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Fuller House awarded foreclosed home in Shadow Mountain

By their own admission, all three Moffat County commissioners vacillated on which county nonprofit would be handed the keys to a foreclosed home given to the commission by the mortgage holding bank earlier this year.

Wanted: Art auction donations

Members of the Rio Blanco County Historical Society were so excited by the success of last year's art and photography auction, they vowed to make it a part of the annual Fourth of July Range Call celebration.

Wrangling radio waves for marathon

Amateur radio association members take over communication

Becoming a "Ham" or amateur radio operator takes perseverance, skill, lots of study and a unique desire to communicate with sound.

White River Club's annual fish fry June 11

White fish caught in the White River breaded and deep-fat fried to perfection.

Reader Profile: Donald Lindley

Donald Lindley's life has changed in the past few years.

Trades program moves forward

A program introduced last year at Colorado Northwestern Community College to give students hands-on experience in the construction trades is moving forward.

Motorcycle enthusiast lives to ride

Trevor Simones is proud his motorcycle. Riding and owning a bike, is kind of in his blood. He comes from a line of what he calls "motorcycle nuts."

Quilting grows in popularity

Pioneer craft is a hobby and cause for Hands-On Quilters guild members

Cheryl Bush is a professional quilt-maker. Borders, bindings, patterns, and fabric are just some of the tools she uses for her craft.

An 'animal house' life

Kelly Wood moved to the region nearly five years ago from the California desert.

Passion for panning

Dreams of striking it rich in the gold fields fueled the exodus west in the 1800s and Colorado was a well-known hot spot. Gold prospecting shaped much of the region, and it still enthralls a number of fans in Northwest Colorado.

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