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  1. Humerickhouse wins wind-swept Glenwood Open golf tournament

    Eagle’s Keith Humerickhouse navigated the gusty winds that blew in Sunday evening to win the championship flight of the Glenwood Open golf tournament on “The Hill.” The wind storm blew in just in time to...

  2. Dalrymple column: Community banks might save us from next meltdown

    Collateralized Loan Obligations (CLOs) are securities backed by loans to corporations. Increasingly, banking industry pundits are positing that these instruments could trigger a new wave of defaults and failures, just like 2008. Back then, the...

  3. As commission candidate urges countywide mask order, commissioner highlights opposition to the idea in western Garfield County

    A candidate for Garfield County commissioner says the current commissioners are putting politics over public health by not requiring people to wear face coverings while in public. Leslie Robinson of Rifle is running for the...

  4. Man attacked by bear near Aspen: ‘I literally thought I might be dead’

    The man who was injured Friday morning by a bear that got into a house in the Castle Creek Valley said he was trying to get the bear out of the house when it swiped...

  5. Lightning starts several small fires in Garfield County: three contained, one monitored

    Lightning strikes Sunday evening and Monday morning started several small fires in the area. Colorado River Fire Rescue worked on four fires in the New Castle area on Monday. “This morning we had a lightning...

  6. Looking to make tracks: first phase of new 18-mile mountain bike trail system to begin this fall

    Mountain bikers will soon have more options for single-track fun in western Garfield County as the city of Rifle and the Rifle Area Mountain Bike Organization start moving forward on carving a new trail system...

  7. How big tech is intersecting with care for older adults

    Since the days before cell phones were even a thing, Dr. Cathy Bodine has been working to improve technology for people with disabilities or people aging into disabilities.  Bodine, a clinician and associate professor in...

  8. Monday letters: Population density, using common sense, reasons for Trump to resign, and disenfranchising voters

    How dense can we get? Regarding the proposed 413-unit apartment complex R2 Developers of Cincinnati, Ohio have planned for the 12.5 acres at 214 Center Drive, at present the field behind the old Glenwood Springs...

  9. Doctor’s Tip: Hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland)

    Hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) was discussed in column a few weeks ago. To review, the thyroid is a gland located in the front of the neck that regulates our metabolism. It produces T4 (4 iodine atoms),...

  10. Riots drove U.S. apart when we could have come together

    Most Americans were sickened by the senseless killing George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer. For a day or two, we were unified, asking, “How could this happen?” and “What can be done so it...

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