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Unofficial Rifle city election returns

September 11, 2019

City Council The 3 candidates receiving the most votes will be elected for a 4-year-term Brian Condie — 341 | 41.9 percent John Max Doose — 206 | 25.3 percent Joe P. Elliott — 388...

Rifle election day is coming

September 4, 2019

With ballots due this coming Tuesday, the Citizen Telegram wanted to get to know the candidates for Rifle City Council, sending each candidate the same five questions. Rifle electors will be voting on who will...

Mill levy increase to be discussed by library board

June 20, 2019

Since switching to reduced hours and cutting back on staff in December 2016, and again a few months later, officials with the Garfield County Library District believe it may be time to return what was...

Torre wins Aspen mayoral election in runoff

April 3, 2019

Torre will be the new mayor of Aspen after winning the runoff election Tuesday night against his opponent, Ann Mullins, by 343 votes. Torre received 1,527 and Mullins garnered 1,184. A total of 2,711 votes...

Letter: Another student for Willman

March 31, 2019

Today I would like to tell our community about my mock trial coach and my City Council candidate, Charlie Willman. This spring, I asked Charlie if I could interview him about his candidacy for a...

Letter: Be respectful, please

March 31, 2019

About a week or so ago I was thinking how politely political our citizens of Glenwood Springs were — we have two three-way council races and one controversial ballot issue.  It seemed as if citizens...

Letter: Willman willing to put in time and effort

March 30, 2019

I am writing in support of Charlie WIllman for Ward 3 city council. As a member of Charlie’s high school mock trial team, I have witnessed his complete dedication to everything with which he is...

Letter: Vanian is one of us

March 30, 2019

When you hear someone call a person a “politician“ it usually isn’t a compliment. I think that is because it has gotten to be in our society that politicians tend to say one thing and...