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Emmett Dean Anderson was born on Dec. 3 to Ryan Emmett and Monica Deann Anderson of Tabernash. Emmett was born at Estes Park Medical Center. Grandparents are Andy and Rusty Anderson, and Dean and Rosie Johnson. Great grandparent is Rosalie Lorz.
Published: January 12, 2016
Grand Lake resident and current Town Mayor Judy Burke has announced plans for a reelection campaign. Grand Lake will hold municipal elections on Tue. April 5. Burke confirmed her plans to run for reelection to the position of mayor on Jan. 7. Burke is currently finishing her third term as Mayor of Grand Lake and looks to keep her position
Published: January 12, 2016
Results from Jan. 8 race at Loveland.Team results:Girls 4th Boys 3rdIndividual Results - GirlsEmma Enebo - 3rd Overall, combined time 1:50.58, Qualifies for StateLaine Nabhan - 16th Overall, combined time 2:00.54, Qualifies for StateSarah Bausano - 27th Overall, combined time 2:06.19Ryleigh Sutcliffe - 29th Overall, combined time 2:07.06Maddy Hill - 40th Overall, combined time 2:20.37Bixby Daugherty - 42nd Overall, combined
Published: January 12, 2016
Published: January 12, 2016
My Spare Lady 1-6-2016OMG 39 17Incredibowls 36.5 19.5Lucky Charms 34 22Girls in the Gutter 30 26Just Us 29 27Strike Me A Spare 25.5 30.5Who Gives A Split 20 36Dolls with Balls 10 46Scratch game: Heidi Ross 189Scratch series: Kathy Burke 577Handicap Game: Mary Beth Hale 231Handicap Series: Terry Fisher 623HRBL 1-10-2016AMTV 43.5 20.5Baer Ass’d 41 233 Horns & A Schmuck 36 28The Hoovers 35.5 28.5II B 35 29Bye 1 63Scratch game: Chris Baer 204, Christy Horn 224Scratch series: Mike O’Neil 542, Christy Horn 633Handicap game: Shane Schmuck 226,
Published: January 12, 2016
Mountainside at Silvercreek B & C Unit 12 Timeshare 012120 & 100604; Mountainside at SilverCreek B & C Unit 100 Timeshare 012120 & 100604 – Oscar, Jean, Kristian, Kurt, Lance and Paul Hauer to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500Hideaway Junction Subdivision Filing No 1, Lot 3 – Winter Park Affordable Housing Corporation to JoAnna Goodman, $225,000Pine Beach Subdivision Lot
Published: January 12, 2016
What is your day like when working on your art?Painting outdoors in summer is as romantic and fun as people think. I take my dog, and a couple of peanut butter sandwiches. We walk in the woods until we find something great, and sit down and work. Bugs and hot sun aside, it is really cool. Studio work is less
Published: January 12, 2016
The East Grand School District is beginning their search for a new district superintendent.During the last Board of Education meeting held Jan. 5 the Board met with Mark Devoti, Assistant Executive Director of the Colorado Association of School Boards (CASB), to discuss East Grand’s options for finding a new superintendent. Devoti oversees CASB’s Superintendent Search program and outlined what the
Published: January 12, 2016
Locals enjoy Thursday night bingo on Jan. 7 at Beaver Village Lodge in Winter Park. Bingo is hosted by the Winter Park-Fraser Valley Rotary Club every Thursday through the end of the ski season and benefits a different local non-profit group each night.
Published: January 12, 2016
Published: January 12, 2016
A Fraser developer has said he’s ready to move forward with addressing the Fraser Valley’s housing shortage in the coming months.Clark Lipscomb came before the Fraser Board of Trustees at its Jan. 6 meeting to discuss Cornerstone Holdings LLC’s affordable housing plan. Cornerstone owns the Grand Park development near Fraser.Lipscomb told the board that fees, like those for sewer taps,
Published: January 12, 2016
A Denver surgeon will hold a talk titled “Mortality, Morality and Honor:The End-of-Life Paradigm” at the Fraser Library on Thursday, Jan. 14.Dr. Charles Hamlin, a part-time resident of Routt County, will follow the presentation with an interactive communtiy discussion.“Looking at our attitudes, hopes and fears, and taking into account the roles of medicine, law, government and spirituality, Hamlin hopes to
Published: January 12, 2016
Negotiations between the Town of Granby and the Conscience Bay Company of Boulder regarding the dormant Shorefox development north of Granby proper are at a standstill.Representatives from Conscience Bay met with the Granby Board of Trustees during the last meeting the Board held in 2015 to discuss particulars related to their proposed development of the Shorefox property located north of
Published: January 12, 2016
Published: January 12, 2016
Dory White leads the shoveling brigade to clean off snow on the tennis courts so the liner will lay flat on Jan. 10. Hot Sulphur Springs residents are volunteering to build an ice skating rink on the tennis courts in Town Park. Since the Town had no budget for the rink, volunteers secured a grant and bought the pieces needed.
