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The 9Health Fair in Granby held on Saturday, April 30 was very successful, said Ray Jennings, EMS/OEM Chief of Grand County EMS Station 1. The Rotary Club of Granby coordinated all the non-medical volunteers and EMS coordinated all the medical volunteers. All services were free except blood work and colon screenings. This year 433 citizens in Grand County came to
Published: May 3, 2016
Published: May 2, 2016
Springtime is here and what does that mean? Backcountry skiing! Who says it’s time to put away your skis just yet? Colorado mountain weather is unpredictable, and snow in May is always a possibility (There’s a storm rolling in as we speak), so why not get some last-minute runs before it all melts off?[iframe width=”640” height=”360” src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/Y5n-AzQYNxw” frameborder=”0” allowfullscreen></iframe]Birth of
Published: May 2, 2016
The Bessie Minor Swift Foundation awarded three Grand County organizations grant money for programs that promote literacy, reading and writing skills as well as programs that focus on the arts, languages and sciences: Fraser Valley Metropolitan Recreation District, The Friends of Grand County Library, Inc. and Grand County Historical Association This year, applications were of exceptional quality and more than
Published: May 2, 2016
King and Queen, Prince and Princess were crowned Saturday night at the Fraser Recreation Center for the Middle Park High School Prom.
Published: April 30, 2016
The Denver Broncos took their draft show on the road to Winter Park Resort where they made four selections at the base of Mary Jane. Adding to the ambiance was a signature Winter Park snow storm, with eight inches of fresh snow falling throughout the day.
Published: April 30, 2016
A pronghorn buck escorts his harem through the fields of the Shorefox property near Granby, Thursday, April 21.
Published: April 29, 2016
By the time our children are in elementary school, it is appropriate to begin considering teaching them, from this early age, how to properly lift, run, sprint and how to safely and effectively utilize exercise equipment. Now that does not mean that we necessarily encourage those under the age of 13 years to be “lifting” in the traditional sense with
Published: April 29, 2016
On May 9, 13 employees of Snow Mountain Ranch – YMCA will graduate from the TREK Program. For the past eight months, they have worked in various departments at Snow Mountain Ranch, as well as completed studies and service related to this Christian Gap Year program. It was specifically designed for youth ages 18-24 who want to take an extra
Published: April 29, 2016
The Indian Peaks Charter School (IPCS) transfer to Colorado’s Charter School Institute (CSI) is moving forward as negotiations between Indian Peaks, CSI and the East Grand School District (EGSD) continue to develop.Indian Peaks is working to finalize negotiations between the school and the EGSD for several types of services and is preparing a five-year budget plan for submission to the
Published: April 29, 2016
The Grand County Board of Commissioners has unanimously approved a contentious, extant on-site trash and recycling facility in Elk Park in the Winter Park Highlands neighborhood.A disagreement erupted between the Winter Park Highlands Association, a voluntary HOA, and some homeowners who felt that the proposed facility negatively affected their property values.The site includes four dumpsters, two for trash and two
Published: April 29, 2016
Winter Park Tennis Club Condo Unit 114 – Heinz Engel and Narmore Margaret Engel to Heinz Engel Trust and Margaret Engel Trust, $500Winter Park Lodge II Bldg G, Unit 102, Garage 2 – Robert Woodbury to Jacques Thomas, $180,000Ridge Estates No 2, Unit 7 – Tammy and Keith Eatough Jr to Jeffrey and Molly Lipke, $545,000Inn at SilverCreek PH II
Published: April 29, 2016
Donald Trump will be a candidate for president, whether he is the GOP nominee or runs as an independent and Bernie Sanders is unintentionally helping him by continuing his personalized attacks against Hillary Clinton. In so doing Sanders is helping the Democratic party blow a great opportunity to put a Democrat in the White House and would scotch any chance
Published: April 29, 2016
