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The Daily Sentinel
Prep cross country results, Aug. 29, 2015 Warrior Invitational Saturday at Matchett Park Team Scores 1. Fruita Monum
Prep cross country results, Aug. 29, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted an hour ago
Warrior Invitational Saturday at Matchett Park Team Scores 1. Fruita Monument, 42; 2. Grand Junction, 45; 3. Palisade, 60; 4. Delta, 133; 5. Bayfield, 145; 6. Paonia, 167. No team score — Central,... Read more
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KATU Portland
Southern Oregon trail courses 79 miles through a wonderlandGLIDE, Ore. (AP) — Hike the entire length of the North Umpqua Trail, lovingly c
Southern Oregon trail courses 79 miles through a wonderland
KATU Portland / Posted 14 hours ago
GLIDE, Ore. (AP) — Hike the entire length of the North Umpqua Trail, lovingly called "the NUT" by some, and you could have traveled on foot across the widest part of Vermont. Sure, Vermont is only the 45th-largest of the 50 states, but the... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Hayley Hutto's arm, bat lift GJ past MontroseHayley Hutto’s arm, bat lift GJ past Montrose Sabra Lawson hit a two-run home
Hayley Hutto's arm, bat lift GJ past Montrose
The Daily Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Hayley Hutto’s arm, bat lift GJ past Montrose Sabra Lawson hit a two-run home run in Grand Junction High School’s five-run third inning to lead the Tigers to a 9-2 win over Montrose in a Southwestern League matchup Thursday. The Tigers’ big third... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Ueland mining operation, new road in hands of hearing examinerPORT ORCHARD — A gravel mining project at Ueland Tree Farm, and a new road to g
Ueland mining operation, new road in hands of hearing examiner
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 2 days ago
PORT ORCHARD — A gravel mining project at Ueland Tree Farm, and a new road to go with it, inched closer to county approval Thursday after a daylong hearing over its environmental impacts. Mark Mauren, of Ueland Tree Farm, told Kitsap County Hearing... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Craig Sports Briefs for Aug. 28, 2015: Co-ed volleyball registration openCraig Parks & Recreation’s fall co-ed volleyball season begins soon, with two l
Craig Sports Briefs for Aug. 28, 2015: Co-ed volleyball registration open
Craig Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
Craig Parks & Recreation’s fall co-ed volleyball season begins soon, with two leagues: competitive teams play Monday nights, semi-competitive Tuesdays. Sign-up is $200 per team and $20 per player, and the deadline to register is Sept. 4. Youth... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Diyarbakir: Turkey, but not as we know itTowards sun-down, discerning locals head down to a tea-house atmospherically lo
Diyarbakir: Turkey, but not as we know it
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Towards sun-down, discerning locals head down to a tea-house atmospherically located atop the restored Keçi Burnu (Goat’s Tower) to sip sweet black tea from tulip-shaped glasses and gaze down to the silty waters of the Tigris in the lush valley... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Basalt councilman and ex-wife agree to keep restraining orderAspen Daily News Staff Report Attorneys representing a Basalt town councilman
Basalt councilman and ex-wife agree to keep restraining order
Aspen Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Aspen Daily News Staff Report Attorneys representing a Basalt town councilman and his former spouse told an Aspen judge Wednesday that both sides have agreed to keep a temporary... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Jewish Community Center to house Aspen polling station in the November electionIn preparation for future renovation work at the Courthouse Plaza building, Pit
Jewish Community Center to house Aspen polling station in the November election
Aspen Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
In preparation for future renovation work at the Courthouse Plaza building, Pitkin County’s voter service and polling center is being relocated this year to the Jewish Community Center at 435 W. Main Street. Residents can register to vote, change... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Craig Sports Briefs for Aug. 26, 2015: Youth organizations starting fall Fifth Quarter eventsGrand Futures will host a special kickoff of the Fifth Quarter series at 6:30 p
Craig Sports Briefs for Aug. 26, 2015: Youth organizations starting fall Fifth Quarter events
Craig Daily Press / Posted 4 days ago
Grand Futures will host a special kickoff of the Fifth Quarter series at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at MCHS, 900 Finley Lane. Open to all high school and middle school ages in Craig and Hayden, the get-together is a free night of fun with a Slip ‘n Slide to... Read more
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PhysOrg
Debut of the global mix-masterThe Antarctic Circumpolar Current blocks the Southern Hemisphere equivalent of
Debut of the global mix-master
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
The Antarctic Circumpolar Current blocks the Southern Hemisphere equivalent of the Gulf Stream from delivering heat to Antarctica, Scher says. Credit: Image: adapted from Nature. Trekking across the high Canadian Arctic almost 20 years ago, Howie... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Local promotes idea of gondola linking Aspen to Snowmassby Madeleine Osberger, Aspen Daily News Staff Writer Proponent will attempt to
Local promotes idea of gondola linking Aspen to Snowmass
Aspen Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
by Madeleine Osberger, Aspen Daily News Staff Writer Proponent will attempt to raise support, funds for feasibility study Aspen Daily News Staff Writer It’s time to rethink gondolas as an... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
Kunak folks call for tunnel to be preserved Kunak: The underground tunnel at Mostyn Estate, near here, has its own histor
Kunak folks call for tunnel to be preserved
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 5 days ago
Kunak: The underground tunnel at Mostyn Estate, near here, has its own historical value and the locals are calling for the tunnel to be preserved by the authorities. The tunnel more commonly known as... Read more
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The Age
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destructionAs an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely forested Lord Howe Is
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destruction
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
As an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely forested Lord Howe Island takes some beating. The remnant of a now-extinct shield volcano, dating back 7 million years, the heavily eroded island is dominated by basalt peaks and surrounded... Read more
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iol.co.za
Rock art, rats and riversDurban - Devil’s Knuckles, Rhino Peak and Garden Castle are landmarks of the s
Rock art, rats and rivers
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
