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Grand County Trails: National Public Lands Day needs your help

When planning for National Public Lands Day, agencies try to make sure they have projects for all skill and interest levels.Diana Lynn Rau / courtesy photo “There is strength in unity… when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved. “ This quote from Mattie Stephanek was used …

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Trail Builders Lead the Way for Exciting Nature Hikes |

You don’t see them when you walk through the leaves on your hike. You won’t see them as you weave your way through an inviting crevice between two boulders to discover what lies beyond. Don’t look for them when pedaling towards a perfectly placed berm or you could fall off …

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Trail East developer abandons downtown effort

Trail East project developer Uptown Normal has pulled out of the deal. Bush Construction tells the city now is not the time to move forward. The move comes two months after city council granted Bush’s demands to rework the design of the mixed-use structure to four instead of five stories …

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Wine’n on the Chisholm Trail

DUNCAN, Oklahoma (KAUZ) – Our pride tour of Duncan’s hometown kicks off Tuesday with the Wine’n on the Chisholm Trail festival. It is a wine festival that celebrated a long history of cowboys, all of those who trekked the Oklahoma trails to raise cattle from Texas to Kansas in the …

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Bill to Congress would complete the Continental Divide Trail

WASHINGTON (KDVR) – With over 160 miles of its route unfinished, the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail has never been completed, forcing hikers to use roads to connect to the next part of the trail. The Continental Divide Trail Completion Act – introduced by U.S. Representative Joe Neguse, D-Boulder, to …

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