The Shop Off food drive begins at 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 4 at the Fraser Safeway. This fun competition is open to community groups that would like to participate in the fun while helping the Mountain Family Center. The food drive is a competition to see who can collect the most food in a designated amount of time. Teams consist
Published: April 29, 2016
Ask anyone who has dealt with funding streams from the federal government for a little while and they will tell you that calling the system “complex” is an understatement.The federal government provides funding to towns, cities, counties and states through a myriad of direct funding streams, grant programs, supplementary budget measures and emergency aid. The amount of funding received can
Published: April 29, 2016
Once upon a time (you can tell this column will be an allegory), just before the Battle of Agincourt (1415 A.D.), the English King Henry V decided to look in on the 2016 battle for the American presidency. Accompanied by Generals Gloucester, Bedford, Exeter, Westmoreland (no, not that Westmoreland), and Salisbury, King Henry was told tales of Queen Hillary, the
Published: April 29, 2016
Published: April 29, 2016
“The people who gave us golf and called it a game are the same people who gave us bag pipes and called it music” - AnonReduced to basics, golfers whack a ball with a stick until they die, a narrative perpetuated by golfers who wouldn’t be caught dead in plaid golf shorts. Playing a different U.S. golf course daily, it
Published: April 29, 2016
Published: April 29, 2016
Advance planning. Advance directives. Living wills. These terms tend to raise a lot of questions: How are they different? Which one do I need? Why do I need it? The latter question, while difficult, is the most important. It begins the process to help ensure our wishes for medical care will be respected if we cannot make those decisions for
Published: April 28, 2016
Three locations in Grand County will allow residents to clean out their medicine cabinet and get rid of old drugs. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 30 residents can drop off drugs for safe disposal at the Kremmling Mercantile, Granby City Market and Fraser Safeway. Items not accepted include needles, sharps, mercury thermometers, oxygen containers, chemotherapy/radioactive substances, pressurized
Published: April 28, 2016
Grand County Office of Emergency Management in coordination with the Northwest Region Incident Management Team will be conducting a 2-day emergency response training exercise. Residents of Grand County may see heavier than normal emergency response activity throughout the county on May 5 and 6. For this exercise, a scenario is presented to participating agencies and they respond as they would
Published: April 28, 2016
Published: April 28, 2016
Attention parents and parents-to-be. Grand Beginnings will be partnering with local organizations to give families the chance to learn about the many resources available to them within the county. Enjoy some free food, giveaway items such as baby clothes, baskets and blankets. The event will be held Tuesday , May 3rd starting at 1 p.m. and will end at 6
Published: April 28, 2016
Name: Mary WardAge: 41Town: I’m from Kilkenny, Ireland but have lived in Fraser for the past 1 1/2 years. Next Event: McKee Classic Bike Tour 100km May 22. Favourite bike route: In Colorado: Deer Creek Canyon. In Ireland: The Sally Gap, Wicklow & The Ring of Kerry. Most beautiful cycle I’ve ever done Nice Ironman.Athlete/Outdoor Person of the Week is
Published: April 28, 2016
Communities are, at their core, little more than an amalgamation of hundreds or thousands of individual interactions between citizens.The tone and content of those interactions are largely what defines communities. We generally refer to those types of citizen interactions, in either formal or informal settings, as the foundation of the civic process. But civilized society is not a naturally occurring
Published: April 28, 2016
I know you are just waiting for the trails to open up. Spring is slowly coming but just a bit slower than we would like. Now is a great time to get your bike tuned up for beginning of the riding season. Often we put the bike away and forget the little things that need to be done. Then we
