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April 20th, 2014

Keystone Resort wraps season, Breckenridge and Copper next

It may not have been the nicest of spring days but the Keystone Resort faithful still came out Sunday for one last shot at hitting the slopes. A handful of the more daring among them also suited up for Keystone’s fourth annual Slush Cup pond skimming contest. With costumes ranging from an adult-size Easter peep to a bathing-suit-clad lifeguard, participants shot down the slope above the Mountain House base area to launch off a kicker and attempt to cross a roughly 20-yard-long man-made pond. “This is always such a fun way to close out the season,” resort spokeswoman Laura Parquette … Read more

April 20th, 2014

Summit High School sports wrap-up

Summit High School sports will head into the home stretch following a spring break hiatus last week. The spring season will resume starting Monday, April 21, with the boys baseball team traveling to Battle Mountain. Track and Field: The Tigers track team will have the rest of this week off. They return to competition Tuesday, April 29, at Battle Mountain. The team will close the regular season with the Joe Shields Invitational Saturday, May 3, at West Grand High School. Baseball: The baseball team will resume their season with a game at Battle Mountain on Monday, April 21. The team … Read more

April 20th, 2014

Frisco, Whole Foods Market announce grand opening events

The town of Frisco and Whole Foods Market announced a partnership to host two community events prior to the store’s April 29 grand opening. The first event, scheduled from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, April 25, encompasses a free community concert featuring the ’80s band The Goonies, a clambake and farmers market-style tasting with as many as 20 local vendors at the Frisco Adventure Park, 621 Recreation Way. The culinary feast will be led by Whole Foods Market culinary coordinator, Dennis Horton, and will feature a giant clambake with boiling kettles of clam, corn on the cob, potatoes and Andouille … Read more

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