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In the heart of the Rockies, Telluride is a year-round playground for outdoor enthusiasts and adventure seekers. And, with its convenient location just a short drive from Denver, it’s the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

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“Pull my finger.”-Andy Finch
Elks Park has dried up, turned green and tempted the slack liners back from the desert for weekly attempts at breaking the rules of balance. Mr. Wilder Wilson toes the line. Photo by Ben Knight
Top Story Sunday, April 23, 2006

County buys new voting system

By Katie Klingsporn

San Miguel County’s days of oldfangled, pencil pushing, counting-machine elections are over.

The County Commissioners approved the purchase of a new electronic voting system on Wednesday – one with all of the bells and whistles that make it compliant with federal law.

This system will do away with the paper ballot system that San Miguel County has historically employed to conduct elections, and at the same time will bring the county in compliance with the Help Americans Vote Act (HAVA), which was passed in the wake of the disorderly and disputed 2000 presidential election. HAVA aims to avoid election debacles by phasing out old systems that may be confusing or insecure, and it applies to every county in the nation.

Top Stories

BLM to protect Gunnison sage-grouse

Just after the Gunnison sage-grouse was left off the Endangered Species List last week, the Bureau of Land Management announced that the intent to protect the bird still exists, though some say that may not be enough to save the species.


5K Run for Shelter race kicks off trail running season

Saturday, April 29, Run For Shelter hits the trails of Montrose


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Family Features

Secrets of Great Grillers
Perfect grill marks – those deliciously seared-in cross-hatches – give food a delectable and professional “tah-dah!” appearance. If you haven’t been getting good grill marks, you’ve probably been fighting the “my-food-sticks-to-the grill” battle. You need better strategies for better results.


Feel the Heat
Ever wonder why countries notorious for their hot weather are also often known for their spicy food? From India and Mexico to Thailand and Morocco, you’ll find dishes seasoned with curry, cumin, coriander, chilies and garlic.

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