Published: April 28, 2016
Two members of the Grand County Board of Commissioners say their direction to the county attorney regarding the revaluation of Henderson Mine and Mill at the end of their April 19 meeting did not indicate that they were seeking to abrogate their original decision on the matter.During that board meeting, citizen Peter Ralph raised concerns including that the revaluation was
Published: April 28, 2016
The NFL Draft is coming to Winter Park Resort, as the Denver Broncos will make their day three selections live from the base of Mary Jane on Saturday, April 30 beginning at 10 a.m. Helping to make the picks will be former quarterback Jake Plummer, Miles the Mascot, members of the Broncos Cheerleaders, as well as University of Colorado alum
Published: April 28, 2016
Snow Mountain Ranch will celebrate the YMCA of the USA’s annual tradition of Healthy Kids Day by dedicating April 30 to Grand County locals and their families. Events are free from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. including Kids Story Time & Yoga, Plant a Seed, the NSCD Parkour Obstacle Course, Human Hungry Hungry Hippos, and Mini-Golf. Local sponsors include the
Published: April 28, 2016
Middle Park High School graduate, Nik Seemann, has just finished up his first season as a member of the U.S. Freestyle Aerial Ski Team, and so far, it’s been quite a ride. A quadruple-twisting triple backflip (AKA “The Daddy”) helped shoot the teenager into the national spotlight with first place in the 2015 Junior National Aerial Championships (he also won
Published: April 28, 2016
Reflecting on its first season with paid parking lots, a spokesman for Winter Park Resort said the new program was a success.Winter Park Resort started charging for parking in the Vintage Lot, Lot B and Lot C starting in November 2015.“I think once people got used to it they enjoyed the convenience,” Hurlbert said. “I would say it was definitely
Published: April 28, 2016
In a previous column, I suggested a different understanding of the political spectrum. I defined extremists by how far they departed from our Constitution. I believe most Americans want the same things, but most of them make choices based on little or no information, or based on misinformation provided by people with an agenda of greed. I would like to
Published: April 28, 2016
Grand County Concert SeriesThe 2016 Grand County Concert Series (GCCS) has come to an end and we have so many to thank for its success. The Grand Foundation, The Towns of Winter Park and Fraser, McConnell Design and Printing, Safeway, Ace Fraser Valley Hardware, Grand Mountain Bank, Melem, Nelson Public Relations, Bill’s Auto, and Alpine Classic Music, who have supported
Published: April 27, 2016
Come listen to the BOCC meetingCitizens of Grand County, please listen to the April 19 BOCC meeting concerning the Freeport/Henderson Vote. It was brought to the attention of the BOCC of the illigal and unethical ramifications resulting from the Freeport Vote. By voting on the three-yearr tax, not only does Grand County cheats itself out of millions in tax revenue
Published: April 27, 2016
Thank you Kacey BeresOn April 21, Jubilee Events and Grand Futures Prevention Coalition hosted the Harlem Ambassadors professional comedy basketball team for a night of high-flying slam dunks, hilarious comedy, and feel-good family entertainment. The Harlem Ambassadors would like to extend a special thank you to event organizer Kacey Beres who planned and promoted the event. The Grand County Blazers
Published: April 27, 2016
Published: April 27, 2016
Thank you vendor and participants for children’s fairGrand Beginnings would like to send a big thank you to all of the vendors and participants who helped make our 15th Annual Children’s Fair a huge success! We had over 400 children and families attend and enjoy tons of great STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) activities provided by 30 different
Published: April 27, 2016
Connor MacLaird heads back to court this Friday. MacLaird, suspect in the Snooty Coyote Liquor Store burglary case, is scheduled to appear in District Court before Judge Mary Hoak in the Routt County Courthouse in Steamboat Springs on Friday April 29 at 1 p.m. While in custody for his ongoing case MacLaird is being held in the Routt County Jail.
