News, November 4th

TIME TO HAND DELIVER BALLOTS

Glenwood Springs—Tomorrow is election day.  It is a mail
ballot election only so if you still haven’t marked your ballot,
you’ll need to drop it off to the clerk and recorder’s office
or any number of locations including your town hall.

CONFUSION OVER STATEWIDE TAX HIKE

Denver—It seems a lot of Colorado voters are confused
about the school tax measure to fund public education.
According to a recent survey, voters aren’t sure how
the nearly one-billion dollar a year tax hike will
be equitably distributed among school districts.

GARCO FORECLOSURES DOWN

Glenwood Springs—Garfield County’s economy is showing
signs of life.  According to the treasurer’s office,
foreclosures are down significantly through the
first three quarters of the year.

FLOOD DAMAGED ROAD OPEN AHEAD OF SCHEDULE

Denver—One of the main highways that suffered the most
damage from the September floods has been opened almost
a month ahead of schedule.  U.S. Highway 36 between Lyons
and Estes Park was repaired sooner than expected thanks
to round-the-clock efforts from the National Guard and
C-DOT work crews.

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