Durban - Devil’s Knuckles, Rhino Peak and Garden Castle are landmarks of the southern Drakensberg – the tip of the Dragon’s Tail although technically this basalt formation continues south to Ben Macdhui, near Rhodes. These mountains are big, we’re... Read more
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The Courier
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destructionBefore feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of y
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destruction
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
Before feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of years of virtual isolation from the rest of the world. Now these invaders need to be controlled, scientists say. As an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destructionBefore feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of y
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destruction
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 6 days ago
Before feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of years of virtual isolation from the rest of the world. Now these invaders need to be controlled, scientists say. As an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely... Read more
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The Young Witness
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destructionBefore feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of y
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destruction
The Young Witness / Posted 6 days ago
Before feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of years of virtual isolation from the rest of the world. Now these invaders need to be controlled, scientists say. As an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely... Read more
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Western Advocate
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destructionBefore feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of y
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destruction
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
Before feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of years of virtual isolation from the rest of the world. Now these invaders need to be controlled, scientists say. As an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destructionBefore feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of y
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destruction
Kiama Independent / Posted 6 days ago
Before feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of years of virtual isolation from the rest of the world. Now these invaders need to be controlled, scientists say. As an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely... Read more
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Manning River Times
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destructionBefore feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of y
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destruction
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
Before feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of years of virtual isolation from the rest of the world. Now these invaders need to be controlled, scientists say. As an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destructionBefore feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of y
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destruction
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 6 days ago
Before feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of years of virtual isolation from the rest of the world. Now these invaders need to be controlled, scientists say. As an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely... Read more
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The North West Star
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destructionBefore feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of y
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destruction
The North West Star / Posted 6 days ago
Before feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of years of virtual isolation from the rest of the world. Now these invaders need to be controlled, scientists say. As an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destructionBefore feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of y
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destruction
Daily Liberal / Posted 6 days ago
Before feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of years of virtual isolation from the rest of the world. Now these invaders need to be controlled, scientists say. As an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely... Read more
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The Border Mail
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destructionBefore feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of y
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destruction
The Border Mail / Posted 6 days ago
Before feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of years of virtual isolation from the rest of the world. Now these invaders need to be controlled, scientists say. As an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destructionBefore feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of y
Noisy tree frog sets a path to eco-destruction
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 6 days ago
Before feral species arrived, Australia's flora and fauna enjoyed millions of years of virtual isolation from the rest of the world. Now these invaders need to be controlled, scientists say. As an eco-tourism destination, crescent-shaped and finely... Read more
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The Courier
50 towns in 50 days: Meredith, more than goats and musicVIDEO: Two things have made Meredith famous across Australia: its music festiva
50 towns in 50 days: Meredith, more than goats and music
The Courier / Posted 7 days ago
VIDEO: Two things have made Meredith famous across Australia: its music festivals and its goat's cheese. But as primary school principal Doug Cations says, people are increasingly finding reasons to move there permanently. THERE is a real sense of... Read more
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Alberni Valley News
Farming sustainablyRhythmic thuds echo through the still July air as you approach the Leda Organic
Farming sustainably
Alberni Valley News / Posted 8 days ago
Rhythmic thuds echo through the still July air as you approach the Leda Organic Farm in Cherry Creek. It’s composting time for the Swann family and their group of volunteers and friends as they rhythmically scoop and drop what’s soon to become... Read more
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Irish Examiner
QUIRKY WORLD ... Thieves steal caps on 1,200 bottles — but leave the beer | Irish Examiner GERMANY: Police in western Germany are looking for thieves
QUIRKY WORLD ... Thieves steal caps on 1,200 bottles — but leave the beer
Irish Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
| Irish Examiner GERMANY: Police in western Germany are looking for thieves who broke into a shop... Read more
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Daily Mail
Did stone age humans invent church bells 15,000 years ago?Did Stone Age man invent 'church bells' 15,000 years ago? Ceremonial boulders w
Did stone age humans invent church bells 15,000 years ago?
