Author Archives: Alicia Sapp

National Public Health Week

It’s the end of National Public Health Week and Nataly Tsevdos as well as Drew Schelling, Mason Hohstadt and Laurel Little are here to tell us a little about what they do. http://www.kmtsaudio.com/audio/Connections/04-07-2017%20Natalie%20Tsevdos,%20Drew%20Schelling,%20Mason%20Hohstadt,%20Laurel%20Little,%20Garfield%20County%20Public%20Health%20-%20National%20Public%20Health%20Week.mp3

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Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts Old Glenwood Exhibit

A new art exhibit is opening at Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts called “Old Glenwood.” The exhibit will include 55 paintings; Noemi had the idea for this exhibit last year.  The first painting took Noemi three months to complete. … Continue reading

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Glenwood Springs Historical Society

The Glenwood Springs Historical Society sent out 1000 surveys in January and received 366 back. 73% said that history is an important driver for tourism. 51% said that the museum was accurately representing history and 35% said that they weren’t … Continue reading

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St. Stephen School Masquerade Ball Fundraiser

April 22, St. Stephen School will be holding a spring gala and masquerade ball. Glenda and Giovanna thought of this fundraiser in December. Last year over 100,000 in scholarships were awarded to students. Doors open at 6pm and end at … Continue reading

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Grand Avenue Bridge Project Update- Asphalt Overlay Schedule

What: Asphalt overlay work begins the week of Apr. 17. This scope of work is anticipated to be complete in June. All work includes alternating one-lane traffic and periodic traffic holds up to 15 minutes. Where: • GREEN: US Hwy … Continue reading

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Follow These Tips for Choosing the Right Lawn Service

Spring is in the air and if you are like many, you might be getting anxious to be outside to tend to your outdoor space. Whether your lawn needs a little touch-up or complete makeover, it’s important to find the … Continue reading

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31st Annual DAV Winter Sports Clinic

It’s time for the 31st Annual DAV Winter Sports Clinic! There will be approximately 376+ participants in the Winter Sports Clinic this year. http://www.kmtsaudio.com/audio/Connections/03-30-2017%20Dick%20Meritt,%20Frank%20Pacello%20-%2031st%20Annual%20DAV%20Winter%20Sports%20Clinic.mp3

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Grand River Gallop

Kaaren Peck is here to finish of March For Meals, which always ends with the Grand River Gallop during the first weekend of April. Meals on Wheels serves people from New Castle to Parachute. http://www.kmtsaudio.com/audio/Connections/03-29-2017%20Kaaren%20Peck,%20Grand%20River%20Meals%20on%20Wheels%20-%20Grand%20River%20Gallop.mp3

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Spellebration 2017

This year Spellebration is on Friday April 7th at the Hotel Colorado. The team deadline is Friday, March 31st teams are three spellers and $200. You can also buy your self to the semi-final round which starts at $25 and … Continue reading

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Con Artists Use Social Media to Promote Scam Grants

Watch out for phony social media posts and messages from fake “friends.” Scammers are using Facebook to entice victims with “free” government grant money, according to recent BBB Scam Tracker reports. How the Scam Works: You get a message from … Continue reading

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