Published: April 27, 2016
Good food and a silent auction with tons of offerings and socializing are all part of the annual Granby Play Days Preschool fundraiser dinner set to start at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 28 at Maverick’s in Granby. A portion of all dinner proceeds will go to the operations of the preschool, located in the little red schoolhouse at First and
Published: April 26, 2016
Published: April 26, 2016
The Granby 9Health Fair takes place from 7:30 - 11:30 a.m. April 30 at Granby Elementary School. This year’s Granby 9Health Fair is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Granby with generous assistance and coordination from Grand County EMS. Drug disposal will be offered at this year’s 9Health Fair in Granby. Anyone with prescription medications that have been sitting around
Published: April 26, 2016
“THE TIMES office received a very pleasant call this week from Mrs. F. W. Wessel of Fraser. The roads are open in every direction this week, and the boys with the motor cars are all rarin’ to go. Mr. Thomas Arkell, who has purchased the Ferguson ranch on Ranch Creek, was a pleasant caller at THE TIMES office Tuesday of
Published: April 26, 2016
A seldom-used but vital resource for search and rescue teams in Colorado is the High-Altitude Army Air National Guard Aviation Training Site (HAATS) located at the Eagle County Airport. Helicopter pilots from around the world are trained “at the Graduate Level” for high altitude operations. In addition to the pilot training, they offer ground technician hoist training. Grand County Search
Published: April 26, 2016
The Grand County Republican and Democratic parties are partnering to organize a debate series for county commissioner candidates.The series, titled Grand Bipartisan Debates 2016, will see candidates from both sides of the political spectrum answer questions solicited from the public ahead of time.Grand County Republican Party Chair Carl Wood said the idea to start a debate series was born from
Published: April 26, 2016
The Colorado Rockies are a unique environment where the rugged individualism embodied by many who call the high country home is immediately juxtaposed against a backdrop of communal ownership of land in the form of national forests, national parks and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) rangeland. Soon citizens of Grand County will have a chance to directly influence management of
Published: April 26, 2016
A nationally wanted fugitive, Kyle Engen, was apprehended in Granby last Thursday evening, April 21, following an operation conducted by the Middle Park Emergency Response Team (MPERT) and several Marshals with the US Marshals Service.The incident occurred around 5 p.m. Thursday evening at the corner of Topaz Ave. and Mesa Street in Granby, directly north of the Granby Elementary School
Published: April 26, 2016
The Colorado Transportation Commission has approved a $1.5 million grant to reinstate passenger rail service from Denver to Winter Park Resort.In a press release, U.S. Senator Michael Bennet applauded the Colorado Transportation Commission’s approval of a $1.5 million grant to reinstate passenger rail service from Denver to Winter Park Resort. Earlier this week, Bennet sent a letter to the Commission
Published: April 21, 2016
A structure fire in the Winter Park Highlands area sent Grand County fire crews scrambling early Saturday morning, April 23, as firefighters worked to contain the blaze.According to officials from the East Grand Fire Protection District the conflagration was sparked some time around 1 a.m. Saturday morning and occurred in a home located on County Road 859 in the Winter
Published: April 25, 2016
Pets for adoption at the Grand County Animal Shelter in Granby.
Published: April 23, 2016
A bicyclist enjoys a beautiful morning ride along US Highway 40. “Nothing compares to the simple pleasure of a bike ride.” John F. Kennedy
Published: April 23, 2016
Lots of us are getting pretty eager to get out on the trails. Although the last blessing of Mother Nature’s powder has delayed the opening of the trails soon the warmth of the sun overcome winters stronghold. If you haven’t already then you will pull out the bike only to find last year’s mud clinging to all of those hard
Published: April 22, 2016
Published: April 22, 2016
Published: April 22, 2016
On April 22 Grand Elk Golf Club opened for the 2016 season. The first golfers were Grand Elk Members Nate Burns, and his son Connor and daughter Emry.Grand Elk will have 9 holes open each day for the next week or so (weather permitting). The course is still quite wet, so it’s walking only for now. The grass is just
Published: April 22, 2016
Grand County is a place of unparalleled beauty but as anyone who has lived here very long will tell you there are several elements of civic life our region is lacking in terms of services.There is a relative dearth of mental health providers in the region and surprisingly only one single foster home in the entire county, which means that
Published: April 22, 2016
I was out drilling a couple holes for our next spot when I heard a shout. Setting the auger down, sprinting over to Scott that was obviously fixated on his Vexilar FL-20. The fish was doing his best to figure out if the jig was real or fake. Scott was doing his best to fool the fish. Scott would try
Published: April 22, 2016
The Sulphur Ranger District of the Arapaho National Forests is seeking volunteers to help staff the office visitor center and assist customers with their recreational questions.An volunteer information meeting is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 27 at the Sulphur Ranger Station at 9 Ten Mile Drive, Granby.At the meeting Forest Service employees will orient potential volunteers to the district
