NEWS, MAY 8TH

Glenwood Springs–Harvard Phd and former Colorado Rocky Mountain School teacher Dr. Rob Stein has been named the new superintendent of the Roariong Fork Re-1 school district. He’ll be formally introduced to the public next Monday afternoon.

Glenwood Springs–Colorado’s economy is going to get worse unless state lawmakers make some major changes very soon. That’s the gist of report from the University of Denver’s Strategic Issues Panel on State Government. Former Garfield County Planning Commission Chairman Phil Vaughan presented the report to the Board of Commissioners yesterday.

Glenwood Springs–A Denver-based environmental activist questioned the Garfield County Board of Commissioners about the legality of it’s recent meeting with commissioners in Uintah County, Utah. Garfield County authorities say the meeting about the BLM’s oil shale plan did not violate the Colorado law dealing with open meetings.

Denver–A Senate committee voted 5 to nothing to in favor of a bill that would give victims of the Lower North Fork Fire in Jefferson County the chance to seek compensation beyond the liability cap of 600 thousand dollars.

 

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