Published: January 12, 2016
Letter of ThanksJoyful Givers and Grand Angels Thank YOU!!!Thanks to all Grand County residents, merchants, clubs, companies, churches and volunteers who participated in our 7th annual JOYFUL GIVERS/GRAND ANGELS Christmas project. This year, because of you, we were able to provide gifts of food, clothing and toys to 75 families and 195 children! It is quite humbling to look over
Published: January 13, 2016
To the Editor:Is corporate greed ruining ‘Colorado’s Favorite Ski Resort?’ In late fall Intrawest installed pay parking lots at the Vintage, Lot B, and Lot C at Winter Park after most skiers had purchased their season passes. There are still some free parking lots. North Bench, the only close-in parking lot fills up early with employees. Blue Spruce, Lone Tree,
Published: January 13, 2016
To the Editor:As a former volunteer social worker for Heart of the Mountains Hospice (HMH) and operator of its Facebook page, I received many inquiries regarding the recent media coverage due to HMH “closing its doors” suddenly and canceling Hospice services this past week. Some of the inquiries were from concerned professional medical health care providers, some were angry and
Published: January 13, 2016
To the Editor:I am a full time Grand County resident and enjoy reading the Sky-Hi. Your new year edition and specifically the 2015 Year in Review is troubling. I’m disappointed that the story of James Newberry has warranted three mentions including a mug shot for what was determined he is a criminal. It was of no surprise that your paper
Published: January 13, 2016
Just a short ways west of Granby there’s a place where the once mighty Colorado River cut a deep groove through the ancient rock walls that surround Middle Park.The small riparian valley that formed there over the eons funneled air currents from the surrounding mountaintops down into the valley. The pathway of the river formed a sort of channel for
Published: January 14, 2016
The Middle Park Fair and Rodeo Royalty volunteered their time at the National Western Stock Show in Denver on Sunday, Jan. 10 to promote the 100th Middle Park Fair & Rodeo in August. Pictured, left to right, Meghan Cameron, Kremmling, Queen, Madison DeCicco, Granby, Attendant, Cheyenne Jacobs, Grand Lake, Princess.
Published: January 14, 2016
The East Grand School District (EGSD) Board of Education is one member short following the recent resignation of Board member Chip Besse.Besse resigned from his position on the Board of Education on Jan. 4 citing “professional and personal” reasons, according to East Grand Superintendent Jody Mimmack, Ph.D. Besse was initially appointed to the Board of Education in 2011 and has
Published: January 14, 2016
Published: January 14, 2016
This middle park fishing report is brought to you by “Fishing with Bernie”. Please be careful on new ice and check it as you go. Fishing is best early in the morning for rainbows cruising the shorelines. Fishing the inside cups and the backs of bays have been working. Last week we caught lake trout anywhere from 4’- 80 deep.
