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I ride Oak and Yampa, and stop at the stop signs.
It is the contractor's responsibility to have all lines located. Whoever cut the line should have a hefty fine imposed.
Too bad that two jerks had to ruin your day. Accept that they are the exception rather than the norm. I am always impressed with our plate registration office. Good job everyone!
And, how about removing the earbuds, so you can hear the bicyclist saying "on your left"? The headline says it, but the article only briefly mentions it: say hi to your fellow bicyclist and be friendly; don't be stealth. It is illegal to drive with earbuds, and bikes need to follow the same laws as drivers, so take out the earbuds and listen to the sandhill cranes, hawks, etc. Not having them also helps you hear vehicles.
How about: watering according to restrictions is the right thing to do.
People's sprinklers are still going off in the middle of the day, watering during rain, and creating water puddles on pavement. All a waste.
And will the fencing contractor be fined or have to pay for the repair?
Way to go, Logan!
"The ranch is a familiar sight to motorists and cyclists traveling Routt County Road 14 between Stagecoach and the intersection of Colorado Highway 131."
WHICH intersection of 14 with 131? This paper historically refers to both intersections with the same words, so unless you are familiar with the particular place, you don't know which one to which they are referring.
So two people complain, and she loses her job? Most employers would speak to the employee, and warn them that if things continue, then s/he will lose her/his job. What happened to proper protocol?
9:13 pm: Steamboat firefighters were called to help with a rollover crash near mile marker 17.
On what road?
Do the copy editors do anything?
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