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Powderhorn cuts back summer events

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Three years after launching new recreational and entertainment activities in the hopes of drawing more off-season visitors, Powderhorn Ski Resort is scaling back its summer events schedule and instead focusing on adding winter offerings. The ...

Weekly Planner, May 30, 2010

By Staff

Sunday, May 30 Connecting With Your Horse, riding program to benefit Dream Catcher Therapy Center and End of The Trail Horse Rescue, 5814 Colorado Highway 348, Olathe, 2-5 p.m., learn groundwork, body work and riding ideas, donations at the ...

Gray Gourmet, May 30, 2010

By Staff

Monday — Closed for Memorial Day Tuesday — Spinach/cheese souffle, wax beans, tossed salad, tropical fruit. Wednesday — Hamburger on a bun, tomato slices, macaroni salad, pineapple tidbits. Thursday —  Chicken ...

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What a steal: Running game, timely hits lift Hutchinson to victory

By Patrick Bahr

Jamell Cervantez wasn’t going to let him a little knee pain stop him from running whenever he wanted to. During the first game of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series at Suplizio Field, the Hutchinson (Kan.) Community College ...

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Tooting his Horn: Riley Hornback overcomes injury to lead San Jac to win

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Riley Hornback had a little setback a few minutes before the San Jacinto (Texas) College-North baseball team took the field for its opener in the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. The sophomore outfielder crashed into the fence during ...

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Sunny side up: Sun Chiefs take advantage of Temple’s miscues

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Andrew Prichard saw the ball headed for the gap in right-center and took off. The next thing he knew, he was crossing home plate Saturday afternoon in Game 3 of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. “I knew right away it was ...

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Barefoot Beach: People, creatures along coast of west Florida appear to be safe from oil spill

By Bill Haggerty

“Hope and pray. Hope and pray,” said Kieu Banks, proprietor of the Barefoot Beach Caf&233; in the middle of Barefoot Beach Nature Preserve on the Gulf of Mexico south of Fort Myers, Florida. Every single living creature along this ...

Flowing: Runoff on Gunnison should be fairly short

By Staff

The peak flows on the Gunnison River have come and gone, at least the man-made peak flows. The Bureau of Reclamation announced last week that the agency has met its responsibility in supplying the peak flow demands for the Black Canyon ...


Week in Sports for May 30 - June 5, 2010

By Kim Kochevar

Super sports photos captured during the past week. Call 256-4388 for reprints.  ...

Game 3: Faulkner State 12, Temple College 6

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Faulkner (Ala.) State Community College’s Josh Huggins went 3 for 5 with a home run to help the Sun Chiefs advance past Temple (Texas) College 12-6 today in the third game of the Alpine Bank Junior College World Series. Andrew Prichard ...

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