Published: January 14, 2016
In the aftermath of Grand County’s 2016 budget process, some local non-profits found their county funding cut drastically.Mind Springs Health, Grand County Historical Association and Headwaters Trails Alliance all saw their funding cut.Mind Springs, which received around $29,000 from the county last year, will receive no money in 2016.The organization, which operates across Colorado, used county funding for its free
Published: January 14, 2016
The Denver Foundation has announced a $525,000 grant to implement a mental health navigator program in Grand County, according to the Grand County Rural Health Network.GCRHN Executive Director Jen Fanning said her organization applied for the grant last year along with partners Middle Park Medical Center, Mind Springs Health and Grand County.“We’re just so excited,” Fanning said. “I can’t believe
Published: January 14, 2016
Two current Fraser board members have tossed their hats in the ring for mayor. Mayor Peggy Smith has confirmed she will seek re-election, while Mayor Pro-Tem Philip Vandernail has announced his candidacy for mayor.Smith, who is completing her first term as mayor, previously served for two years as a trustee. She’s also served on the planning commission. Vandernail, who announced
Published: January 14, 2016
Published: January 14, 2016
Granby Town Trustee and local business owner David Lockwood has announced his plans to run for the position of Mayor of Granby. Granby will hold municipal elections on Tuesday April 5. Lockwood announced his plan to run for mayor on Monday Jan. 11. Granby’s current Mayor Jynnifer Pierro announced her intention not to seek reelection on Jan. 5. After Pierro’s
Published: January 14, 2016
The Middle Park High School Nordic racers and coaches Travis Fuqua and Sarai Reed traveled to Frisco for their first race of the season on Saturday, January 9. Temperatures were cold but the snow conditions were great. The boys had a great showing in the 5k skate with the team placing 4th out of 13 teams. Logan Miyauchi finished first
Published: January 14, 2016
East Grand Middle School (EGMS) Nordic skiers put in a good showing Saturday at the Frisco Gold Rush Colorado High School Athletic Association middle school races. Both the boys and girls skied a fast, 3-K course in cold conditions. For the boys, 8th grader Sebastian Brower took second place overall out of 79 competitors, skiing the course in 10 minutes,
Published: January 14, 2016
Published: January 14, 2016
On Jan. 23 Devil’s Thumb Ranch will host the third annual Stagecoach Classic Nordic ski race. The Stagecoach is a “point-to-point” race which starts at Devil’s Thumb Ranch in Tabernash and finishes at Hideaway Park in Winter Park. The course is spectator friendly as it loops back through Devil’s Thumb several times before continuing to Winter Park. Brian Seppala has
Published: January 14, 2016
Published: January 14, 2016
Connor MacLaird is headed to court next week.MacLaird, 20, is the suspect in the burglary of the Snooty Coyote Liquor Store in Tabernash; an incident that occurred during the early morning hours of September 15, 2015. MacLaird will have his first court appearance related to that incident next week when he goes before District Court Judge Mary Hoak for an
Published: January 14, 2016
A Winter Park snowboarder has taken first place in a slope style competition at Vail Mountain Resort.Max Williams, 15, was the top finisher in the USASA slope style competition’s 14-15 age group on Jan. 9.“It feels nice,” Williams said. “I’ve been in training for a while, and it just feels nice when everything starts to pay off. It was cool.”The
Published: January 14, 2016
Readers who enjoy James Bond movies, who enjoy reading the spy novels of John le Carré, Graham Greene, Ian Fleming, et al, will love The Outsider: My Life in Intrigue, the autobiography of, arguably, the greatest spy novelist of all time: Frederick Forsythe -- the author of The Day of the Jackal (1971).Those reading Forsythe’s novel about Charles de Gaulle
Published: January 14, 2016
One of the recently emerging themes of the current political season is calling opponents liars. It is beginning to look like an elementary school yard brawl. How does a rational voter sort this out?Here is the danger. The dedicated partisans of one side often believe their favorite candidate’s lies are true, even if facts reveal otherwise. Worse is how those
Published: January 14, 2016
Published: January 15, 2016
The West Grand Community Educational Foundation is hosting its 3rd Annual Grand County Has Talent Show at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 29 at the West Grand High School Auditorium.Numerous local talented artists are signing up to bring an evening of entertainment to warm the hearts and souls of the audience. As in past years, there will be celebrity judges
Published: January 15, 2016
Many residents and visitors choose to come to Grand County due to the variety of year-round sports that are available. Biking in the summer and alpine skiing in the winter are considered the top of the list for most. There are numerous other winter sports to enjoy outdoors when the snow is falling if alpine skiing is not for you.National
Published: January 15, 2016
The snow is great everywhere in Grand County. There’s no better time to get out, learn a new winter sport and enjoy your local trails. Take a lesson at one of the Nordic areas to learn the basics then get outside. We have some of the best snow in the country and world class touring centers right here in Grand
Published: January 15, 2016
I didn’t buy a Powerball because the odds are about the same as licking your elbow. It looks like there are at least three big winners but that leaves the rest of the nation more than two billion dollars poorer. How does that help make America great again? And worse, do you really think Lotto and Powerball are honest? Despite
Published: January 15, 2016
As of this week, Winter Park Resort has all seven of its terrain parks open and the Superpipe. Open parks: Starter, Bouncer, Gangway, Railyard, Superpipe, Ash Cat, Rerailer and Dark TerritoryThese shots were both taken in Lower Railyard. (Riders/skiers unknown.)Cindy Kleh
Published: January 16, 2016
Based on the investigation of the Rio Blanco County Sheriff’s Office and Coroner’s Office, and with evidence and identification found on the airplane crash scene, the victim has been identified as 62 year-old William Ray Hiler of Tabernash. According to the release Hiler was seen fueling his plane in Provo, Utah and was the only one seen by a witnesses.