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
Did Stone Age man invent 'church bells' 15,000 years ago? Ceremonial boulders were hit like 'gongs' to call the community to funerals Large stone mortars were found next to stone age grave sites in Israel Researchers believe these were pounded to... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Property owners sue Aspen lawyer over land dealLaw firm says plaintiffs were ‘solely responsible’ for analyzing parcel’s devel
Property owners sue Aspen lawyer over land deal
Aspen Daily News / Posted 8 days ago
Law firm says plaintiffs were ‘solely responsible’ for analyzing parcel’s development potential Two Texas entities that own midvalley property are suing an Aspen law firm and one of its attorneys, alleging that they overpaid $3 million for land they... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Sports Briefs, Aug. 20, 2015 College Baseball RMAC supervisor of baseball umpires Ross Barlow dead at 62
Sports Briefs, Aug. 20, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
College Baseball RMAC supervisor of baseball umpires Ross Barlow dead at 62 Ross Barlow, the RMAC supervisor of baseball umpires, died Monday after a short illness. Barlow, 62, umpired in the Junior College World... Read more
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The Columbian
Wapiki Lake, Lemei Rock trail a climb, but worth the effortTROUT LAKE — When hikers reach Wapiki Lake, often the first action is to open t
Wapiki Lake, Lemei Rock trail a climb, but worth the effort
The Columbian / Posted 9 days ago
TROUT LAKE — When hikers reach Wapiki Lake, often the first action is to open their pack and get out a jacket — even in summer. It can be 80 degrees, yet the swirling breeze — a regular occurrence at the 10-acre lake in Indian Heaven Wilderness —... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Aspen district still lacks permanent wildlife officer due to housing costsCPW hopes to hire trainee by December Local bears are loading up on calories d
Aspen district still lacks permanent wildlife officer due to housing costs
Aspen Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
CPW hopes to hire trainee by December Local bears are loading up on calories during a period called hyperphagia that precedes their long winter nap. But while the bruins are currently feasting on berries or whatever morsels they can get their paws... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Local firefighters aiding West’s fire battlesLocal firefighters are helping to battle a series of large wildfires burning in
Local firefighters aiding West’s fire battles
Aspen Daily News / Posted 9 days ago
Local firefighters are helping to battle a series of large wildfires burning in the Pacific Northwest, the same blazes causing the recent smoky haze over the Roaring Fork Valley. The 13 firefighters from Aspen, Snowmass, Basalt and Carbondale, along... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
2nd bear killed near home of woman jailed for feeding themWildlife officials say a second black bear was euthanized after it was caught l
2nd bear killed near home of woman jailed for feeding them
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 10 days ago
Wildlife officials say a second black bear was euthanized after it was caught looking for food at a Colorado Springs home where a woman is suspected of feeding some of the animals The Gazette reports that the 500-pound bear was captured Monday and... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Spectacular Gobbins walkway reopens after 60 years It is hoped the Gobbins will become a major attraction on the Co Antrim coast
Spectacular Gobbins walkway reopens after 60 years
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
It is hoped the Gobbins will become a major attraction on the Co Antrim coast A spectacular coastal walkway that was a tourist magnet in Edwardian times has reopened to the public after 60 years... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
The Gobbins - coastal path reopens to visitors after revampVideo: A dramatic cliff face walk in County Antrim that was built more than a
The Gobbins - coastal path reopens to visitors after revamp
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
Video: A dramatic cliff face walk in County Antrim that was built more than a century ago has reopened to the public after multi-million pound revamp. The Gobbins coastal path in... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
2nd bear killed near home of woman jailed for feeding themCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Wildlife officials say a second black bear was e
2nd bear killed near home of woman jailed for feeding them
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 10 days ago
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Wildlife officials say a second black bear was euthanized after it was caught looking for food at a Colorado Springs home where a woman is suspected of feeding some of the animals. The Gazette reports... Read more
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KMGH 7 Denver
2nd black bear killed near Colorado Springs home; woman jailed for feeding themCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Wildlife officials say a second black bear was euthan
2nd black bear killed near Colorado Springs home; woman jailed for feeding them
KMGH 7 Denver / Posted 10 days ago
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Wildlife officials say a second black bear was euthanized after it was caught looking for food at a Colorado Springs home where a woman is suspected of feeding some of the animals. The Gazette reports that the 500-pound... Read more
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Denver Post
