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Ryan Shorney/Special to The Aspen Times Snowmass Club golf course workers Nate Stacey and Shane Uber clear debris and sediment from Brush Creek on Sunday morning. The duo used power tools, shovels and crowbars in order to clear out restricted areas in the upper section of the creek for irrigation of the golf course.
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