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Tag: Colorado

Colorado Hops Boom Keeps Pace With Craft Beer Industry

09/18/14 | By | 204 More
Colorado Hops Boom Keeps Pace With Craft Beer Industry

The amount of hops produced this year in Colorado is expected to be a new record, but it’s relative.

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UP BEAR CREEK | Colorado’s New Poet Laureate

09/16/14 | By | 64 More

Poet Art Goodtimes on ‘everyman’s’ poet Joe Hutchinson.

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Udall, Gardner’s First Debate Highlights Crucial Battle for Senate Seat

09/08/14 | By | 79 More
Udall, Gardner’s First Debate Highlights Crucial Battle for Senate Seat

The Udall-Gardner race is considered one of the most critical races in the U.S.

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Loghill Lungbuster:  Short But Challenging 

08/26/14 | By | 38 More

The 16-mile time trial will begin between noon and 12:15 p.m. for elite cyclists on Sept. 7.

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Float Highlights River Improvements, Future Visions

08/21/14 | By | 100 More
Float Highlights River Improvements, Future Visions

The tour was developed to give local officials and residents a first-hand experience of the river since improvements were made.

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J. Paul Brown, Yes; McLachlan, No

08/08/14 | By | 26 More

Often in these letters to the editor I have attacked what I see as the fraud of man-caused, global climate change, nee global warming.

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Tularemia Confirmed in Domestic Cats in Montrose County

08/04/14 | By | More

Typical signs of infection in humans are fever, chills, headache, muscle aches, chest pain, and coughing.

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States Look to Colorado for Guidance After Half A Year of Legalization

07/30/14 | By | More
States Look to Colorado for Guidance After Half A Year of Legalization

Telluride has received a total of $89,752 for the five months of retail and medical marijuana sales.

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OCHS Presents History of Mountain Top and Grand View Mines

07/14/14 | By | More
OCHS Presents History of Mountain Top and Grand View Mines

The story of two significant Ouray County mines will unfold at the Ouray County Historical Society’s next “Evening of History’ lecture on Tuesday, July 22.

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Colo. Supreme Court Blocks Progress of Public Trust Doctrine Measure

07/03/14 | By | More

Water policy watchdogs across Colorado breathed a small sigh of relief this week upon learning that Initiative 103, the so-called “Public Trust Doctrine”

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Brews and Bogeys Opens at Black Canyon Golf Course

07/02/14 | By | More
Brews and Bogeys Opens at Black Canyon Golf Course

Brews and Bogeys is Horsefly’s third location in Montrose, joining their Main Street brewery and the small grill at Montrose Regional Airport.

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A Close-Up View of Washington, D.C.

07/02/14 | By | More
A Close-Up View of Washington, D.C.

Gus Jarvis reports that this year’s Colorado Capital Conference in Washington offered invaluable insights and a refreshing view of our nation’s leaders.

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ELEVATED | Montrose Music, Ah Haa Photos, Friends in Art

07/02/14 | By | More
ELEVATED | Montrose Music, Ah Haa Photos, Friends in Art

Friends in Art exhibit in Ridgway, Ah Haa photography contest, Montrose music shout-out.

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Judges Schum, Greenacre to Retire January 2015

07/02/14 | By | More

To be eligible for appointment to fill the vacancies, applicants must be qualified electors of the Seventh Judicial District and must have been admitted to the practice of law in Colorado for five years.

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Let Freedom Ring at Ridgway’s 27th Annual ‘Sunday in the Park’

06/29/14 | By | More

This popular, patriotic community-wide event attracts 400-500 people from Ridgway, Ouray, Telluride, Montrose as well as out-of-state visitors each year.

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To Sign or Not to Sign?

To help you decide whether or not to sign a petition, the League of Women Voters offers the following points to consider.

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Upcoming Telluride Wine Festival Should Be the Best Yet

06/24/14 | By | More
Upcoming Telluride Wine Festival Should Be the Best Yet

Attendees can expect to eat, drink, laugh, and learn. Prices for individual events vary, and limited tickets will be available at the box office of events not yet sold out.

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Photographer Ingrid Lundahl’s New Book Chronicles ‘Outlaw Spirit’ of Telluride

06/18/14 | By | 42 More
Photographer Ingrid Lundahl’s New Book Chronicles ‘Outlaw Spirit’ of Telluride

Lundahl’s new book, Telluride: The Outlaw Spirit of a Colorado Town, comes out Labor Day weekend

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Woman’s Club of Ouray County Hosts Huge Annual Rummage Sale June 20-21

06/16/14 | By | More
Woman’s Club of Ouray County Hosts Huge Annual Rummage Sale June 20-21

True rummage sale die-hards look forward to the event all year long, and come back several times while it is underway.

