubs shoulders with important company

By Charles Ashby

This year’s attendees of the Colorado Capitol Conference had a few surprises in their tour of Washington, D.C., this week. Not only did the 80 Coloradans on the annual sojourn to the nation’s capital hobnob with senators and ...


North Fork group urges D.C. officials to protect ag land

By Charles Ashby

Several residents and officials from the North Fork Valley returned from a trip to Washington, D.C., on Friday, after an effort to let Colorado’s congressional delegation know what they think about a proposed land swap on the Thompson ...


Don’t fall for that bad gardening advice

By Erin McIntyre

One of the things about being a master gardener that annoys me is the vast amount of terrible gardening advice that exists. I didn’t anticipate this. It’s especially bad on the Internet. I’m going to pick on Pinterest ...


Moist May draws out snowpack

By Dennis Webb

A moist-to-the-point-of-monsoonal May has done much to prolong Colorado’s snowpack this year. Precipitation that was 239 percent of average across the state’s mountains has boosted the state’s snowpack to 212 percent of ...


Western Slope delegation heads to Canada

By Staff

Several western Colorado business people and government officials are heading north to Canada this week in hopes of drumming up economic development for the region. Seventeen people representing private industry, governments and nonprofit ...


Wet, humid weather hits sycamore with anthracnose

By Dennis Hill

We have a big old sycamore tree in our yard, and it just looks awful this spring. There are hardly any leaves, and the ones that were coming out are drying up. Did the tree freeze this spring, or is there something else going on? — ...


Cyclists to pedal over monument

By Gary Harmon

Ride the Rockies will kick off next week with a Sunday ride along Colorado National Monument’s Rim Rock Drive. The 2,000 Ride the Rockies participants will travel from the Grand Junction entrance westward, to the entrance at ...


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Disparate groups back feds’ plan for forests

By Gary Harmon

The first steps to deal with a beetle infestation on Grand Mesa could take place as early as next spring, though Forest Service officials acknowledge there is no reversing the damage. “We’re not going to stop the beetle ...


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