Brian Ray

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Email: bray@steamboatpilot.com Call: 970-871-4201

Brian Ray is a December graduate of the University of Texas. He did internships at the Temple (Texas) Daily Telegram and Key West (Florida) Magazine before joining the Pilot & Today staff in February 2007. He also has done freelance work for USA Today, the Dallas Morning News, New York Post, Houston Chronicle,
Icon Sports Media, and various other publications.

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Man caught after police chase

State Patrol estimates speed reached 120 mph on Colo. 131

A Denver man is in custody with minor injuries after leading the Colorado State Patrol on a high-speed chase Friday south of Steamboat Springs.

Man in custody after high-speed chase

State Patrol estimates top speed at 120 on Colo. Highway 131

A man is in custody after leading the Colorado State Patrol on a high-speed chase Friday south of Steamboat Springs.

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Durango Planning Director Greg Hoch says he felt "political pressure" from city officials to approve the 681-acre Three Springs development in 2004.

Tim Zink, of the Three Springs development in Durango, uses a model of the site to explain its new urbanism planning style, which is designed to reduce off-site car trips with pedestrian-friendly features, parks, commercial districts and other features.

Durango senior planner Tim McHarg says the city's Three Spring development, annexed in 2004, got a significant boost from a new hospital and commercial district that already were on the site and spurred the community's growth.

Tim Zink, general manager of the 681-acre Three Springs development that was annexed into Durango in 2004, talks about the annexation process in a conference room on the site April 10. "We basically had to prove our case that this was going to be a good thing for the city of Durango," he said.

Tim Zink, general manager for the 681-acre Three Springs development in Durango, talks about the site April 10. "It took us a long time to get gas, water and other improvements installed," he said. "You don't understand the amount of money that's underneath this dirt."

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