Published: January 18, 2016
Top finishers from the Middle Park High School alpine ski race, Slalom, on Jan. 14 at Winter Park Resort: Girls:Emma Enebo placed 2nd, Laine Nabhan placed 12th Sarah Bausano placed 22nd Ryleigh Sutcliffe placed 24th Boys: Cole Riccio placed 2nd. Kyle Ciccarelli placed 16th Luke Compell placed 24th This week the team is in Eldora and next week back in
Published: January 19, 2016
Winter Park Ranch 4th Filing, Lot S88 – Solar Land Trust to Sharon Scarbro, $440,000Moose Run Sub & Outright Exemption Lot 5 – Christina Johnson to Gerald and Faythe Freese, $104,000SEC 28 TWP 1S R 78W Partial Legal – See Document/Includes Easements – Volt Asset Holdings NPL3, Caliber Home Loans Inc to Sharon Bower, $450,000Aspen Meadows Condominiums Unit 204 –
Published: January 19, 2016
Middle Park Medical Center (MPMC) hosted a community event on Friday, Jan. 15 to celebrate the USDA loan that will allow for the Hospital District to acquire the existing leasehold interest in its facilities from the Facilities Corporation and pay off existing bondholders.The loan was initiated last year when Janice Pond, Director of Community Programs with the USDA was approached
Published: January 19, 2016
Connor MacLaird, suspect in the Snooty Coyote Liquor Store burglary, made his first court appearance in Grand County on Tuesday, Jan. 19.MacLaird appeared before District Court Judge Mary Hoak for arraignment proceedings along with his Public Defender Chris Hamsher and Deputy District Attorney Kathryn Brown. Also present in the courtroom gallery was Grand County Sheriff Brett Schroetlin.Public Defender Hamsher immediately
Published: January 19, 2016
Grand County law enforcement agencies held a Community Night event Jan. 13 and 14 at the Granby Town Hall where county residents were offered an opportunity to experience a firearms training simulator.Dozens of people from throughout the County attended the event and tried their hand at the simulator. Representatives from each of the four local law enforcement agencies in Grand
Published: January 19, 2016
Excerpts from the Middle Park Times Friday, January 21, 1916An announcement of the Winter Carnival on February 21-22 read in part; “The interest in Winter Carnivals has become state wide. Grand County started it. The Carnivals have been held annually at Hot Sulphur Springs and every Carnival has been crowded with good, clean, invigorating sport and is open to all
Published: January 19, 2016
Fraser Valley Elementary is asking for help to win a contest that brings children’s book author, Jan Brett, to their school. The school that has the most parents, teachers, friends, or supporters who enter the contest will win a free visit from Brett during the 2016-2017 school year. Anyone can enter the contest and designate Fraser Valley Elementary as the
Published: January 19, 2016
Published: January 19, 2016
The Grand County Commissioners, Merrit Linke, Kris Manguso, and Jane Tollett have released an update to communicate what is happening in the county as they move through a transition period with a new commissioner. Crises can create opportunities or dead ends, depending on how we view them. In the midst of working our way out, it is easy to get
Published: January 19, 2016
In New Hampshire, if you get lost or injured in the backcountry you will more than likely be charged for the expense of your rescue if you are deemed to be negligent or reckless by authorities. You could be negligent for something as simple as getting caught out after dark without a flashlight or going for a hike when the
Published: January 19, 2016
Every spring high schools throughout the nation begin looking to commencement ceremonies when graduating seniors are formally honored for the accomplishment of completing their secondary education.While high school graduation is a watershed moment for anyone who receives a diploma many schools traditionally recognize outstanding student academics. Typically this recognition comes in the form of valedictorian or salutatorian honors for the
Published: January 19, 2016
Letter of ThanksOn behalf of Grand County Pet Pals, the Grand County Animal Shelter and Max’s Full Belly Deli (Grand County’s only food bank for pets), I would like to give a very heartfelt thank you to City Market and Safeway for allowing us to hold our annual Pet Food Drive and Animal Shelter’s toys,treats and litter Drive on Dec.
