• News, January 24th VALLARIO OPPOSES FEDERAL GUN CONTROL Glenwood Springs–Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario expressed his unwavering support for the Second Amendment and staunch opposition to gun control laws. In response to numerous questions about the hot topic, Vallario issued a written response saying the founding fathers and authors of the Constitution got it right the first time ...
  • News, January 23rd INDIANA PEDOPHILE BUSTED IN GLENWOOD SPRINGS Glenwood Springs–A pedophile convicted of sexually molesting young children is going to federal prison for a long time thanks to the undercover work of a special agent based in Glenwood Springs. According to a release from the United States Attorney John Walsh, 35 year old Steven Raines of Fort ...
  • News, January 22nd NOVEMBER, DECEMBER SKIER NUMBERS DOWNHILL Undated–Skier numbers in Colorado went downhill in November and December according to Colorado Ski Country USA. The warm, dry spell caused an 11 and a half percent drop during the same two months in 2011. Nearly every ski resort in the state took a hit. The Aspen Skiing Company reported ...
  • News, January 21st AVALANCHE VICTIM NEAR MARBLE SKIED AREA PRIOR TO SLIDE ASPEN- – The Summit County man killed in an avalanche near Marble 8 days ago, had skied the area earlier in the day and the week without any problems. 37 year old James Lindenblatt of Frisco died in the Jan. 13 slide. According to a ...
  • News, January 18th CITY COUNCIL APPROVES MAJOR WEST GLENWOOD RETAIL PROJECT Glenwood Springs–The Glenwood Springs City Council happily approved a major retial development project for a West Glenwood corner that has long been an eyesore. The old Tomahawk truck stop at Highway 6 and Mel Ray Road will be razed and transformed into a new truck, stop, ...
  • News, January 17th SOUTH GLENWOOD DEVELOPMENT PROJECT DISCUSSION CONTINUES WITH COUNCIL Glenwood Springs–The Glenwood Springs City Council has had two more weeks to digest a nearly 1 thousand page application for a major development project on Airport Road. Tonight, the council will decide whether to grant the developer’s requests for an extension on the vesting period and a ...
  • News, January 16th JUDGE RULES IN FAVOR OF GARCO SHERIFF IN EX-EMPLOYEE LAWSUIT Glenwood Springs–Garfield County Sheriff Lou Vallario won a favorable judgement in a five year old wrongful termination lawsuit filed by former employee Lisa Martin. Martin worked as an inmate services technician in the jail from July of 2003 until she was fired in May of ...
  • News, January 15th GLENWOOD MAN BUSTED FOR FIRING GUN Glenwood Springs–A Glenwood Springs man was arrested late Sunday night for reportedly firing shots from a pistol and pointing a shotgun at people. According to reports from the Glenwood Springs Police Department, 26 year old Cameron Lauritano was standing in front of his apartment building near 8th and Bennett firing ...
  • News, January 14th LOWER COLLEGE TUITION FOR CHILDREN OF ILLEGALS? DENVER (AP) – Illegal immigrants who grow up in Colorado could be eligible for in-state tuition, not a compromise in-between tuition rate. That’s what Colorado Democrats are set to propose this week now that they’ve gained full control over the state Legislature. Democrats say they will drop ...
  • Department of Homeland Security Warns of Java Vulnerability The US Department of Homeland Security is warning consumers and business owners about a potential vulnerability to Oracle Java version 7. Additional information may be obtained from the Department of Homeland Security website, or by clicking the link below: http://www.us-cert.gov/cas/techalerts/TA13-010A.html