Sep 24, 2012
People give cyclists a push
Welcome tail winds pushed the Pedal the Plains cyclists most of the way from Burlington to Yuma, mirroring the friendliness that greeted nearly 1,000 registered cyclists throughout the three-day tour.
Fort Francis Times
Stratton forces deciding game
It was a big-game performance on both the mound and at the plate by Guy Arpin. Arpin earned the win-and also belted a grand slam-as the Stratton Eagles came away with a dramatic 8-7 win over the Big Grassy Braves in the Rainy River District Fastball League final Tuesday night.
Lamar Daily News
McClave falls from state rankings
It was a very steady week for ranked teams in the small school division as nine of the 10 teams in last week's poll went through the week unbeaten.
Van crash killed sex offender,...
Colorado officials say the inmate who died in a rollover crash on Interstate 70 that also killed a prison officer had spent most of his life behind bars.Department of Corrections spokeswoman Katherine Sanguinetti says 57-year-old Andres Valdez died in the crash Monday near Genoa.
National Carousel Association comes full circle at Colorado landmarks
Ken Novakoff and his wife, Fran, of Absecon, N.J., with the National Carousel Association, hold hands while riding the carousel Friday at Elitch Gardens.