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Outdoor gear galore to be displayed April 9

By Ann Wright

If you’re addicted to “gear,” or just like it, MOG Fest is the place for you. The 2011 MOG Outdoor Gear Sale and COPMOBA Bike Swap will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 9, in the large parking lot in the 400 block of ...


No shortage of help celebrating birthday

By Tess Furey

If you like being the center of attention, or if you just like something for nothing, I’ve got a couple of places for you. I had the occasion recently to mark another year on the planet. I was hoping the day would pass with little ...


Udall pushes for shutdown prevention

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U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., said he is seeking a vote today on his “Government Shutdown Prevention Act” to prevent either party from trying to shut down government operations by ensure that federal appropriations continue at ...


NTSB: Pilot error likely caused fatal Colo. crash

By The AP

DENVER — Investigators say pilot error was the probable cause of a single-engine plane crash in western Colorado last year that killed the pilot, who was from Missouri. Two passengers from Arizona were also injured. A National ...


Colorado sheriff says he’ll protect Rocky Mountain National Park

By The AP

FORT COLLINS — A sheriff on the eastern end of Rocky Mountain National Park is encouraging people to visit the park even if a government shutdown closes it down. Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith said Thursday that he’ll provide ...


Budget cuts head to Colorado Senate

By The AP

DENVER — Education cuts and other cost-saving measures have been debated around the Colorado Legislature all year. The true test of how lawmakers balance the books comes when the Senate takes up a $7 billion general fund plan today. The ...


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Chore list, meet calendar

By Penny Stine

While springtime is an ideal time for many home improvement and yard projects, it’s not the only time or even the perfect time to tackle everything. Some chores are better left to the heat of the summer, some are best to handle in the ...


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Springtime rekindles the legend of the swan

By Penny Stine

The swan in the snow on Grand Mesa is a local planting guide legend, although most experts warn that it may or may not be accurate. According to the legend, it’s safe to plant warm weather crops like tomatoes and peppers once the ...


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Spring cleanup? Remember to recycle

By Penny Stine

We’re nearing that time of year when visitors to our fair city wonder about residents who pile up mounds of trash out by the street. Locals know that debris-lined streets are just one of the signs of spring in the Grand Valley, thanks ...


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Plant a garden, feel good

By Penny Stine

It’s springtime and once again, neighbors are planting, pruning and playing in the dirt. You’ve been tempted before, but usually the siren call of summer lures you out of the yard and onto the golf course, the mountains, the river ...


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