• Rifle Man Accused of Trying to Kill Police Officer Headed to Trial
    Fifty-three year old Phillip Amonette of Rifle will stand trial for allegedly trying to kill a Rifle Police officer last October. Ninth Judicial District Judge James Boyd declined to hear witness accounts Public Defender Matthew Morriss said would refute officers’ accounts of the incident, saying the tesimony was not appropriate for yesterday’s ...
  • NEWS, JULY 20TH
    Glenwood Springs–Colorado Chief Justice Michael Bender paid a visit to Glenwood Springs yesterday. The state’s top judge toured the Garfield County Combined Courts and met with staff members. He encouraged them to keep up the good work during the recession. Glenwood Springs–The Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association is laying out the red ...
  • NEWS, JULY 19TH
    Aspen–Pitkin County authorities are investigating the death of a Canadian boy who collapsed while playing basketball at Aspen High School yesterday. The boy was taking part in the Aspen Basketball Academy. An autopsy is being done today. Glenwood Springs–The Tibetan blessing of the Glenwood Springs Vapor Caves helped get the convention of the National ...
  • NEWS, JULY 18TH
    Glenwood Springs–Over 12-hundred caving enthusiasts are in Glenwood Springs this week for a big convention. The National Speleological Society is using Glenwood Springs High School as a home base with several events and activities planned throughout the week including banquets, lectures dances and of course lots of caving expeditions. Rifle–Animal shelters from Rifle to ...
  • NEWS, JULY 15TH
    Glenwood Springs–Over 55 thousand public comments were received by the U.S. Forest Service regarding Colorado’s Roadless Protection Rule. The federal government is expected to make a final decision by the end of the year. Undated–A federal judge is expected to rule on a lawsuit attempting to block a national caving group from touring caves ...
  • NEWS, JULY 14TH
    Glenwood Springs–The Glenwood Canyon Bike path is open from Glenwood to the Grizzly Creek Rest Area. C-DOT officials decided it was finally safe to reopen the path after runoff waters from the Colorado receded. The path east of Grizzly Creek is still closed due to damage caused by the swift moving ...
  • NEWS, JULY 11TH
    Glenwood Springs–At least three major highways were closed for a couple of hours Sunday afternoon by mud slides. Highways 82, 50 and 24 were all closed by mud slides triggered by driving thunderstorms. State officials say the slides are likely to continue with more rain on the way. Silt–Plans for ...
  • NEWS, JULY 8TH
    Glenwood Springs–Free bus rides in Glenwood Springs are coming to an end. Beginning next year, the popular “Ride Glenwood” commuter service will charge a nominal fee. The Glenwood Springs City Council unanimously approved the fare as part a condition of accepting a 210 thousand dollar federals stimulus grant that will pay for implementing ...
  • NEWS, JULY 7TH
    Glenwood Springs–The Glenwood Springs City Council discuss grassroots economic development through the CORE program at tonight’s meeting. The council will also commemorate the city’s first church, !st Presbyterian, which is celebrating it’s 125th birthday this weekend. Tonight’s meeting begins at 7. Silt–The Garfield County Sheriff’s Office is looking for at least two ...
  • NEWS, JULY 6TH
    Glenwood Springs–17 years ago today, 14 smokejumpers from the Prineville, Oregon hotshots lost their lives in the Storm King Fire between Glenwood Springs and New Castle. The Storm King Memorial in Two Rivers Park will be see a steady stream of folks paying their respects today and tonight. Glenwood Springs–After two days ...

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