2nd bear killed near home of woman jailed for feeding themCOLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Wildlife officials say a second black bear was e
2nd bear killed near home of woman jailed for feeding them
Denver Post / Posted 10 days ago
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — Wildlife officials say a second black bear was euthanized after it was caught looking for food at a Colorado Springs home where a woman is suspected of feeding some of the animals. The Gazette reports... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Ex-wife of Basalt councilman files for restraining orderAttorney denies shoving allegation A Basalt town councilman is due in court lat
Ex-wife of Basalt councilman files for restraining order
Aspen Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
Attorney denies shoving allegation A Basalt town councilman is due in court later this month after his former wife filed for a restraining order against him. Mark Kittle denies his ex-wife’s allegation that he shoved her during a quarrel in May,... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Prep golf results, Aug. 18, 2015 Wildcat Invitational Hosted by Fruita Monument High School Tuesday at The G
Prep golf results, Aug. 18, 2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 11 days ago
Wildcat Invitational Hosted by Fruita Monument High School Tuesday at The Golf Club at Redlands Mesa, par 72 Team Scores 1. Grand Junction, 226; 2. Steamboat Springs, 238; 3. Aspen, 241; 4. Montrose, 243; 5. Vail... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Hobart art museum has something to offend everyoneHOBART, Tasmania -- Multi-millionaire gambler and businessman David Walsh's Mus
Hobart art museum has something to offend everyone
Calgary Sun / Posted 11 days ago
HOBART, Tasmania -- Multi-millionaire gambler and businessman David Walsh's Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is the nearest thing to the lair of a Bond-movie super-villain ever likely to be open to the public. Opened in 2011, it occupies a privately... Read more
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Daily Mail
Photographer shares pictures of Burning Man's art in new bookSixteen years up in flames: Photographer shares his striking pictures of Burnin
Photographer shares pictures of Burning Man's art in new book
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Sixteen years up in flames: Photographer shares his striking pictures of Burning Man's ephemeral art in new book Every August, tens of thousands descent on Nevada's Black Rock desert to marvel at a sea of wooden sculptures, only to burn them all... Read more
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Top Gear Philippines
We drive the all-new Ford Everest on the dirt trails of Chiang Rai in ThailandThe delivery of the all-new Ford Everest to customers who pre-ordered it at its
We drive the all-new Ford Everest on the dirt trails of Chiang Rai in Thailand
Top Gear Philippines / Posted 11 days ago
The delivery of the all-new Ford Everest to customers who pre-ordered it at its local launch in May will begin in September. With only a month to go, the American carmaker hosted journalists from all over the ASEAN region to test-drive its newest... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Tiger Invitational results, Aug. 17,2015 Tiger Invitational Hosted by Grand Junction High School Monday at Bookcliff
Tiger Invitational results, Aug. 17,2015
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
Tiger Invitational Hosted by Grand Junction High School Monday at Bookcliff Country Club, par 71 Team Scores 1. Grand Junction, 224; 2. Steamboat Springs, 225; 3. Basalt, 230; 4. Fruita Monument, 231; 5.... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
A SIZZLING STARTFruita Monument’s Troy Dangler, right, grimaces as his putt on No. 17 doesn’t t
A SIZZLING START
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 12 days ago
Fruita Monument’s Troy Dangler, right, grimaces as his putt on No. 17 doesn’t turn into the cup Monday in the Tiger Invitational at Bookcliff Country Club. Dangler shot a 7-under-par 64 to win the first prep tournament of the year, with Grand... Read more
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Daily Mail
Was Sardinia home to Atlantis? Experts think so.Was Sardinia home to Atlantis? Comet triggered an enormous tidal wave that wipe
Was Sardinia home to Atlantis? Experts think so.
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
Was Sardinia home to Atlantis? Comet triggered an enormous tidal wave that wiped out ancient civilisation, experts claim Writer and Atlantis expert Sergio Frau says the southern end of Sardinia in the Mediterranean resembles an underwater... Read more
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Aspen Daily News
Real Estate Transactions Recorded 
August 3 - August 7, 2015Real Estate Transactions Recorded August 3 - August 7, 2015Aspen Daily News Sta
Real Estate Transactions Recorded 
August 3 - August 7, 2015
Aspen Daily News / Posted 12 days ago
Real Estate Transactions Recorded August 3 - August 7, 2015Aspen Daily News Staff Report Grantee: Steven E Follin and Linda W Rogers, Athens, GA Property: Southside PUD Lot 2 Phase III Grantee: John L Lamoureaux and Fongkeo Kaiyavong,... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Closing powerFielding uses experience when things get tight to wrap up RMO title Dusty Fiel
Closing power
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 13 days ago
Fielding uses experience when things get tight to wrap up RMO title Dusty Fielding sets up for his approach shot onto No. 18 on Sunday during the final round of the Rocky Mountain Open at Tiara Rado. Fielding won the pro division. Pat... Read more
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