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Class 4A state swim results

By Staff

Class 4A Saturday at Edora Pool Ice Center, Fort Collins Team Scores 1. Air Academy 280; 2. Thompson Valley 244; 3. D’Evelyn 204; 4. Discovery Canyon 196; 5. Cheyenne Mountain 193; 6. Estes Park 142; 7. Silver Creek 136; 8. Coronado ...

Blue Mesa starts boat inspections

By Dave Buchanan

The start of the summer boating season also means the start of the summer boat inspection season at Blue Mesa Reservoir. Starting Friday the National Park Service will commence mandatory Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) boat inspections at the ...


Destination: Pelican Lake

By Staff

As this is being written, another winter storm is moving across the high country and rivers everywhere are in seeming disarray from spring runoff. It’s enough to drive an angler to the brink of ... Pelican Lake, about 25 miles ...

Park Service warning of high water

By Dave Buchanan

Not unexpectedly, given the recent series of moisture-laden storms hitting the high county, the final seasonal runoff forecast for the upper Gunnison Basin hasn’t budged from earlier estimates. “We’re still at 850,000 ...


Deer meeting opens floor to public concern

By Dave Buchanan

What’s up with Colorado’s mule deer herds? Or, perhaps more accurately, what’s down with the deer? It’s no secret that in Colorado and West-wide, mule deer herds are in decline and wildlife managers everywhere are ...


Quilter works Anglo-American angle

By Sherida Warner

England is Sue McCarty’s cup of tea. Stitching together, literally, stories of the common heritage of two great nations — America and England — this master quilter from Roy, Utah, added yet another best of show ribbon to her ...


Don’t look to ‘Outdoors in the Southwest’ for conquests

By Laurena Mayne Davis

There may be 1,500-year-old handprints on Andrew Gulliford’s new book, but it’s Edward Abbey’s fingerprints that are all over it. “Outdoors in the Southwest: An Adventure Anthology” was edited by Gulliford, ...


De Beque seniors each personally recognized during commencement

By Rachel Sauer

It’s a thought that infuses every milestone event at a small school, every moment when the kids are exceptional and the town gathers to acknowledge them. Saturday morning, De Beque School District 49-JT Superintendent Alan Dillon ...

13 receive CU mechanical engineering degrees through CMU program

By Staff

The University of Colorado engineering program at Colorado Mesa University is approaching the goals its founders aimed for, the dean of the engineering school said. Now in the sixth year of a 10-year agreement for the program, it seems likely ...


‘Pursue adventure,’ CMU graduates told

By Rachel Sauer

Most people who’ve attended college have considered, at one point or another, not attending college — dropping out for whatever compelling-at-the-time reason. For Marshall Anderson, 21, that time arrived during his sophomore year ...

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