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  1. Swimsuit contest out, leadership training in

    Once little more than a beauty pageant, the Miss Strawberry Days contest is doing away with swimsuits and is judging contestants on personality and leadership qualities. Strawberry Days is almost as old as Glenwood Springs...

  2. Get ready for a summer of music in Glenwood Springs

    Glenwood Springs will be filled with the sound of live music this summer, just as it has in summers past. Two free concert series ensure that from June through September, there will be entertainment for...

  3. Glenwood moving municipal operations as building cracks

    Citing employee safety and cost effectiveness, the city will soon relocate the five departments currently housed in its Municipal Operations Center (MOC).

  4. Letter: Citizen’s Alliance focused on selfish concerns

    (This letter was originally addressed: Dear Citizen’s Alliance), I have been following and reading about the group of citizens in the area fighting the quarry expansion. Personally, I feel that having a surface mining operation...

  5. Roff column: America risks losing to China on cryptocurrencies

    Everybody’s looking at China. The roller coaster trade negotiations conducted over recent weeks — coupled with mounting concerns over emerging technologies — have underscored the looming presence the Asian superpower plays on the global stage...

  6. Shannon column: George Soros continues to collect district attorneys

    Last week’s Democrat primary in Virginia’s Fairfax and Arlington Counties was great news for companies whose business model includes cleaning human poop off the sidewalk. The sanctimonious leftists in both counties just nominated new prosecutors...

  7. Prosecutors paint gruesome picture of tragic Rifle rollover

    The 11-year-old survivor of a back-road Rifle rollover crash that killed two people in December 2017 testified that the alleged driver had been drinking at some point before the wreck. Cody Christopher, 40, is charged...

  8. Texas’ Jaxson Hayes headlines the list of big men in NBA draft

    Jaxson Hayes needed only a year at Texas to put himself at the front of the class of big men in Thursday’s NBA draft. The freshman could go late in the lottery, headlining a list...

  9. Fans arrive in droves to pay tribute to Pat Bowlen

    DENVER — Some wore full costumes and others sported jerseys, including one Denver Broncos supporter with “P. Bowlen” on the back. Quite a few devotees stood in the rain for about an hour before making...

  10. U.S. wants win vs Swedes, even if it would mean tougher path

    LE HAVRE, France — Victory is the goal for the United States in its group stage finale against Sweden, even though a loss might give the Americans an easier path through the knockout rounds of...

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