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Aspen bears relocated

By Dave Buchanan

Aspen isn’t alone in its spate of bear problems. Crested Butte Town Marshal Tom Martin said the bear problem “has never been worse than it is this summer.” There, bears have made dens in abandoned sheds and learned to open ...


DOW officials say humans, not bruins, problem in Aspen

By Dave Buchanan

ASPEN – Big things are bruin in Aspen. A town sporting bear icons and totems ranging from mailbox ornaments to larger-than-life-size statues on restaurants has found itself neck-deep in real bears, and wildlife officers are saying the ...


You Said It Sept. 13, 2009

By Staff

• Here’s a list of government programs: Postal Service, started 234 years ago; Social Security, 74 years ago; Fannie Mae, 71 years ago; War on Poverty, 45 years ago; Medicare/Medicaid, 44 years ago; Freddie Mac, 39 years ago. ...


True lies and health care

By The Daily Sentinel

An obscure South Carolina Congressman became infamous last Wednesday when he shouted, “You lie!” as President Barack Obama delivered his speech on health care reform. Republican Rep. Joe Wilson quickly apologized to the president ...


Briefs: Outdoors Sept. 13, 2009

By Dave Buchanan

Mountain lion meetings set The Colorado Division of Wildlife will host two meetings about the upcoming mountain lion season and ongoing mountain lion research in game management units 61, 62 and 70 on the south end of the Uncompahgre ...


Colorado Wildlife Commission keeps hunting seasons traditional

By Dave Buchanan

The Colorado Wildlife Commission on Thursday adopted the season structure for the 2010-2014 hunting seasons and, except for a few notable changes, left the existing structure pretty much alone. Colorado again will have four big-game rifle ...


Briefs: Your Town Sept. 13, 2009

By Tammy Gemaehlich

So much is going on this week in Your Town, I can barely get a word in edgewise. That’s OK though — I’ll let you do the talking today. It’s exciting to see such a busy community and such a variety of clubs and ...


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THE BEST OF BLUE: Outdoors Sept. 13, 2009

By Bill Haggerty

My ankles hurt, my hips and thighs were sore, I was dehydrated, I hiked out in the dark and I was in trouble by the time I got home. Nonetheless, the hike to Blue Lake — other than being very strenuous — was actually quite ...


There’s still some hope this season for Denver

By Rick Jussel

Let the McBronco Era begin. For better or for worse, today in Cincinnati. Tune in.  It’s way too early to tune out. Bronco fans have spent the better part of six months worrying, wondering and certainly wavering in their belief ...


SPEAKING OF SCIENCE, Sept. 13, 2009

By Staff

Ballplayers depend on physics to throw curves OK, so I admit it — I’m one of those people who watches baseball, especially when my local team is doing pretty well. Yes, it’s a slow-moving game — at times.  ...


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