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Janet Sheridan: Why would anyone have a garage sale?

Like most newly hatched garage-sale addicts, after a summer spent buying second-hand goods on Saturday and questioning my sanity on Sunday, I decided to have a garage sale of my own. I convinced a group of friends to co-host a sale in my back yard; the ladies who nurtured my garage-sale mania, Shirley and Eileen, agreed to lend their wisdom to our cause.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Star Trek Beyond’ — Warp speed toward fun

It’s been 50 years since William Shatner first uttered the immortal words “to boldly go where no man has gone before.” While there have been many changes to the world both good and bad in that time, it’s comforting to know that a movie such as “Star Trek Beyond” can tap into that sense of wonder and discovery.

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Sarah Coleman: The power of Unbroken

I know, you people are sick of hearing CrossFit this and CrossFit that, however there are countless life lessons to be learned from the athletes, the volunteers and the fans almost any person can benefit from, no matter what their workout or passion of choice.

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Spoke Talk: On the bike, on the floor

As we pile on the miles, recover from a fantastic Tour de Steamboat or prep for the upcoming Steamboat Stinger, it’s important to remember to augment those miles with a few elementary exercises to complement your current program.

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Colorado Master Gardeners: Spreading dogbane — weed or wildflower?

In David Whiting’s “The Science of Gardening,” landscape weeds have many definitions, including: plants growing where they are unwanted, visually unattractive plants, plants that pose a health or safety hazard and plants that displace more desirable plants in the garden.

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Celestial News: Summer Triangle rides high

When the summer sun goes down, three of the first stars to peep through the lingering twilight are the bright stars that form the unmistakable asterism called the Summer Triangle.

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The Foundry: Core of individual authenticity

We already have all we need to live a life worth living, to feel connected to self and others, to be contented and fulfilled. Finding and reconnecting with our deepest longings and truest nature is easier than you might think.

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Monday Medical: Prep for athletics with a sports physical

Summer might still be in full swing, but the time to start thinking about sports physicals is now.

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Thoughtful Parenting: Executive function coaching a great resource

Find the power of motivation and change for a scattered brain with executive function coaching, a great resource for high school and college students or adults.

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Strings Music Festival: Things brass players enjoy

Last week, the pavilion was a celebration of brass instruments, so let me share with you a few things brass players enjoy.

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Book review: Book explores history, future of national parks

“The Hour of Land” was conceived as a celebration for the National Park Service centennial. Terry Tempest Williams gives readers a collection of poignant ideas, with photos as cutting and unpredictable as her poems, letters, emails and essays.

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The Bock’s Office: ‘Ghostbusters’ reboot is more of a reincarnation

A new version of a movie that’s been beloved for more than 30 years is rarely going to come along without people holding on to the memory of the original. In the case of “Ghostbusters,” referring to the update as being haunted by its predecessor seems most appropriate.

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Old cabins at Perry-Mansfield retain the spirit of 'the Ladies' who found the arts camp

Charlotte and Portia's spirits live on

Longtime Perry-Mansfield drama teacher senses the presence of "the Ladies" in vintage log cabins

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Community Agriculture Alliance: Tour de Steamboat benefits community

Besides being one of the most beautiful rides in Colorado, the Tour de Steamboat, set for July 23, is a large fundraising event supporting four local nonprofits. In 2015, the all-volunteer Tour de Steamboat collaborative effort raised more than $60,000 from registration fees and giveaways.

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Tales from the Tread: “Thrilling ride on snowshoes”

The Tread of Pioneers Museum received this article from Kathleen James, the editor of Skiing History, the bimonthly journal of the International Skiing History Association skiinghistory.org. ISHA is interested in learning more about this adventure story, which was allegedly written in 1890 by a Steamboat Springs resident who was pursued by a pack of ravenous wolves on Storm Mountain (Storm Peak) while skiing after dark.

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