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SUMMIT COUNTY – The free Summit Stage bus system will be equipped with bicycle racks beginning Friday.

“Our guests enjoy the convenience of taking their bicycle with them when traveling by Stage. We’re pleased to offer this service once again beginning April 18,” said Summit Stage Director Bill Watterson.

For safety reasons, bicycles may be loaded only during daylight hours. Tandems and bicycles with child carriers are not allowed.



Summit Stage big buses can carry four standard-size bicycles. The Stage’s new mini-buses can carry only two standard-sized bicycles. Racks are limited on a first-come, first-served basis. Bicycles are not allowed inside buses.

For questions and comments, call (970) 668-0999



Last night to catch “The Rules’ art exhibition

BRECKENRIDGE – Today is the last day to catch a glimpse of “The Rules,” an art exhibition by Joe Scherer including ceramic sculpture and thrown art. The exhibit is open from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m at the Speakeasy Theatre Gallery in Breckenridge. All pieces are for sale.

State patrol

seeking volunteers to help man offices

SUMMIT COUNTY – The local troop of the Colorado State Patrol is seeking volunteers to assist administrative staff and keep troopers out on the highways.

Capt. Ron Prater said he hopes to attract people young and old to help the state patrol with tasks from safety demonstrations to clerical work.

Prospective volunteers must complete applications and background checks. Prater said he’d like to attract individuals with varied professional and life experience. He also said he would consider interested students.

For more information, call the state patrol at (970) 668-3133, or stop by the troop offices above FirstBank on Highway 6 in Silverthorne.

– Daily News staff reports


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