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While the 2013-14 Colorado ski season officially kicked off at 8:30 a.m. Sunday at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area, for the man who refers to himself only as Nate Dogggg (that’s right, four G’s), it started much earlier than that. Arapahoe Basin ushers in strong opening to ski season

All it took was a sweet tooth for the Colorado mountains to bring one new pair of dentists to town. Bryan Hilton and Corry Marcincin, who are married, bought the Summit Dental Group practice in Dillon in July after completing an extra year of residency in Denver. New owners sink teeth into Summit Dental Group in Dillon

“Steven, Steven, Steven, Steven,” the crowd chanted, whooping cheers echoing across the stadium. Down on the football field, Summit High School senior Steven Kennedy grinned and waved to the crowd on a chilly Friday evening. Summit High School crowns homecoming king with Down syndrome

At 4:15 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 5, a Summit County Sheriff’s Office deputy was traveling eastbound on Little Beaver Trail in Dillon when a blue Volkswagen Jetta drove by in the westbound lane. Behind the wheel was a 22-year-old Summit County man this particular deputy knew to have a suspended driver’s license. Summit County police blotter: Habitual traffic offender nabbed by sheriff’s office

As Summit County prepares for the upcoming ski season, I wanted to share my experience at Arapahoe Basin from last spring. Let me start by saying I have been a snowboard instructor in Summit County for 8 years, and absolutely love it. Barry: Embarassment at Arapahoe Basin Ski Area

One of the best things about the Great American Beer Festival, aside from having more than 2,800 beers in one place, is that you can try brews that you might not be able to taste anywhere else outside taprooms or homebrewers’ kitchens. Denver's Great American Beer Festival poured more than 2,800 brews — we pick the best of the bunch

Breckenridge Ski Resort is building momentum for opening day by planning a variety of activities in the week leading up to the big event, including a new scavenger hunt that will have snow enthusiasts scouring the state to win prizes. Breckenridge Ski Resort gears up for opening day of a Peak 6-centric season

Summit County Clerk Kathleen Neel said she is living out her worst nightmare. The county’s top elections official announced Tuesday that a “misunderstanding” with the county’s Denver-based printer resulted in voters in Breckenridge, Blue River, Dillon, Silverthorne and Copper Mountain receiving the wrong ballots for the November election. 7,000 Summit County voters received the wrong ballots, clerk says

The last undeveloped piece of highway frontage in Frisco has been sold for $2.3 million to a retail developer. The prime commercial site, known as the “Christmas Tree Lot,” is a 2.2-acre property located within the Summit Boulevard Overlay District and the Lakepoint PUD. In Frisco, last piece of undeveloped land near Interstate 70 sells for $2.3 million

A hotly contested path in Silverthorne is complete and on Thursday town officials will host a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the completion of Segment 5 of the Blue River Trail. Silverthorne celebrates new Blue River Trail segment


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