Nick Foster

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4-Hers earn back-to-back wins

Like young NBA prospects, some members of Routt County 4-H are being recruited by the pros.

Boys to train with police

Mark Dunn and John Yager want interesting, adrenaline-pumping jobs.

Buff Pass lots offer 'increasingly rare' opportunity

Of six lots left near the top of Buffalo Pass, four 35-acre parcels are being offered for sale.

Rafting is good -- for now

Early runoff could mean short season for whitewater businesses

Early spring runoff is creating an excellent month for rafting, but it could mean a short season. The fun rapids are providing memorable experiences for rafters -- what few are around to enjoy them, said Kent Vertrees, owner of rafting company Buggywhips at Blue Sky West.

Lincoln overlay means weekday traffic delays

Downtown Lincoln Avenue will be restricted to two-lane traffic next week as it gets repaved.

4-Hers win judging event

Like young NBA basketball prospects, some members of Routt County 4-H are being recruited by the pros. Business people in the agriculture industry took notice of the Routt County 4-H Livestock Judging Team when it took first place out of 25 teams at the Weld County Livestock Judging Competition on Saturday.

CSAP scores earn state recognition

Hayden Elementary School third-graders have accomplished something unique to third-graders in the Yampa Valley.

Store offers antique, unique

New business carries home furnishings and collectibles

People who want to furnish their homes on a budget -- or find rare Perry Como records and antique tea sets -- now have a place to go in Hayden.

A moment in time

Second-graders build time capsules to open graduation day

Hayden Valley Elementary School second-graders know what they want to be when they grow up.

Anglers Retreat progressing

Subdivison on Fish Creek has been well received by buyers

In 2001, developers and engineers began investigating a way to build a subdivision that while inside city limits, felt like it was in the backcountry.

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