Published: January 19, 2016
Letter of Thanks,As the coordinator of the Angel Tree at Cooper Creek Square, I was reminded of what the holidays are all about – giving from the heart to those in need! The Angel Tree is in its fifteenth year helping local children. Each Angel card represents a Grand County child from a family struggling financially and challenged to provide
Published: January 19, 2016
Few places on earth offer more easily accessible natural beauty than Grand County. From Berthoud Pass to Gore Canyon, from the gates of Rocky Mountain National Park to the mesas surrounding Wolford Mountain Reservoir, Grand County provides a proverbial cornucopia of scenic imagery.The members of Grand County’s Alpenglow Camera Club know all about the breathtaking beauty and incredible natural wonders
Published: January 19, 2016
Fraser Affordable HousingWe can probably all agree that affordable rental units in the Fraser/Winter Park area are scarce. Demand for rental housing has driven prices out of reach for many who work in the service industry at our hotels, restaurants, and the ski area. Agreements between the Town of Fraser and Cornerstone Holdings have always contained ‘attainable (affordable) housing’ requirements
Published: January 19, 2016
Published: January 19, 2016
For generations, families from across Grand County and the Front Range have made a tradition out of Christmas tree hunting in the mountains west of Denver. A trip to the Sulphur Ranger District offers a memorable holiday experience. Combined with any of Grand County’s activities and events, visitors can make a full-day or even a full-weekend event out of holiday
Published: November 27, 2015
Published: November 25, 2015
Kick off your holiday season at the Fraser River Valley Lions Club’s 12th annual Festival of Trees, held 4-8 p.m. Friday Dec. 4 at the Grand Park Community Recreation Center in Fraser Admission is always free and there’s something fun for everyone. This year’s Festival will showcase more trees and wreaths than ever before, with 24 trees, 6 wreaths, and
Published: November 27, 2015
Two marijuana entrepreneurs held an open house Friday Jan. 15 at a building around three miles south of Grand Lake where they hope to open their doors.MMK Limited has applied for a retail marijuana license from Grand County, though a hearing date hasn’t been set. Kevin Speier of MMK Limited said the open house was meant to introduce the business
Published: January 19, 2016
Back door, unethical politics is alive and well on the Granby Town Council!What am I talking about? The Granby Town Council was given the unfortunate task of filling the trustee position that was left absent by the sudden passing of Charlie LaBrake. It was the first item on the agenda for the January 12 town meeting. To my surprise, it
Published: January 20, 2016
EAGLE COUNTY — Skiing is king in the Vail Valley — always has been. But will it always be so? Winter sports will probably always dominate the Vail Valley’s economy. Despite years of effort, the town of Vail collects about 70 percent of its annual sales taxes during the ski season. That could change in the future, and perhaps the
Published: January 20, 2016
EAGLE-VAIL — A new recreational marijuana shop, High Country Healing, has opened on the “Green Mile” along U.S. Highway 6. The shop will hold a grand opening celebration Jan. 22 with food, live music and specials throughout the store. Together with a local development company, the shop is next to the Route 6 Café in Eagle-Vail. “Since our recent opening,
Published: January 20, 2016
Back door, unethical politics is alive and well on the Granby Town Council!What am I talking about? The Granby Town Council was given the unfortunate task of filling the trustee position that was left absent by the sudden passing of Charlie LaBrake. It was the first item on the agenda for the January 12 town meeting. To my surprise, it
Published: January 20, 2016
Published: January 20, 2016
When choosing an exercise to include in your program design one of the most important components, out the ten observational essentials, is to determine what the body’s position will be during the exercise and this is particularly critical when training with free weights in order to position the body opposite of gravitational forces. Therefore, this week, follow these tips for
Published: January 21, 2016
Five years ago, I moved to the Fraser Valley with one simple goal in mind: snowboard as much as humanly possible. And while I’ve held true to this notion, I’ve also managed to confine myself to the lifts and trails of Winter Park Resort. Sure, I’ve logged some day trips to neighboring ski areas and even extended trips to neighboring
Published: January 21, 2016
