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  1. Rulemaking request aimed at cumulative climate impacts of oil and gas development headed to COGCC, Garfield County objects

    A request before Colorado’s oil and gas regulators for new rulemaking aimed at reining in broader climate impacts from the industry would amount to a de facto ban on further energy development in the state,...

  2. Be heard at the Chat with Council event Wednesday night

    Glenwood Springs City Council Members Marco Dehm and Ingrid Wussow are “going to be hanging out to have a chat with the community.”  At 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, the public is invited to meet up with...

  3. CMC Glenwood Center hosts open house to show off new features

    The Colorado Mountain College Glenwood Center is hosting an open house Wednesday to announce updates and changes which include a new student center at the Blake Avenue location, according to a CMC news release. The...

  4. PHOTOS: Hotel Colorado welcomes the holidays with 32nd annual lighting ceremony

    Families and friends flocked to the Hotel Colorado on Friday afternoon and evening to partake in the festivities at the 32nd annual lighting ceremony. Live ice carving, gingerbread house competition, performances by Symphony in the...

  5. Appeals Court upholds 2018 sentence in Garfield County assault case

    The Colorado Court of Appeals upheld the sentence of a Garfield County man sentenced to up to life in prison for sexual assaulting an underaged girl. John Wayne Diamond had been convicted on six counts...

  6. Four things to know about the lower Colorado River basin

    Staff and board members from the Glenwood Springs-based Colorado River Water Conservation District, along with other water managers from across western Colorado, this month visited the lower basin states — Nevada, Arizona, and California — on what...

  7. CPW finds no evidence of wolves near Meeker, where 40 cattle have been found dead inexplicably

    Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials have little explanation for why as many as 40 cattle near Meeker have shown up dead in recent months in a situation described as “perplexing” to the agency’s governing board...

  8. Bankers’ Hours column: The mortgage app freefall of 2022

    More news is coming in about the dramatic, even astonishing, drop in new home mortgages as the home loan lending business absorbs simultaneous shocks of spiking interest rates and inflation. Right now the residential mortgage...

  9. Voces Unidas column: Protecting and expanding access to reproductive healthcare and abortion is crucial for democracy

    The Latino community knows first-hand what it means for the government to marginalize our needs when it comes to health care. We are the largest uninsured racial-ethnic majority, and are often targets of misinformation and...

  10. Monday letters: Founders’ intent, energy future, Sunlight ski team thanks

    Democracy or republic Why has the word “democracy” replaced the word “republic” in nearly all present-day communications, either spoken, published or broadcast about our United States Constitution? The word “democracy” will never be found in...

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