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Jonathan Lowsky/Roaring Fork ConservancyAn adult osprey, right, and a juvenile bird nearly ready to take its first flight sit in their perch along the Roaring Fork River. The unprecedented mating of ospreys in the valley has delighted wildlife enthusiasts. (See related story.)
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Aspen rugby returns home after long absence, routs Vail on Wagner

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Playing at home for the first time in nearly two years, the Gentlemen of Aspen Rugby Club overcame an apparent lack of size compared to the Vail side en route to a 49-14 win on Saturday at Wagner Park in downtown Aspen. Prior to hosting Vail, the Gents hadn’t played at home since Ruggerfest in the fall of 2019.



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