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Prep Notebook: Warriors softball team hitting for a high average

By Staff

Central High School’s softball team is off to a torrid start at the plate. The second-ranked Warriors have already hit 16 home runs and scored 90 runs this season. “We’re hitting the ball well,” Central coach Scott ...


Maes says was fired after reporting gambling ring

By The AP

DENVER — Colorado GOP gubernatorial candidate Dan Maes says he was fired by the police department in Liberal, Kansas after he was asked to report on a gambling ring and then accused of associating with bad characters. In an exclusive ...


091510outMushroomsGuides

Good guidebook, knowledgeable friend keys to mushroom hunting

By Dave Buchanan

First, this note: This is not a guide to mushroom hunting. It is a story about searching for mushrooms on Grand Mesa and elsewhere, but don’t take it as the final word. Ask around and you’ll find out there are old mushroom ...


091310 Fall Bird Festival

Learn about birding with banding program

By Dave Buchanan

Birds, youngsters and imaginations are all caught in the mist nets strung around the Grand Valley Audubon Society Nature Center. The nets, which are finely woven traps made to harmlessly snare passing birds, are among the attractions the ...


Check out fly fishing seminar at the library

By Dave Buchanan

Libraries are great places for learning about fly fishing, even if the casting room is a bit limited. On Sept. 25, Phil Trimm, multitalented manager at Western Anglers Fly Shop, steps out of the stacks at Mesa County Libraries’ Central ...


Late summer food thoughts

By Dixie Burmeister

I was in the midst of Palisade Peach Recipe Contest check-in frenzy when suddenly a man approached me. He seemed somewhat familiar, and he was holding his darling little daughter. “Dixie, I’m Steve Beauregard, I read your ...


Crews contain 35 percent of wildfire near Loveland

By The AP

LOVELAND — Crews battling a wildfire in the northern Colorado foothills say the wind may not be as bad as originally predicted, and residents may soon be able to go home for good. Firefighters had expected sustained winds of up to 25 ...


Colo. BLM plans roundup of 138 wild horses

By The AP

MEEKER — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management says it will gather an estimated 138 wild horses in northwest Colorado and place most of them up for adoption. The BLM says the horses southwest of Meeker are outside an area designated for ...


Adobe Creek Sr. Men’s League Golf Results September 15, 2010

By Staff

Adobe Creek Senior Men's League - September 15, 2010 First Flight T1st Bob Compere   T1st Frank Rubalcaba   T1st Cliff ...


4 Corners Monument dedicating new visitor plaza

By The AP

SANTA FE, N.M. — The New Mexico Tourism Department says the Four Corners Monument has a new plaza and interpretive panels for visitors. The monument marks where New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona and Utah meet. A dedication of the new plaza ...


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