Archery Underground, in Kremmling, is the only indoor archery range in Grand County. This indoor archery range has 12 shooting lanes with standard targets and 10 different 3D animal targets.Archery Underground started when two hunting buddies began scheming about a way to create a business doing what they loved. “There isn’t an archery range in the mountains,” said co-owner Jason
Published: January 21, 2016
Grab your goblets and don’t forget your thermals, Grand Lake’s annual Winter Carnival begins Saturday Jan. 23. This year’s theme is “A Royal Celebration: Crowns, Gowns and Castles too”.The festivities begin at 9:30 a.m. with Her Majesty’s Tea Pot Curling competition, held on the Grand Lake Town Ice Rink. There is a $5 entry fee per person participating in Tea
Published: January 21, 2016
Published: January 21, 2016
“Create something special, something you would be proud to share with your friends.” This is the wine making philosophy of Vico Bourassa. Vic got a late start as a winemaker after having lunch with none other than the godfather of California wine Robert Mondavi. Robert told Vic 50 isn’t too late to start.Vic’s focus in winemaking are the five Bordeaux
Published: January 21, 2016
The EGMS Nordic Ski Team traveled to Maloit Park in Minturn and competed in a 3K classic race on Saturday Jan. 16. The Cubs skied the steep windy course very well, as the girls took 2nd place overall and the boys finished in 3rd. Individual results for the girls:Sylvia Brower 10th, Maggie Barker 13th, Madeline Ruttenberg 19th, Ellen Osborne 20th,
Published: January 21, 2016
Last week, the U.S. Navy dispatched two of its fearsomely armed Riverine Command Boats (RCBs) to patrol between Kuwait and Bahrain. Somehow, the RCBs were seized by the Iranian Navy; the crewmembers arrested, and -- even though the U.S. and Iran are not technically at war -- treated as Prisoners of War (POWs). How could this happen?The Swedish-designed, U.S.- manufactured
Published: January 21, 2016
Trail riding is a favorite summer pastime in Grand County, with local resorts like Winter Park and Granby Ranch offering miles of lift serviced single-track options. Our local National Forest and BLM land also offer a profusion of trails to explore and enjoy. One region of Grand County though is decidedly off-limits to bicycling, Rocky Mountain National Park (RMNP).Bicycling enthusiasts
Published: January 21, 2016
At a recent Nordic competition in Craftsbury, Vt, Joy Rondeau, a Granby resident, was asked by the U.S. Nordic Paralympic coaches to join their World Cup team and travel to their next event in Finsterau, Germany in February. According to Mark Birdseye, Nordic Coach for National Sport for the Disabled (NSCD), “The U.S. coaches were very impressed with Joy’s performance.”Joy
Published: January 21, 2016
Pancho & Lefty’s, a favorite spot in Grand Lake for Karaoke fans, has amped things up a notch. Along with regular live music on the weekends, the popular Grand Lake venue has now added a weekly open mic event, with host musician Brian Garcia. Soft spoken, yet overflowing with intense musical energy, Garcia raves about their new offering in town
Published: January 21, 2016
This Middle Park fishing report is brought to you by “Fishing with Bernie”. Fishing is best early in the morning for rainbows cruising the shorelines, browns can be caught until late morning with Clam tungsten jigs and wax worms. Fishing the inside cups and the backs of bays have been working. Lake trout are eagerly biting small jigs tipped with
Published: January 21, 2016
Nordic skiing is a beloved pastime for many who call the high county home. For most folks in the Granby area that means traveling over the often times dangerous mountain roads to places like Snow Mountain Ranch, Devil’s Thumb Ranch or the Grand Lake Nordic Center.Now community residents have a new option when it comes to making tracks in the
Published: January 21, 2016
John McCandish King left this world for a better place on January 13, 2016. Our Dad, John McCandish King, was a true Horatio Alger story of limited means to riches with global success as the first Legend of the Rocky Mountain Oil and Gas business. Dad was Chairman and CEO of public oil company King Resources Company with global exploration
Published: January 21, 2016
Middle Park High School Nordic traveled to Minturn on Saturday, Jan. 16 for a 5K Classic race. The course was two tough loops in cold, windy weather, but the kids did great!The boys moved up to 3rd out of 13 for their team finish. Logan Miyauchi was the first MPHS boy to come in with a 6th place finish in
Published: January 21, 2016
The author Thomas Wolfe is generally credited with coining the term “The Me” generation. More recently, if your birthdate falls between 1936 and 1959, you are referred to as a proud member of the Baby Boomer generation. Ours was the generation that coined the phrase “never trust anyone over thirty” and gave rise and success to Seinfeld, ostensibly a television
Published: January 21, 2016
