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‘Angler’s moon’ delays start of fishing frenzy at Lake Powell

By Wayne Gustaveson

Lake Elevation: 3,652 asl Water Temperature 68-71 F PAGE, Ariz. – This is my final report about challenging fishing at Lake Powell.  All fish are poised and ready to explode in a feeding frenzy.  Really the only thing holding ...


Grand Valley native named GM at Powderhorn Resort

By Dave Buchanan

Daren Cole, a fourth-generation Coloradan with roots in the Grand Valley, has been named general manager for Powderhorn Resort. Cole has more than 18 years experience in the Colorado ski industry, including stints at Vail and Durango Mountain ...


Final grapes near the peak ripeness

By Dave Buchanan

The basil is gone, the tomatoes are drooping and there’s a bit of hope (but fading fast) for the last of the chard. That’s just in my garden. Thank goodness I don’t have acres of grapes to worry about. But worry they will, ...


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Muesli makes breakfast to swoon for

By Rachel Sauer

The vistas were great, all sky and cloud and endless horizon. And the sea was a tapestry of colors I’d never even seen before, dancing between turquoise and teal, aqua and dusky blue. I could gaze at it for days. Plus, there were the ...


Westbound Eisenhower Tunnel to close tonight for maintenance

By The AP

SILVERTHORNE — The Colorado Department of Transportation will close the westbound lanes of Interstate 70 through the Eisenhower Tunnel on Wednesday night for ventilation maintenance and testing. Traffic will be rerouted over Loveland ...


Forest Service considers motorcycle trail proposal

By The AP

SILVERTHORNE — The U.S. Forest Service is considering a proposal to create a roughly 30-mile single-track trail system in the White River National Forest for motorcycles. The plan for about 15 miles of new trail and about 15 miles of ...


Governor unsure what to do with Occupy Denver protesters

By The AP

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper says he isn’t sure what legal options the state has to deal with protesters who have camped out at the state Capitol protesting corporate greed. Hickenlooper told KOA-AM radio on Tuesday that he is ...


Override backers raise nearly $37,000

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Referred Measure 3B advocacy committee Friends of School District 51 raised nearly $37,000 between Aug. 30 and Sept. 28, according to a finance report filed Monday with the Colorado Secretary of State’s office. The campaign’s ...


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Stolen items found inside Hilltop van, affidavit says

By Paul Shockley

Police in Tennessee on Sunday found three laptop computers, 10 cell phones and an air pistol inside a van believed stolen last month from Hilltop Community Resources by a former employee, according to court records. The Chevrolet van was ...


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Family seeks details in stabbing death of Montrose man

By William Woody

A Montrose family is still trying to piece together the details that led to the stabbing death of Shaun Peter Cassidy in Fort Collins. Cassidy died Sunday of a stroke related to massive blood loss after he was stabbed in the neck with a beer ...


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