Small Business Development Center workshops U.S. Bank will sponsor the Funding Sources for your Business workshop, from 1-3 p.m. Tuesday at the Glenwood Center.Integrated Alarm Services Group acquires Apex SecurityProtection Service Industries’ parent company, Integrated Alarm Services Group, has assumed ownership of Apex Security in Glenwood Springs.Apex Security will operate the business under the Protection Service Industries division and will be known as PSI/Apex Security.For information, contact Jason Kelly at (800) 627-0068.Michael Perau joinsProfessional Auto Body staffProfessional Auto Body and Frame in south Glenwood Springs welcomes Michael Perau to its staff as an estimator. Perau is a lifetime native of Glenwood Springs and has been in the automotive industry since 1988. He is a graduate of Master’s Nuts and Bolts of Estimating as well Pathway’s estimating school. Contact Perau at 945-2249.David Townsley joinsLiberty Home LoansDavid Townsley, a veteran of the Roaring Fork Valley home lending business for more than 20 years, has joined Liberty Home Loans, a Colorado-based home mortgage provider. “Liberty Home Loans caught my attention because of their experienced staff, competitive programs, and grassroots, community-oriented business style,” he said. Dave Townsley and Liberty Home Loans can be reached at 928-8200. Student massagesGlenwood Beauty Academy Massage School is offering $30 student massages from February through June. Appointments may be available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Call 945-0485 for appointments.Stakiw joins Advanced AudiologyDaria B. Stakiw has joined Advanced Audiology Inc. Advanced Audiology provides hearing, balance and tinnitus evaluations, as well as the latest in hearing aid and hearing protection devices. Advanced Audiology’s location is 108 South Frontage Road, Suite 310 in Vail. Call (888) 649-2122 for further information or to schedule an appointment.
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Roaring Fork School District tightens COVID protocols around athletics following continued noncompliance
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