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photo by Kim Cameron (L to R) Peter Foor, Robert “Mark” Smith and Glenn Gray outside of the Byron White United States Courthouse in Denver. Both Foor and Gray provided testimony on behalf of Smith.

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Robert “Mark” Smith, the owner of Eagle’s Nest Trailer Park on Highway 40, filed a civil suit against the Town of Kremmling in 2015...

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There are no shortage of difficulties that arise from living in Middle Park. Amongst them are waste disposal. As the local papers reported earlier,...

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I hope everybody is enjoying the beautiful Fall so far. Thank you to all that supported and/or attended the Roadkill Supper. I think we...

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The smoke from summer wildfires has served as a reminder to Coloradans that many forests remain unhealthy and fire-prone, and that the occurrence of...

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by Cameron Wood The Mustangs rocked the week with two more wins. On Monday, September 18, the JV team went over to Soroco and faced...

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For the last fifteen years, Monika Cary has been a mainstay volunteer at Kremmling’s Last Time ‘Round Thrift Shop, and because of her efforts,...

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by Ariell Trujillo The Kremmling Town Council and a committee formed to deal with the issues surrounding storage containers met on Wednesday, September 20. The...

photo by Kim Cameron Middle Park Meat Company will reopen on Monday, October 2. (L to R) Laree Howell, Mitch Lockhart and Harlan Land. Mitch Lockhart is the new owner and Laree Howell will manage the business.

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Kremmling will welcome the return of the Middle Park Meat Company on Monday, October 2. The business will open at 8:30 a.m. under the...

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by Faith Engel The students at West Grand Middle School visited the Pumphouse at CO River CR1 (Trough Rd,) and the Wolford Dam on September...

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by Tara Walker To officially walk around the world, Guinness World Records required that the journey be 14,000 miles while walking across at least 4...