The presidential race will be decided more than ever by the middle. The way it appears in January 2016, the likely outcome of the presidential general election will be decided by the middle. A large number of Democrats, independents, and Republicans will have to choose between either extremes or settle for the least extreme. The middle, while shrinking in the
Published: January 21, 2016
The Poulenc Trio is one of the world’s most active touring piano-wind ensembles. The Trio’s members are from Russia, Turkey and the US. playing the bassoon, oboe and piano. Since they last performed in Grand County in 2013, they commissioned two new pieces that will be part of Friday night’s program. According to Bryan Young, bassoonist for the Trio, discovering
Published: January 21, 2016
Come on O.J.! Couldn’t you manage just one more comeback?Football career aside, Fox Television and FX Productions have teamed up to re-hash the 20-year old O.J. Simpson murder trial. There were those who thought he stabbed his wife and her boyfriend. Others believed it was the One-Armed Man. The jury decided beyond reasonable doubt that Justice truly is blind when
Published: January 21, 2016
Edward W. Gilroy of Granby passed away on Christmas night due to complications from an accidental fall, he was 79. He is survived by his two daughters, Kathy Constanza (New Jersey) and Debra Rennick (Arizona), his son-in-law Michael L. Constanza, his three grandsons, Kyle Edward Constanza, Joseph Robert Rennick, and Colin Michael Constanza, his niece Stephanie Klumpp and nephew Robert
Published: January 21, 2016
Visitors to Winter Park Resort who use the AT&T network will be able to take selfies and post videos and photos immediately to social media with the new deployment of DAS (Distributed Antenna System). Now more than ever visitors to ski resorts expect not only great snow and customer service but cellular phone coverage to keep in touch with their
Published: January 21, 2016
I have a problem: I sign up for races then train for them. I know I should train first then sign up but it’s more fun this way.Since I want to do it all: nordic ski, alpine ski, telemark ski, trail run, swim and bike, I need to sign up for races to stay motivated and in shape. I don’t
Published: January 22, 2016
Published: January 23, 2016
Tim Daniel of Granby will be on the ice Friday morning along with two sons and grandson. “This contest is my chance to have all my sons and grandson with me,” said Daniel. “They come up on Thursday night and I make rib eyes and my white tail helper [chili]. We talk about this event all year.” The biggest thing
Published: January 26, 2016
The Town of Granby has a new Trustee.During a recent Granby Board of Trustees meeting the board appointed community resident Paul Robertson to fill a seat on the board vacated with the recent passing of Trustee Charlie LaBrake. LaBrake passed away suddenly over the New Year’s Weekend.“Charlie was a longstanding member of the Town Board and will be missed,” Robertson
Published: January 26, 2016
The Hot Sulphur Springs/Parshall Fire Protection District has a new Fire Chief.The Board of Directors for the HSS/PFPD recently named Tom Baumgarten as the new Fire Chief for the District. Baumgarten took over interim Fire Chief duties on Jan. 1, 2016 after the official departure of the departments most recent Fire Chief Brad White on Dec. 31.“I’m really excited and
Published: January 26, 2016
The Grand County Rural Health Network is hosting a community meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 27 at the Granby Community Center. According to Jen Fanning, Executive Director of the Grand County Rural Health Network the meeting will include an outline of the current landscape of health and human services.During the meeting representatives from health and human services in the
Published: January 26, 2016
Some recent conversations with successful business folks revolved around the managerial requirement to be able to separate “problems” from “symptoms of problems.” The gist of these conversations, unfortunately, was that tremendous amounts of time, money, and effort are misguidedly devoted to addressing symptoms while the real root cause goes unaddressed. The medical example of treating the sniffles while ignoring the
Published: January 26, 2016
My Spare Lady 1/13/16OMG 42 18Incredibowls 40.5 19.5Lucky Charms 35 25Just Us 32 28Girls in the Gutter 30 30Strike Me A Spare 29.5 30.5Who Gives A Split 21 39Dolls with Balls 10 50Scratch game: Teena Lorenz 219Scratch series: Kathy Burke 579Handicap game: Cindy Thompson 236Handicap series: Marlynn Mulder 660HRBL 1/17/16AMTV 46.5 21.5Baer Ass’d 43 25II B 39 293 Horns & A Schmuck 38 30The Hoovers 36.5 31.5Bye 1 67Scratch game: Chris Baer 247, Franc de Vos 202Scratch series: Chris Baer 718, Franc de Vos 517Handicap game: Chris Baer
Published: January 26, 2016

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