Summit Daily’s top stories of the day |

Summit Daily’s top stories of the day

Kime Fenske near his humble campsite at 12,000 feet on North Maroon Peak. "Even my family has a hard time understanding why I want to go camp at 12,000 feet after hiking for a few hours," he says.
Kim Fenske / Special to the Daily |

The top stories of the day from the Sunday, May 31 edition of the Summit Daily News.

Summit County Renaissance man Kim Fenske is much more than a curious bus driver

Rocky Mountain Triathlon returns to Silverthorne on Aug. 9

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