Oct 10, 2013
'Haunting in the Hills' at Eminence to go on despite shutdown
Despite the shutdown of national parks, The annual "Haunting in the Hills" at Eminence will go on as scheduled Saturday and Sunday -- but in a different location.
Hundreds gather to remember victims of rock slide
More than a thousand people gathered in a small Colorado mountain town Saturday to remember five members of the same family who were killed by a massive rock slide on a popular hiking trail.
The Summit Daily News
Chaffee County trail closed at least until spring after slide
A popular Colorado trail where a rock slide killed five members of the same family will remain closed at least until spring, the U.S. Forest Service said Wednesday.
Rock slide victims were from Colorado, Missouri
The Chaffee County Sheriff's Department said Tuesday the lone survivor, 13-year-old Gracie Johnson, was dug out by rescuers and taken by helicopter to a Denver hospital with a broken leg.
Douglas County Herald
Area Elementary Teachers Attend Environmental Education Summer Institute
Thirty-six area elementary school teachers recently attended an Early Elementary Environmental Education professional development summer institute at Missouri State University-West Plains to learn new hands-on projects they can use to teach students in kindergarten through fourth grade about environmental science.