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SGM Engineers of Glenwood Springs, in cooperation with the Colorado Basin Roundtable, hosts a public "town hall" meeting to discuss the creation of the Colorado Basin Implementation Water Plan, from 6-8 p.m. tonight at the Glenwood Springs Public Library, 815 Cooper Ave. "This will involve the collection and analysis of large amounts of data, but ... (more)
Glenwood Springs' would-be first recreational marijuana store will have to wait at least another two weeks to find out if it will be granted a license to begin selling pot on the retail market to people age 21 and older.
Edible marijuana has hit the shelves in retail stores throughout the mountains. Law enforcement officers have concerns about edible products getting into children's hands, as well as concerns for misuse due to varying doses found in the products.
Drew Munro / email@example.com Sean O'Flinn, director Valley View Hospital's cath lab demonstrates the hospital's CorPath Vascular Robotic System.
Most Glenwood Springs City Council members say they see no compelling reason to amend the city's conflict-of-interest code, short of some evidence that the policies are actually turning people away from participating in city government.
Alpine Bank is matching the fundraising efforts of the Glenwood Springs Basketball Officials Association with a gift of $5,000, for the benefit of Glenwood Springs High School athletic director Craig Denney.
Yours, theirs, mine. We all have it. Denis Waitley, author and productivity guru, once said, "You must look within for value, but look beyond for perspective."
A request by the city to secure a recreational water right on the Colorado River to support a new whitewater play park or parks between No Name and Two Rivers Park has prompted responses from several potential objectors to the city's plans.
JOHN STROUD / JSTROUD@POSTINDEPENDENT.COM Jeff Carlson, pastor at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, applies the ceremonial ashes to the forehead of New Castle resident Diane Cuthbertson on Ash Wednesday in downtown Glenwood Springs.
The Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association is lending its support to Garfield County in its efforts to convince state insurance officials to reassign the county to a health insurance rating area that better reflects its rural character.
Local artist Kathy Brown's paintings of aspens are on display at Breckenridge Art Supply, located at 201 S. Ridge St. The store displays consignment artwork from Summit County artists on a three- to four-month rotating basis.
The next round of Roaring Fork School District visioning meetings, coming up next week, aims to take the priorities stated by parents, community leaders, teachers, staff and students during a similar series of meetings last fall and incorporate them into a new set of objectives for district schools.
Drew Munro / firstname.lastname@example.org Crocuses pop out of the grass in front of the Starlight Lodge in Glenwood Springs on Tuesday afternoon.
Following a stalled effort last year to fully fund a major section of the South Canyon trail, the Lower Valley Trails Group is handing that project over to Garfield County for now and is refocusing its efforts on several local trail projects that are in the works from Glenwood Springs to Parachute.