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Death notices, June 10, 2012

By Staff

■ Dale Gladen Huggins, 60, Cedaredge, died May 31, 2012, at St. Mary’s Hospital. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at Louisville Cemetery in Louisville. Survivors include his wife, Ellyn; two sons, Ryan and Travis, both of ...


Fed critic collects nearly $200,000 in farm subsidies

By {screen_name}

John Justman, the Lower Valley farmer and Mesa County Commission hopeful who has framed himself as a stalwart opponent of federal interference in local affairs, has collected more than $195,000 in farm subsidies over the last 15 ...


Birds in rehab need larger flight cage

By Dennis Webb

A Silt-area wildlife rehabilitation center appreciates the donations that will allow it to build a bigger flight cage — even if the center’s efforts to help eagles and other raptors aren’t always appreciated by the birds ...

Blotter, June 10, 2012

By Staff

2 jailed in alleged beating Dustin J. Hill, 18, 1725 N 3/10 Road, and Jordan W. Dry, 19, of Naturita, were arrested in the pre-dawn hours Saturday on suspicion of first-degree assault causing injury and being minors in possession of ...

You Said It, June 10, 2012

By Staff

Apparently Sierra Club members and their ilk don’t have to work for a living, but I would hazard a guess they don’t live in caves either … go figure. If you want to know where all the water is going, drive to north ...

Bomb, arm included in funny tales of anglers

By Dave Buchanan

And you thought hooking a big northern pike was a blast. We’re always looking for fishing stories that ring a bit different, and this week the Outdoor Hub Newswire brought to light a couple of stories that even we couldn’t make ...


Slope in numbers: Fewer skiers hit slopes as Colorado snow fails to fly

By Dave Buchanan

Anyone who made a turn or two this winter at his or her favorite ski resort isn’t surprised to hear overall skier visits for Colorado were down quite a bit this past winter. No lift lines at Crested Butte during Christmas? Skiing ...


Iron Horse Bicycle Classic exciting for everyone involved

By Scott Mercier

The Iron Horse Bicycle Classic is a festival of cycling over the Memorial Day weekend in Durango. There are fun activities for everyone including spectators, roadies, dirt chasers, townies and kids. You can race, ride, or get dressed up in ...


Card player cuts deck of fat quarters into traditional quilts

By Sherida Warner

Hand her a deck of playing cards, and Monique Dillard of Rockford, Ill., will shuffle and deal any game you desire. King’s Corner, rummy, or her current favorite, pinochle. Card games are a favorite form of recreation for her, and when ...


See Spot shop

By Rachel Sauer

Oh, Fido (or Rex, or Rover, or Spot, Fluffy, Muffin, Steve). Man’s best friend. Catcher of Frisbees, fetcher of sticks. Slobberer. Squirrel chaser. Shopping companion. Shopping companion? Well, sure. Who better to gaze questioningly at ...

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