Author Archives: Ron Milhorn

Sports, February 18th

SOCHI, Russia (AP) – The U.S. now has 20 medals at the Winter Olympics. The most recent came in men’s ski halfpipe as David Wise of Northstar, Calif., won the gold. The winner of three straight Winter X Games titles, … Continue reading

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News, February 18th

SILT OFFICIALS SAY DRINKING WATER IS FINE Glenwood Springs—Officials with the town of Silt went before the Garfield County Board of Commissioners this morning and publicly stated that the town’s water is fit to drink. Mayor Pro-Tem Rick Aluise and … Continue reading

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News, February 17th

GOVERNMENT OFFICES CLOSED FOR PRESIDENT’S DAY Glenwood Springs—Local and county offices will be closed today for the President’s Day holiday.  Garfield County Commissioners will hold their regular weekly meeting tomorrow morning at 8.  COMMUNITY MEETING ON INSURANCE RATE ISSUE TO … Continue reading

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Sports, February 14th

FOUR GLENWOOD SWIMMERS COMPETE AT STATE MEET Glenwood Springs—Four swimmers from the Glenwood Springs High School Swim Team are hoping to bring home some medals this weekend.  Jessica Tuttle, LJ Fetzko, Kendall Vanderhoof and Hannah Peterson are competing today and … Continue reading

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News, February 14th

‘WEE HOURS’ BAR BILL ADVANCES AT STATE CAPITAL DENVER (AP) – Bars could bars stay open past 2 a.m. under a bill moving forward in the Colorado House. Lawmakers advanced the bill Friday with an unrecorded voice vote, setting up … Continue reading

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Sports, February 13th

SOCHI, Russia (AP) – The three-medal sweep in the men’s slopestyle skiing has given the United States 12 overall medals at the Sochi Olympics. That’s tied for second with the Netherlands, one medal behind Norway’s 13.  Germany has the most … Continue reading

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News, February 13th

VAIL (AP) – All the new snow in Colorado’s mountains that has raised the avalanche danger likely helped save the lives of two people whose car plunged down Vail Pass off Interstate 70 earlier this week. Fire Chief Mark Miller … Continue reading

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News, February 12th

GARCO THREATENS TO SUE STATE Glenwood Springs—If Garfield County ends up taking the state of Colorado to court over the health insurance zone dispute, County Attorney Frank Huftless believes he has a strong case.  County Commissioners say the exorbitant resort … Continue reading

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Sports, February 11th

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL GAMES TONIGHT Palisade—The Glenwood Demons take on the Bulldogs tonight at Palisade High School.  The Western Slope League Champion Lady Demons play first at 6 o’clock while the boys tip off at 7:30.  Both games will be … Continue reading

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News, February 11th

GARCO THREATENS TO SUE STATE Glenwood Springs—Garfield County is prepared to take the state of Colorado to court over insurance rates and the alleged misuse of county sales tax revenue.  The Board of Commissioners directed County Attorney Frank Huftless to … Continue reading

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