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  1. Immigrant Stories: The architect of Voces Unidas, a voice for Latinos

    Intro: Beatriz Soto is an architect and an environmentalist working as Latino Outreach Coordinator for Wilderness Workshop, a local nonprofit organization devoted to protecting western Colorado’s public lands. She recently co-founded Voces Unidas, a...

  2. Integrative Pet Vet column: Outdoors, springtime and eyes

    With the arrival of warm weather, pet companions are spending more time outdoors and having more opportunity for eye problems. The outer parts of the eye and associated tissues, like the eyelids, are susceptible to...

  3. Colorado banding together to help keep the music playing through the pandemic

    The Colorado music industry, which generates over $1.5 billion annually and employs more than 16,000 Coloradans, has been greatly affected by the health and safety measures aimed at protecting against the spread of COVID-19. The...

  4. Toussaint column: COVID is the teacher; technology is the subject

    Experience is the teacher, But here’s what makes me burn; She’s always teaching me the things I do not care to learn. I don’t know who wrote that doggerel, but it sums up my feelings...

  5. Friday letters: Trump fantasyland, our freedoms, Trump cult, Dems waste Trump’s time, Vote Mitsch Bush

    Facts over Trump fantasy We are three and a half years into the Trump nightmare. I just heard it said that “America is now a country to be pitied.”  Considering what has transpired in these...

  6. Obituary: Kenneth L. Moser

    Kenneth L. Moser August 24, 1942 ~ May 15, 2020 On Friday May 15th, 2020, Kenneth Lynn Moser, father of four, and a friend to everyone he knew, passed away at the age of 77....

  7. Garfield County renews request to reopen large tourist attractions

    As other Colorado tourist attractions are allowed to reopen with the loosening of coronavirus health restrictions on businesses, so too should Glenwood Springs’ large attractions, say Garfield County officials. In a new letter penned Wednesday...

  8. Roaring Fork Schools’ Class of 2020 ready to make it one for the history books

    There will be five drive-in graduation ceremonies Friday and Saturday, as Roaring Fork District and related schools make the class of 2020 one for the history books.

  9. In wide-ranging executive session, Glenwood Council discuss County commissioner, sheriff and enforcement of health orders

    At the May 21 regularly scheduled city council meeting, six councilors called for at-large councilman Tony Hershey’s resignation and alleged Hershey, among other things, “divulged sensitive and confidential comments” from the May 14 executive...

  10. Video gaming league recruiting in New Castle

    New Castle Recreation is dipping its toes into the rapidly expanding world of competitive video gaming with a summer program focused on popular sports games, the recreation department director said. “A lot of the benefits...

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