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Outdoor Briefs

The Rifle Hunters Information Center will be open 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 17, through Friday, Oct. 19; and Wednesday, Oct. 31, through Friday, Nov. 2, in the Rifle rest area, 200 Lions Park Circle off 1-70 Exit 90.

The DOW, BLM, Colorado State Parks, U.S.D.A. Forest Service and Garfield County Search and Rescue will be on hand to answer questions and assist hunters. Free coffee and doughnuts and hunting tips, too.

The town of Carbondale, CaCa LoCo and Waste Management are once again sponsoring Leaf Days. Town of Carbondale residents may bring leaves and small limbs to the parking lot on the northeast corner of Colorado Avenue and Fourth Street until Nov. 18. Leaves must be removed from bags. This is a recycling project, and no trash or dumping of any kind is allowed. Separate containers will be provided for leaves and small branches only. If the containers are contaminated by any other material, the entire container will be landfilled as it cannot be recycled. Your cooperation is appreciated.

For questions, call 963-1307.

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