Published: April 22, 2016
Lion’s Gate Pines Lodge Interval Owners Association has installed over 40 unique photographs from award-winning Colorado photographer Robert Meyers-Lussier. The photographs will be placed into thematic groupings in the common areas throughout the building. Photos taken represent Meyers-Lussier’s work with botanicals and landscapes from locations in and around Winter Park. “Winter Park and areas surrounding have been an inspiration for
Published: April 22, 2016
While it may not be the most suitable place to store a bicycle, the corner of my living room has somehow become the winter home for my collection of two-wheeled friends. They sit there patiently and largely unnoticed; the handlebars becoming makeshift clotheslines utilized for hanging winter coats and drying out boot liners. But the other day, as the sun
Published: April 22, 2016
The 3rd Annual East Grand School District Art show is happening now through May 22 at the Granby Library’s community room. Organizers are asking the public to come in and view the art work and vote for your favorite piece. Anyone with an iPad or Smartphone can scan the QR code on the wall at the community room and for
Published: April 22, 2016
Published: April 22, 2016
If there is one driving characteristic of this chaotic primary season common to both the GOP and Democrats, it is a revolt by those left behind in our slow, steady, but uneven economic recovery from the Great Recession. Growing and persistent income inequality is a concern of every candidate surviving the primaries and caucuses except one: Ted Cruz, whose flat
Published: April 21, 2016
The Grand County Board of Commissioners says it will seek to abrogate its recent tax revaluation of Henderson Mine and Mill after hearing a citizen’s concerns on the matter.Peter Ralph raised a number of concerns with mine owner Freeport-McMoRan’s request for a revaluation, chiefly that it didn’t do so in time, at the board’s Tuesday, April 19 meeting.In March, the
Published: April 21, 2016
The Third Annual High Noon Duel went off like a bang in the Rail Yard at Winter Park Resort last Saturday, April 16. There were fewer teams this year due to a massive spring blizzard that prevented some of the Front Range teams from getting up to the competition, but the stoke was just as high. The High Noon Duel
Published: April 21, 2016
Tuesday evening’s Grand County Library District meeting was a lot of things – somber, tense and, at times, painful to watch.Fettered by a revenue stream crippled by depressed property values, the bitter taste of a failed 2013 attempt at a mill levy still lingering on its tongue, the district is once again contending with another massive financial setback that’s out
Published: April 21, 2016
Grand County is known for an abundance of natural wonders such as high mountain peaks and beautiful river valleys. Among our most prized assets is our wildlife that brings both beauty and economic vitality to many areas of the high Rockies.Every year thousands of hunters from throughout the state and nation ascend the mountain passes to the high country in
Published: April 21, 2016
It’s an understatement to say Tony Rosacci is excited. The musician is “super-stoked” about debut, self-titled album “Tone and the Vibe,” and so am I. It has a great sound, and the project encompasses the contributions of more than a dozen other Grand County residents.“It has been the greatest experience,” Rosacci beams. “It’s been a lot of fun. There’s probably
Published: April 21, 2016
Group exercise class programs, regardless of setting, usually apply accepted etiquette guidelines to permit the classes to flow safely, effectively and to be thoroughly enjoyable. The etiquette guidelines allow the instructor/trainer to conduct the classes in an organized fashion so that each and every participant receives an excellent workout.When a client is new to group exercise, the staff of the
Published: April 21, 2016
The World’s Greatest Swordsman was being interviewed. The skeptical host asked for a demonstration, so the swordsman pointed at a fly buzzing around the ceiling. After a blur of motion too fast for the eye, he sheathed his sword. The host stared up at the fly, circling overhead, “It’s still there.”“Yes,” said the swordsman with a twirl of his mustache,
Published: April 21, 2016
The Granby Recreation Dept. hosted soccer games last week. The results are:Litzer 6 over Real Fraser FC 3Mud Flingers 6 over Lions 2Regios 5 over Gallos 2League StandingsLitzer 1 - 0Mud Flingers 1 – 0Regios 1 – 0Real Fraser FC 0 – 1Lions 0 – 1Gallos 0 – 1
Published: April 21, 2016
Middle Park Medical Center- Kremmling Campus is the Kremmling Area Chamber of Commerce Business of the Month for April.“Being selected as the the Business of the Month from the Kremmling Chamber of Commerce is a huge honor, not just for the Kremmling facility, but for all of our locations and employees,” said Jason Bryan, Chief Human Resources Officer for Middle
Published: April 21, 2016
This particular column does not support any particular Republican presidential candidate. What this column does is demonstrate how the Major Media mislead the American public when it contends that no one in Colorado got to vote for the 34 “unbound” delegates who will attend the GOP national convention in July.Here is what actually happened: We voted with our feet to
Published: April 21, 2016
The Middle Park lady panthers soccer team easily defeated the Bruce Randolph School grizzlies during Tuesday night’s soccer game held at Middle Park High School. So far this season the lady panthers are 5-2 overall and undefeated at home.
