Summit Daily’s top stories of the day |

Summit Daily’s top stories of the day

Pete Lynn estimates this school bus was built in 1960 before it was used from 1972 to 1980 by Keystone Resort to transport skiers. Lynn parked the bus in Montezuma while he lived in the tiny town southeast of Keystone in the 1980s, and then he lived out of the bus for the last 20 years in Park County. He has now built a house between Alma and Fairplay and is trying to sell the bus for $20,000.
Courtesy Pete Lynn |

The top stories of the day from the Wednesday, May 27 edition of the Summit Daily News.

Montezuma mountain man looks to part with magical mystery bus

Breckenridge woman pleads innocent in hit-and-run case

Nearly 300 Silverthorne residents sign petition against Maryland Creek Ranch

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