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Tim Nunley has joined the Coldwell Banker Western Land & Home in Rifle team as broker associate. He is eager to make your dreams of living in this area come true. Tim is very familiar with the needs and desires of those wishing to fulfill their dreams. To contact him, call 625-8375.

Dr. Jared Carey, D.C., and Dr. Errik Enewold, D.C., have joined The Valley Wellness Center in Glenwood Springs and Mid Valley Chiropractic in Basalt. Carey is a 2001 graduate of Parker College of Chiropractic. He and his wife, Rachel Carey, P.T., owned and operated Carey Chiropractic Center in Lubbock, Texas, before moving to the Roaring Fork Valley. He will be working out of the Glenwood Springs, Basalt and Holland Hills locations Monday through Saturday. Enewold is a graduate of Western States Chiropractic College and a native of Glenwood Springs. He will be working out of the Glenwood Springs and Holland Hills locations Monday thru Saturday. The Valley Wellness Center and Mid-Valley Chiropractic and Wellness Center offer a full range of chiropractic, massage and acupuncture services, as well as complimentary wellness and diagnostic services. In addition to treatments, the Doctors Healthcare Cooperative stores feature a complete stock of herbs, vitamins and supplements. The Glenwood Springs office is located at 1517 Blake Ave., Suite 203; the Basalt office is located at 24451 Highway 82; and the Holland Hills office is at 24505 Highway 82. Call 947-1701 to arrange an appointment with Carey or Enewold.

Al and Linda Stoltzfus recently returned from the annual conference for Americas Best Value Inns by Vantage Hospitality. The Americas Best Value Inn in Glenwood Springs was awarded the Best of the Best for Overall Excellence for properties with 60 rooms or less. Lodging Hospitality, a trade magazine, has also acknowledged the Glenwood Springs property as one of the top producers nationwide.

Evans Chaffee Construction Group (ECCG) has completed construction of the American National Bank in Carbondale. The project was completed nearly a month ahead of schedule thanks to the hard work and dedication from the team involved. The goal of green building is to develop structures that are environmentally sustainable and capable of conserving the earths natural resources. Some of the green features of this project included a 10kw solar panel system, occupancy sensors that save energy through automatic lighting systems, an energy recovery ventilation system, high efficiency air-conditioning units, an on-demand water heater and all energy star-rated appliances.

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