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Photo: www.grandcommunitygardens.org With the weather warming up and temperatures this week in the 70s in Kremmling, spring is rounding the corner. The Grand County CSU...

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by Jeff Miller, Lake Skipper Ice is gone fisherman! The earliest on record! Get your rods ready for some shoreline fishing. Water level is 11...

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courtesy photo Robbie Oleson of Gypsum, CO snagged this 36 inch 40 pound Lake Trout on Williams Fork Reservoir on St. Patrick’s Day. Robbie reports...

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Jeannine Jones and her five-year old Border Collie, Rebel, recently won the Mountain Regional Intermediate Championship of the National Cattle Dog Association in Ogden,...

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photo by Kim Cameron Patty Shannon stands next to her jewelry display at the Gore Range Art Gallery.  by Hannah George Born and raised in Michigan,...

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Patty Schafer-Schultz shares the Denver Post articles that features her grandsons, Ponderosa sophomore. Cohl Schultz and Mountain Vista senior, Trent Schultz.  Both of Patty’s...

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The Colorado State Forest Service and Northwest Colorado District of the Bureau of Land Management have entered into an agreement to address beetle-killed timber...

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  DENVER – The Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO) Board awarded two grants totaling $218,876 on Thursday to Grand County projects. The Town of Hot Sulphur Springs...

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Kremmling Chamber wears many hats as it enters 2017 Shelly McManus, the Executive Director of the Kremmling Area Chamber of Commerce (KACOC), and her Executive...

The area along Park Street is starting to slough and the fear is that is can extend into Highway 40 at the east end of the canyon.

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Last spring, as Hot Sulphur Springs Mayor Bob McVay was taking his dog for a walk, he discovered that the river bank along Park...

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