Published: April 20, 2016
Shawn and Tyler Scholl take advantage of great conditions on closing day at Snow Mountain Ranch.
Published: April 20, 2016
Every business has discernible cycles. Professional managers, once they discern the patterns, plan their activities and promotions, accordingly. In other words, they use their slow time to plan for their busy times. It’s no different for the myriad of service businesses here in Grand County. Our biggest difference is we have a name for our shoulder season—we fondly refer to
Published: April 20, 2016
Grand County has been inundated recently with heavy late spring snows, taking a bit of the unpleasant edge off of mud season. But despite the last throes of winter the April doldrums are in full swing.Throughout the county folks are looking forward to summer and all the joys offered by the high country’s warmer months. The trails and shores of
Published: April 20, 2016
Iron Horse Phase I Bldg J, Condo Unit 2309 – John Gehl to John Halpin, $285,000Douglass Minor Sub Block 2, Lots 11A,11B – David Hittson and Christina Whitmer to Lanette Mitchell, $174,000Grand Elk Ranch & Club Unit E3 Village at Horseshoe Creek – Rodney and Teresa Mellott to Joni Sugimura, $357,500Crooked Creek Complex Unit R9 – Susan Fields to Troy
Published: April 19, 2016
Thursday April 21:MPHS Girls Soccer play at Clear Creek at 4 p.m.Friday, April 22:MPHS Baseball plays at DSST Stapleton at 3 p.m.Saturday, April 23:MPHS Track meet at Dakota Ridge High School in LittletonMPHS Girls Soccer play at home against Lake County at 10 a.m.MPHS Baseball plays at home against Arrupe Jesuit at 1 p.m.
Published: April 19, 2016
Gail passed away peacefully on April 4, 2016 after a long illness. Gail or “Posie” as she was called by her family was a generous, kind and loving person. She had a beautiful soul and was a friend to almost everyone she met. She married the love of her life on August 21, 1987 and together they raised daughter Amanda
Published: April 19, 2016
Published: April 19, 2016
Ballot 1 signersThank you to the 209 people who signed my petition to get on the ballot as District 1 Commissioner. Your support and encouragement was uplifting. I would like to give a special hooray to the people who circulated petitions – every one of you contacted me and volunteered to do this. We made it! What a beautiful silver
Published: April 19, 2016
The Fraser Valley Lacrosse Club, which began this year to provide opportunities for boys and girls from Grand County to play lacrosse, has moved to the Granby Indoor Complex after beginning with clinics held at the Fraser Rec Center. Practices started on April 16 at Granby Indoor Complex.“Enthusiasm and support of the program has been great,” said John Niedzwiecki who
Published: April 19, 2016
The Grand County Board of Commissioners’ decision last month to change the tax valuation of the Henderson Mine and Mill took many by surprise.The board discussed the revaluation during an executive session at its March 15 meeting and approved the revaluation, from a five-year average of the mine’s production to a three-year average, during a special meeting the next day.Now,
Published: April 19, 2016
Jimmy Lahrman will retain his seat as mayor of Winter Park. The Winter Park Town Council made the decision during its April 18 meeting. Lahrman received 81 votes during the town’s April 5 election.Councilman Nick Kutrumbos will serve as mayor pro-tem, said Town Clerk Taryn Martin. The council decides which member will serve as mayor.Jim Myers, Mike Periolat and Chris
Published: April 19, 2016
The long awaited development of Northern Water’s Chimney Hollow Reservoir cleared one of the final two hurdles on the road to construction in late March when the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) released its 401 water quality certification for the project, generally referred to as the Windy Gap Firming Project (WGFP).The issuance of the 401 water quality
Published: April 19, 2016
The Town of Granby has formally entered into an agreement to purchase the 1,500-acre Shorefox property northwest of Granby proper.Town officials announced the move during the April 12, 2016 Granby Board of Trustees regular meeting and have since confirmed that Granby has entered a 45-day due diligence period, which ends on May 14. Until May 14 the Town of Granby
Published: April 19, 2016
Letter of Thanks I love the Fraser LibraryI know many of you love the library just as I do, for so many reasons. So much goes on there and it is such a GREAT resource for the community. You run into friends, you can participate in activities that take place there, some key community meetings happen at the library, not
Published: April 19, 2016
Colorado Parks and Wildlife will hold a women-only ‘Cast ‘n’ Blast’ seminar for novice sportswomen that are at least 18-years-old and would like to learn the basics of fly fishing and the proper use of shotguns in a comfortable setting. No experience or equipment is required. The one-day class will take place at 8:30 a.m. Sunday, June 12 in Kremmling.
