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    DEADLY ROLLOVER NEAR CARBONDALE Carbondale—Criminal charges may be forthcoming in connection to last Sunday night’s rollover accident near Carbondale that killed a local girl and sent five others to the hospital. The Colorado State Patrol says alcohol use is suspected and none of the six people in the Audi sedan was wearing a seat belt when ...
  • Carbondale Residents Displaced Following House Fire
    A Carbondale family cannot return home following a fire today. According to a press release from the Carbondale Fire Department, the fire started in a bedroom of the single story duplex on Garfield Avenue and was reported shortly after 4:30 this afternoon. When firefighters arrived, the entire bedroom was on fire, with flames coming out the ...
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    DENVER (AP) – Colorado lawmakers concluded business for the year last night with hard-fought agreements on highways, hospitals and affordable housing – but the split Legislature racked up a lot of misses, too. Day 120 of the 2017 session saw the Democrat-led House send a signature bill that spares rural hospitals drastic budget cuts and ...
  • Dotsero Mobile Home Park Residents Told to Shelter in Place
    UPDATE, 6:45 PM: Authorities say the police activity from earlier today has been completed and residents may return to the Dotsero Mobile Home Park. No further information was provided. Eagle County Authorities are advising residents at home in the Dotsero Mobile Home Park to “shelter in place” until a situation involving police is resolved. Meanwhile, a temporary shelter ...
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    DEADLY ACCIDENT NEAR RIFLE Rifle—A man was killed last night in a single vehicle accident on Highway 13 north of Rifle. According to reports from the Colorado State Patrol, the man, whose name has not been released, crashed near mile marker 15 around 6:40 last night and died at the scene. Highway 13 was closed for ...
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    GLENWOOD CENTER FOR THE ARTS FUNDRAISER Glenwood Springs—Don’t eulogize the Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts just yet.  A grassroots effort is underway to keep the doors of the financially-strapped center open. Sandy Haver, a music teacher at the center, went before the city council Thursday night to plead for support. She assured the council there ...
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    GRAND AVE BRIDGE/EMPLOYER DISCUSSION Glenwood Springs—Glenwood Springs business owners are bracing for the impact of the Grand Avenue Bridge project.  When the old bridge closes August 14th to make way for the new one, employers in and around town will have to make some major adjustments.  C-DOT and the Grand Avenue Bridge Project Team say now is ...
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    NEW MEADOWS APARTMENT BUILDINGS ON HOLD Glenwood Springs—Groundbreaking on 97 new apartment units at Glenwood Meadows will have to wait a while longer.  Last night, the Glenwood Springs City Council, with newly sworn-in members Shelly Kaup, Jonathan Godes and Rick Vorhees, decided to continue the lengthy discussion until the next meeting.  Richard Myers with the Texas-based ...
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    SNOWMASS SUMMER PROJECTS APPROVED Carbondale—A bigger restaurant and improved fiber optics are two of the projects planned for this summer at the Snowmass Ski Area.  Today the Aspen-Sopris Ranger District gave final approval to the 2017 projects that also includes a new facility for the ski patrol at the top of Sam’s Knob.  The popular Sam’s ...
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    ANOTHER GARCO EMPLOYEE GUILTY OF EMBEZZLING Glenwood Springs—For the third time in five years a Garfield County employee is caught stealing.  Alicia Macias pled guilty to embezzling $18,000 while working for the Clerk and Recorder’s Office from 2011 to 2015.  As part of her plea for felony embezzlement, another count of felony theft was dropped.  The ...

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