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New Powderhorn owners making $800K in improvements

By Staff

Skiers and riders can expect a new experience at Powderhorn Resort with today’s announcement that $800,000 in improvements will be made to the ski area this winter season. This season’s improvements include: a new halfpipe, ...


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Chevy 100 Contest Entries

By Staff

Out here in the west, people really do love their Chevys!  All of the vehicles seen here were entered in the Chevy 100 We Love Our Chevy contest, sponsored by Ed Bozarth Chevrolet Buick in Grand Junction.  ...


Paterno out at Penn State

By The AP

STATE COLLEGE, Pa.—Penn State trustees fired football coach Joe Paterno and university president Graham Spanier amid the growing furor over how the school handled sex abuse allegations against an assistant coach. The massive shakeup ...


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West Creek receives quick cleanup response after oil spill

By Dave Buchanan

GATEWAY — When Ray Muldrew pulled off Colorado Highway 141 on Oct. 26, near where two days earlier a tanker truck overturned and spilled an estimated 4,700 of gallons of light crude near the banks of West Creek, he knew there ...


KAFM will jump to 300 watts next week

By Staff

KAFM Community Radio will officially increase its wattage to 300 watts effective Tuesday, radio station officials announced today. The move, weather permitting, is the culmination of nearly two years of fundraising, purchasing equipment and ...


Town plugs leaking lake

By The AP

AVON — Avon town officials have plugged a hole in Nottingham Lake that was causing the 15-acre lake to slowly disappear. The leak was found by a fisherman after the lake level dropped seven feet last month. The Vail Daily says the ...


No immediate impact from spill seen in fish, wildlife

By Dave Buchanan

GATEWAY — Gravity saved West Creek. Not Isaac Newton’s gravity, at least not directly, but the gravity of the crude oil spurting from an overturned tanker truck on Oct. 24. That crude oil, described by one witness as ...


Give ‘em a lift: Powderhorn Ski Club raises funds with Snowball

By Dave Buchanan

If you are thinking doing about a snow dance, why not do it at Snowball 2011? Begin the local 2011–2012 ski season in style at this kids and family friendly event that includes dinner, a silent auction and special guest former U.S. Ski ...


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Hermosa grows 17 varietals on East Orchard Mesa

By Dave Buchanan

Ken Dunn laughs when you ask him about rkatsiteli, the curious white grape he grows in his Hermosa Vineyards on East Orchard Mesa. He pours an ounce or so of the pale-gold wine for a visitor but refrains from one himself. “I’m ...


Man pleads guilty to stabbing puppy

By The AP

DENVER — A 19-year-old man is due in court for sentencing after he agreed to plead guilty to aggravated cruelty to animals for stabbing a puppy five times in the face. The Denver District Attorney’s Office says 19-year-old Matthew ...


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