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Keefe: Weekend fishing report

Local News - 5 hours 48 min ago
This Middle Park fishing report is brought to you by Fishing with Bernie. The water in Lake Granby is just starting to warm up which is making the fish even more aggressive. Browns are crushing crank baits along the shorelines during lowlight conditions. Rainbows are cruising the shorelines, baits and spoons are great choices. Lake trout will be starting their migration to the deeper water as the water warms up. Pike will be sluggish in the mornings but active in the shallows in the afternoons. …

Schubert: Albert Castiglia

Local News - 5 hours 48 min ago
Albert Castiglia grew up in Coral Gables, Florida, a suburb of Miami. It was his uncle who first introduced him to live music.“I was 12 years-old,” Castiglia said. “He taught me three chords on the guitar: G, D and C. You can play a million songs with those chords. He gave me a Bob Dylan songbook with chord charts in the back of the book.” He pauses, then laughs. “I think half of Dylan’s repertoire involves those chords.” Those three simple chords opened up a whole new world for young Albert. “It made me want to learn more about the …

Watch for cyclists this weekend

Local News - 6 hours 12 min ago
With spring weather comes the influx of bicyclists that Grand County is known for. With the influx, however, comes the reminder to motorists to be aware of bikes on the road. We are fortunate enough to live in a state where bikes are a main source of transportation, but this comes with duties of responsibility and awareness for both cyclists and drivers. The street sweepers are working hard to clear the sand and gravel off the shoulders of the road, but this is a time consuming project. Bikers must be aware that there will be many spots on the road …

Chris Cox prepares to leave Children’s Hospital

Local News - 7 hours 24 min ago
Senior year for high school students is a time of unprecedented excitement and possibility. It is a time when thoughts turn to the future and when parents and children alike indulge in the simple joy of optimism.For the Cox family of Grand County though the last eight months have been focused almost exclusively on the here and now and the life and death struggle young Christopher Cox has fought as he battled a rare disease called Idiopathic Acute Aplastic Anemia.The road has been long and difficult with heartbreaking setbacks and medical concerns that, for a time, only seemed to mount. …
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