Published: April 19, 2016
Congratulations to the winners of the Sky-Hi Graduation Edition Cover Artwork Competition! Amanda Debevec, a junior from Middle Park High School and Kassidy Ramirez, a senior from West Grand High School won a flat-screen TV donated by Michaels Audio in Winter Park. These talented ladies submitted artwork that will be published on the cover of the Sky-Hi Graduation Edition on
Published: April 19, 2016
Middle Park High School sports
Published: April 19, 2016
This Middle Park fishing report is brought to you by “Fishing with Bernie”. The ice fishing is very good for all species. PLEASE BE CAREFUL!! Lots of places will be opening up over the next week. Suckers will be moving to the backs of bays and inlets. The rainbows will be very close to the suckers. Worms on the bottom
Published: April 18, 2016
Gray Jays in Homestead Hills. Reader submitted photo by Jonathan Wilson.
Published: April 17, 2016
A Northern Flicker looks for ground insects in a rare bare spot after the spring snow storm covered greening grasses in Hot Sulphur Springs, Sunday, April 17.
Published: April 17, 2016
Mountain Family Center (MFC) has stepped out on Main Street in Granby with a new venture- a thrift store. In an effort to raise more money for its programs and services that assist low to moderate income households with rent, mortgage, utilities and groceries, MFC hopes that this non-profit thrift store will generate the necessary funds to help with the
Published: April 15, 2016
Katy Lois, health systems coordinator for Grand Beginnings and Julie Hines, a health educator for Grand County Public Health show Coral Rust, 14 months how to brush her teeth at the Grand Beginnings’ 15th Annual Children’s Fair at Granby Elementary School on April 15.
Published: April 15, 2016
The Grand County Blazers take on the Harlem Ambassadors in a comedy basketball show the whole family will enjoy.on Thursday, April 21. Merrit Linke, Grand County Commissioner, who played basketball for Middle Park High School and intramural in college will be playing on the Blazer’s teams. “We have a great hope of beating the Ambassadors as long as everyone on
Published: April 14, 2016
With more employees than the post office, Wal-Mart, IBM, McDonalds and Citigroup combined, the IRS costs us about $431 billion annually. All this money is spent to collect taxes according to rules, regulations and footnotes found in the 74,608 pages of the federal tax code. Tax-time temps get two weeks to go over all of them before being put on
Published: April 14, 2016
Every spring the Colorado River Water Conservation District organizes an informational “State of the River” meeting with speakers who give up-to-date information on snowpack figures, water supply forecasts and anticipated stream flows and conditions. Reservoir operators and climate professionals will forecast how much melted snow is expected to flow into Western Colorado reservoirs and the amounts and timing of water
Published: April 14, 2016
It’s Thursday afternoon and school has finished for the week in Grand County. Inside the Fraser Valley Library, tucked in the far corner of the children’s area, a child is curled up with a good book, reading to a dog. Read to a Dog—the program that pairs children with a specially trained therapy dog, Sophie Ann—is in session.Read to a
Published: April 14, 2016

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