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The new owners of Trail’s End Tavern (formerly the Canyon Club), Brian and Stacy Botner, are offering something new for New Castle.

The tavern will be offering live music, televised sporting events, happy hour, Tuesday ladies’ night, karaoke, jukebox, pool tables, foosball and video games. Its music schedule will be listed in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent.

Trail’s End Tavern will be open from 3 p.m. to midnight Mondays through Fridays, and noon to 2 a.m. on the weekends.



The tavern is located at 366 W. Main St. in New Castle. Call 984-3114.

Making New Waves, located at 171 Main St. in New Castle, is now expanding services. In addition to coloring, perms, haircuts and waxing, the salon has added a 32-bulb, top-of-the-line Wolf System tanning bed. Add a little color to your life from your head to your toes.



For more information, call Noreen Tuesday through Saturday at 984-3771.

Michael Grzesiak has joined High Country Engineering’s civil engineering team. Michael is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and is a University of Wisconsin alumnus.

He can be reached in the HCE Glenwood Springs office at 945-8676.

Clayton Collier has rejoined the Bank of Colorado as senior vice president of commercial lending.

Collier previously worked for Bank of Colorado between the years of 1993 to 2001 as a commercial lender, and also managed the Bank of Colorado in Basalt. Collier brings a strong background in business development and all phases of lending, including commercial, real estate and construction lending.

Collier will serve as senior vice president in the Glenwood Springs Branch.


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