heard around the West

August 2008
High Country News;8/18/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 15, p32
The article offers news briefs in the Western U.S. It reveals that the jet planes at the Sun Valley airport in Idaho, which are owned by 90 businesses, are estimated to be at $2 billion and costs $48,000 to fuel a single small jet. The city of Denver has provided homeowners in Englewood, Colorado 72 hours to remove faecal droppings from dogs before imposing fines between $50-$999. An egg which resemble the size of an ostrich egg was laid by a chicken named Thelma in Washington.


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