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Montrose First Stop on June 22-28 Bicycle Tour of Colorado

06/16/14 | By | More

More than 650 cyclists from all over the world will participate in the 20th Annual Bicycle Tour of Colorado.

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OCHS Evenings of History Series Kicks Off

06/15/14 | By | More
OCHS Evenings of History Series Kicks Off

The talk will focus on a truly unique aspect of the San Juan Mountains: the origin of this vast, dissected volcanic plateau.

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Gunnison Basin Roundtable Defines Goals for State Water Plan

06/14/14 | By | More

That overriding goal is simply to protect existing water uses in the Gunnison Basin.

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Silverton Man Arrested for Suspected Homicide

06/09/14 | By | More

San Juan County Coroner Keri Metzler identified the victim as Jessica McFarland, 32.

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A Swim for Survival, and the Fight for a Free Europe

06/05/14 | By | More
A Swim for Survival, and the Fight for a Free Europe

Frank Casias was a young man on Omaha Beach during the invasion of Normandy.

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SPORTS WATCH | June a Make or Break Month for the Slumping Rockies

06/05/14 | By | More

It’s time for Walt Weiss to turn this team around, or he should find another place to go.

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Spilling Over the Crystal

06/05/14 | By | More
Spilling Over the Crystal

This happens only once in a while. Watch it now.

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Hydroelectricity Cuts Through Red Tape

06/05/14 | By | More
Hydroelectricity Cuts Through Red Tape

New law promotes flow of more hydroelectric projects.

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Cerro Trails to Top Over a Mile

06/01/14 | By | More
Cerro Trails to Top Over a Mile

Cycling enthusiasts are invited to volunteer to continue trail building efforts at Cerro Summit on Saturday, June 7.

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Comedy of Errors

05/30/14 | By | More

That afternoon the court learned that the BCJC had to request information three times, beginning in 2013

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OURAY BRIEFS | OHV Ordinance Crashes and Burns on First Reading

05/24/14 | By | More
OURAY BRIEFS | OHV Ordinance Crashes and Burns on First Reading

The Ouray City Council voted 3-2 on Monday, May 19 to kill on first reading an ordinance that would have allowed Off-Highway Vehicles to operate on city streets this summer.

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Main in Motion Kicks Off 13th Season May 29

05/11/14 | By | More
Main in Motion Kicks Off 13th Season May 29

Main in Motion, the popular Montrose festival, begins its 13th season Thursday, May 29, at 6 p.m. in Montrose’s historic downtown.

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Third Grade TCAP Scores Show Slight Dip Over 2013

05/09/14 | By | More

Testing shows drops in Montrose, Ouray and San Miguel counties’ third-graders’ reading proficiency.

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SPORTS WATCH | Despite Their History, Can Rox Continue to Win?

05/07/14 | By | More

The Rockies are off to a great start, which generally means a disappointing season. Can Colorado buck their own losing trend?

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LiveWell Colorado Kicks Off in Montrose, Mountain Village

05/05/14 | By | More

The Colorado Get Movin’ Challenge provides free online tools to encourage Coloradans to make a concerted and collective effort to be active during May.

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SUSHITINI

05/01/14 | By | More
SUSHITINI

Sushitini is Montrose’s Main Street destination for fresh Asian cuisine serving a variety of seafood, soups and salads.

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Intermittent Closures of US 550/ Red Mountain Pass for Rock Scaling This Next Week

04/28/14 | By | More

CDOT plans more road closures of Highway 550/Red Mountain Pass beginning next week where there was a massive rockslide last winter.

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GUEST COMMENTARY | Water Management in Colorado

District 58 Rep. Don Coram writes, “As Colorado’s population steadily increases, effective water management practices only increase in importance.”

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Two Fires Sparked Near Norwood

04/17/14 | By | More

Norwood fire crews and the county sheriff’s office responded to two fires in Norwood on Saturday afternoon.

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State Hopes to Find Solution to Mule Deer Decline

04/10/14 | By | More
State Hopes to Find Solution to Mule Deer Decline

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is holding a series of seven public meetings around the state to develop a strategy that not only halts the current trend but increase mule deer population to the set objective.

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Colorado Senate Passes Small Hydro Legislation

03/31/14 | By | More

The bill complements last year’s streamlining of permitting requirements for small hydro at the federal level.

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SPORTS WATCH | What to Expect From the Perfect Host in Colorado

03/12/14 | By | More
SPORTS WATCH | What to Expect From the Perfect Host in Colorado

Are open displays of weed and weed paraphernalia now a part of our hosting norm here in Colorado?

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