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Polis selected to Vice Chair for the Steering and Policy Committee

December 4, 2016 — Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) released the following statement regarding the announcement that Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and the House Democratic Caucus Steering and Policy Committee approved his appointment as Vice Chair. “I’m honored to begin serving as Vice Chair for the Steering and Policy Committee,” […]

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New airport sign in Granby

December 4, 2016 — The new Airport Museum Wayfinding sign at the corner of 6th and Agate in historic downtown Granby underwritten by Rotary members.

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Snow guns blazing

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Steamboat Springs successfully recruits winter bus drivers as other ski towns struggle

December 2, 2016 — A team of seasonal bus drivers who hail from at least 11 different states are ready to start shuttling thousands of residents and visitors around Steamboat Springs this winter. But some other Colorado ski resort towns aren’t so lucky this year. The Summit Daily News […]

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Festival of Trees

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To the west

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Wright: Unleashing the champion within You!

December 2, 2016 — The time is today! The time for what? Unleashing the champion within you! We all have a champion within our DNA in some way, shape, fashion or form. What is important is to recognize that a champion lies inside and secondarily, how to unleash that […]

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de Vos: This college flunks

December 2, 2016 — How odd it is to believe in “one man – one vote” for every single elected official except the most important one, our very own president. More than two million Americans voted for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump but that didn’t matter. For the fifth […]

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Orientation Express

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Lending a hand

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Devil’s Thumb Ranch, a complete resort

December 1, 2016 — Nestled in the shadow of the Continental Divide near Tabernash, Devil’s Thumb Ranch has over 6,000 acres of sweeping meadows and meandering creeks. Devil’s Thumb Ranch is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. Since 1938, cowboys, poets, ranchers, city folk and Nordic skiers have escaped to Devil’s […]

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Meadow Creek Reservoir drained

December 1, 2016 — This has been a big year for Meadow Creek Reservoir. Earlier this fall officials from Denver Water announced plans to drain Meadow Creek Reservoir, located in the shadow of the Continental Divide north-northeast of Fraser and Winter Park and accessed via Grand County Road 84. […]

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Fraser considers withdrawing from Chamber

December 1, 2016 — The Fraser Town council has not yet approved their 2017 budget, but there are potential changes that have been discussed for the town to move in a different direction. In an effort to make their own businesses priority, the Town Council discussed possible intensions to […]

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spirit of the season

December 1, 2016 — December is now upon us and for most Americans that means the countdown to Christmas, and all its annual traditions, has begun. Aside from the very important and obvious religious significance of Christmas the day is largely defined, like most holidays, by the traditions of […]

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Chef’s Cup this weekend

December 1, 2016 — This weekend residents of Grand County and guests will have a unique opportunity to taste many local restaurants under one roof. The thirty fourth annual Chef’s Cup will take place on Saturday, December 3 at 7p.m. at the West Portal Station at Winter Park Resort. […]

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Sanders: Fat bike in Winter Park, head out Vasquez Road

December 1, 2016 — Our weather went from summer to winter as quickly as turning on a light switch. We’re all itching to ski but we’ll need just a bit more snow before your favorite runs have enough snow. In the mean time there is still plenty of biking […]

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BLM to discuss oil and gas lease sale, Environmental Assessment

December 1, 2016 — The BLM released their environmental assessment on May 2017 oil and gas lease parcels last month. The Preliminary Environmental Assessment (EA) for the May 11, 2017 Competitive Oil & Gas Lease Sale is available to read online by clicking on this link: http://www.blm.gov/sites/blm.gov/files/uploads/Energy-Oil_Gas-Leasing-Colorado-5.17-EA_0.pdf The entire […]

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Party on The Lift

December 1, 2016 — A party was held at The Peak in Winter Park to celebrate the new Lift transit system and buses. The event brought in around 50-60 people with others that happened to be at the bar joining in the celebration. There were two buses parked outside […]

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For the love of music, Brad Pregeant directs local students

December 1, 2016 — Music is powerful. Its ability to evoke emotion is unparalleled and there are few mediums through which such complex ideas can be expressed as quickly or concisely. For most who would claim to “love” music it is more than a hobby or pastime, it is […]

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How the lift is paid for

December 1, 2016 — The towns of Winter Park and Fraser are still in the process of developing a way to divide the costs of transit expenditures for 2016. The transit system is still developing, and it is not as easy as splitting the costs straight down the middle. […]

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