City of Glenwood Springs

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Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park sits on Iron Mountain, above Glenwood Springs. It’s easy to pick up on its vintage, Western look. The main plaza looks like the set of a John Wayne movie. What might be harder to pick up on is its small contingent of international workers.

Glenwood Springs has owned the Rosebud Cemetery since 1929, and its end could be near. The City Council discussed the issue Thursday during a work session.

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Glenwood Springs is preparing for the closure of the Grand Avenue Bridge. This week, there’s a preview of the road ahead, and it’s being repaved.

“Citizenship Day” is Saturday at Saint Stephen Catholic Church in Glenwood Springs. Volunteer immigration lawyers will help people apply for citizenship.

Glenwood Center for the Arts will remain open

May 12, 2017
Aspen Public Radio News

The Glenwood Center for the Arts board of directors voted Tuesday to remain open in a limited capacity in the midst of financial turmoil.

Welcome to Valley Roundup. I’m Carolyn Sackariason.

 A local arts nonprofit is under investigation by Glenwood Springs Police as it prepares to close its doors for good. Speaking with News Director Carolyn Sackariason via Skype this morning on Valley Roundup is Carla Jean Whitley, features editor at Glenwood Post Independent.

You can hear more of the conversation, which includes Aspen Times columnist Roger Marolt and Mick Ireland, columnist for the Aspen Daily News at 3:30 p.m. on Friday.

A new seven-month challenge aimed at keeping drivers off the road during construction of the Grand Avenue Bridge launched Monday.

City responds to Glenwood Center for the Arts closure

Apr 29, 2017
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Last week, the Glenwood Center for the Arts announced its plans to close amidst finance troubles. On Friday, the City of Glenwood Springs issued a response.

A local arts nonprofit is in a bit of turmoil with the resignation of its executive director and now, there’s a police investigation. Speaking with News Director Carolyn Sackariason this morning on Valley Roundup is Randy Essex, editor and publisher of the Glenwood Post Independent.

You can hear more of the conversation, which includes Aspen Times reporter Scott Condon and Managing Editor Rick Carroll with Curtis Wackerle, editor of the Aspen Daily News at 3:30 p.m. today.

 

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The Glenwood Springs City Council swore in its newest members last night.

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Shelley Kaup won as the city’s at-large candidate in the April 4 election. Jonathan Godes was elected to represent Ward 5. Rick Voorhees ran unopposed and will represent Ward 2.