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WinterStart begins Nordic ski race series

By Dave Buchanan

If your skis are skinny without a radical sidecut and your ski poles serve a real function, you know winter never starts until WinterStart. This 5K noncompetitive Nordic ski event begins the annual race series hosted by the Grand Mesa Nordic ...


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Weather at Powell is fine, but fishing is even better

By Dave Buchanan

It’s late fall in the Grand Valley, but it’s an endless summer at Lake Powell. At least according to long-time Lake Powell fisheries expert Wayne Gustaveson, author of the much-read Lake Powell fishing report, Wayne’s ...


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Increase in wild turkey nunmbers leads to more hunting opportunities

By Dave Buchanan

It’s particularly fitting: On this singular national holiday with a bird as its centerpiece, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is asking you to go wild about turkey. Specifically wild turkeys, and so much the better should your ...


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Building schools is Lylah’s Purpose

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Lylah’s Purpose hopes to be so much more than just some fly-by-night rock band. 14-year-old lead guitarist Lylah Purpus hopes she can raise enough money through her music to build a school in a needy country. Purpus, along with band ...


Semi-tanker rolls on Highway 330

By Staff

The Colorado State Patrol is investigating a rollover accident involving a semi-tanker on Colorado Highway 330. The crash, reported just before 11 a.m., involved a production-water semi-tanker at 54313 Colorado Highway 330, which is between ...


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Telluride: Fantastic conditions and world-class amenities

By Staff

The Telluride ski experience offers a genuine mountain experience for all levels of skiers thanks to a mix of quality terrain at all points on the mountain.  From refined groomed runs to challenging moguls, there truly is something for ...


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Crested Butte celebrates golden anniversary

By Staff

Crested Butte Mountain Resort officially opened for skiing in November of 1961, and this year’s opening day marks the resort’s 50th birthday and the culmination of a year-long celebration. To honor its golden year, CBMR is ...


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New half-pipe marks changes at Powderhorn

By Penny Stine

Powderhorn was sold at auction to new owners who have decades of experience in the Colorado ski industry and who recognize what Powderhorn is (a great little local mountain) and what it isn’t (a world-class resort that will attract the ...


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Adaptive programs expand horizons

By Penny Stine

Many Colorado ski resorts have learn-to-ski programs for visitors with disabilities. The programs are all affiliated chapters of Disabled Sports USA and offer lessons, instruction and guidance for people of all ages and ...


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A pipe dream

By Staff

Nobody is more excited about Powderhorn Mountain Resort’s plan to build a half-pipe than Tom LeValley. The owner of Traz Snow & Skate, across from Sportsman’s Warehouse at 2466 U.S. Highway 6 & 50, has watched snowboarding ...


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