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Skier visits down a bit

By Dave Buchanan

Visits to Colorado ski resorts in the first part of the 2014-2015 ski season were only slightly off the record-setting past of last year in spite of frigid temperatures and late-arriving snow that delayed some resort openings. Colorado Ski ...


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LOOKING FOR LYNX

By Dave Buchanan

If you’re a backcountry skier or hiker, chances are good that at sometime in your wandering, a big-footed cat with pointy ears has been watching you. Now, it’s time for humans to do the watching. What began as a first-of-its-kind ...


Gray Gourmet: Jan. 25, 2015

By Staff

All meals served with 1 percent milk: Monday — Chili relleno, Spanish rice, refried beans, pineapple slices with cherries and vanilla wafers. Tuesday — Spaghetti and meatballs, tossed salad with raspberry vinaigrette, yam and ...


Mesa club hockey team has grown in past four years

By Dale Shrull

Phil Flink glides down the ice, scooting past defenders. Fluid, smooth, polished skating ability. The puck dances on his stick like a water drop on a hot skillet. He spots an opening, and with a flick of the wrist, the scoreboard changes ...


Traffic Alert: Jan. 25, 2015

By Staff

Road closures and maintenance projects may affect traffic this week: ■ River Road Gas Line Installation–BIO CNG Project: Expect periodic traffic delays along River Road between Persigo Waste Water Plant and 24 Road. Project ...


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The girl goalie

By Dale Shrull

Amanda Nold seemed as lonely as a hermit as she minded the net. But suddenly she had to flip the switch when an opposing forward snagged the puck and was zipping toward her. Nold slapped her stick flat to the ice and dropped to her knees as ...


Your Town: Jan. 25, 2015

By Staff

It was mid-October last year when I harvested the last of the green tomatoes from the various vines I had growing in my small garden. Nighttime temperatures were dipping and I didn’t want to lose the green tomatoes to a freeze. That ...


Help your pet rid anxiety through positive associations

By Staff

Charle: I thought you might find this tip of interest. Some time ago we adopted a bearded collie, and after several anxiety-raising visits to the vet (including neutering — can’t say I blame him), he thought all car trips were to ...


Like to read? Grab a friend and take the Reading Challenge

By Laurena Mayne Davis

How do you select the books you read? Friends’ recommendations? Book club selections? Bestseller lists? The shelves of shiny new books at the library? Suggested titles based on the e-books you’ve read? Reviews in newspapers and ...


Book Notes: Jan. 25, 2015

By Ann Wright

Creative writing clinic open to veterans Help Hospitalized Veterans and the Western Colorado Writers’ Forum will offer an eight-week creative writing clinic for up to 10 veterans. The clinic is titled “Short Stories with ...


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