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  1. Mind Springs CEO reassures Garfield County commissioners about organization as local detox agreement discussed

    With a draft agreement on the table to join forces with Mind Springs Health for new addiction treatment services in Garfield County, commissioners on Monday sought reassurances from the organization’s new CEO regarding Mind Springs’...

  2. Second Bear attack in New Castle this year

    Colorado Parks and wildlife officers are still looking for a bear that attacked a man at his home just outside New Castle over the weekend. “This is an unfortunate reminder that we need to be...

  3. PHOTOS: 113th annual Carbondale Potato Day

    A break in the rain Saturday morning allowed Carbondale to celebrate their 113th annual Potato Day with a parade down Main Street and the unearthing of the meat, corn and potatoes which cooked in underground...

  4. As Glenwood Springs turns gold for the fall, now is a good time to think about planting trees

    Fall colors are popping brightly in much of Garfield County, which means it is a good time to plant new trees. Glenwood Springs plans to make Oct. 20 the city’s Arbor Day with council scheduled...

  5. Coal Ridge’s Parker wins Pantherfest XC meet in school record time

    Coal Ridge High School senior Tyler Parker continued his dominance among 3A cross country runners in the region, winning Friday’s Pantherfest meet at Confluence Park in Delta in school-record fashion. Parker completed one of the...

  6. Garfield County commissioner candidates talk distinctions, approach to housing needs at Realtors’ forum; deadline for Glenwood forum public questions today

    The race for the Garfield County District 1 Commissioner seat in next month’s election pits executive experience against an engineers’ problem-solving mindset, in the words of the two candidates vying for the position.

  7. Obituary: Dudley Comer

    – September 12, 2022 Dudley D. Comer September 4, 1960 – September 12, 2022 New Castle, Colorado Dudley Comer died shortly after his sixty second (62) birthday. He was diagnosed with cancer two years ago,...

  8. Monday letters: Conservative solutions, cause for celebration, 2C support, out of touch

    Well-played In your “Opinion” section of last Friday’s paper (9/23) you printed the pro and con of the wild horse situation, printed on one page opposing each other, so as not to have to try...

  9. Sánchez column: New school year, new superintendent, new opportunities

    Summer’s transition to fall is apparent in a variety of ways — whether that’s the changing colors in the aspen trees, or in our schools moving from the excitement and uncertainty of the back-to-school phase to buckling...

  10. High country small towns unite at Aspen summit

    Colorado’s heavy-hitter politicians joined the Global Meeting of the Mountain Partnership on Sept. 28, but it was the small, mountain-town mayors who perhaps had the most to say. Climate experts, government representatives and stakeholders who...

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