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  • NEWS, JANUARY 5TH Glenwood Springs–Roaring Fork Re-1 School District Superintendent Judy Haptonstall was informed last night that this will be her last school year. The school board voted 3 to 2 to terminate her contract effective in June. Carbondale–About a hundred people gathered at Carbondale's Town Hall for last night's two hour debate over the Village at ...
  • NEWS, JANUARY 4TH Carbondale–A public debate will be held tonight at Carbondale Town Hall over the Village at Crystal River development project. Representatives from both sides are trying to rally voters who'll decide the fate of the commercial and residential project during a January 31st special election. Tonight's debate begins ...
  • Commissioners Terminate County Manager In a surprise vote today, the Garfield County Board of Commisisoners voted to fire County Manager Ed Green. The motion to let Green go was made by Commissioner Tom Jankovsky and seconded by Mike Samson. Green's only response was to ask, “Is there a reason?” Commission Chairman John Martin says the ...
  • Sled Dog Races Cancelled Due to Lack of Snow STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) – Stagecoach State Park has postponed its sled dog race indefinitely because of dangerous conditions. Organizers say there is too much open water and a lack of snow. Park assistant Kimi Lehman said the races on Saturday and Sunday were scrapped because of safety concerns and unfavorable weather forecasts. The park was planning ...
  • Inmate Found Dead in Eagle County Jail EAGLE, Colo. (AP) – The Eagle County Sheriff's Office is asking the coroner to determine the cause of a 33-year-old inmate's death. The sheriff's office says the inmate was found unresponsive in his cell Monday afternoon. The man's identity is being withheld until relatives can be notified.
  • Company Seeking Approval for Expanded Coal Mining Operations GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) – Subsidiaries of Rhino Energy LLC are seeking approvals to expand a coal mine north of Fruita and open a bigger operation nearby. The company once mined about 280,000 tons of coal annually from the McClane Canyon Mine for the Cameo Power Plant. The mine closed after the plant shut down. McClane ...
  • Salazar to Discuss Western Natural Resources ALAMOSA, Colo. (AP) – Interior Secretary Ken Salazar says he wants to help communities in the San Luis Valley conserve the area's natural and cultural resources. Salazar is holding a meeting on Wednesday with landowners and state officials to discuss ways to conserve healthy lands and waters and promote tourism in the San Luis Valley and ...
  • Colorado Military to Receive over 400 Million Dollars DENVER (AP) – A defense bill signed by President Barack Obama includes more than $400 million for Colorado construction projects. Fort Carson is the biggest beneficiary with nearly $286 million, including facilities for a new helicopter brigade. Obama signed the bill Saturday. Buckley Air Force Base will get at least $70 million for a building for the National ...