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Dr. David Jensen, founder of the WIN Health Institute, announces that the Glenwood Springs office has been moved to a new location. The new address of the WIN Health Institute’s Glenwood Office is 1512 Grand Avenue, Suite 115. The office is located just south of the Rite-Aid building, and is in the same plaza as Comfort Dental.

Dr. Jensen will continue to offer expert chiropractic care, and is planning to expand the practice to include another chiropractor, Dr. Jared Carey. Together they will specialize in sports and family chiropractic care. The practice will also include neuro-muscular massage treatments, which are provided by some of the area’s premier massage practitioners. The Glenwood office will also stock nutritional supplements to help their patients attain optimum healing and health.

The WIN Health Institute also provides treatments for health insurance patients as well as for patients with worker’s compensation and automobile accident claims. Dr. Jensen wants everyone to be able to afford treatments, and offers many discount plans if those who lack insurance or are underinsured.



The WIN Health Institute of Glenwood Springs is a satellite office of Dr. Jensen’s main office in downtown Basalt. Call the WIN Institute at (970) 279-4099 to make an appointment or for more information. Or visit the WIN Health Institute’s website at http://www.WINHealthInstitute.com.

Vicki Lee Green Realtors would like to congratulate LaPriel Armijo for being the top salesperson for April 2011. LaPriel has been selling real estate in Garfield County since 1992.



Bonnie Daniels is the top listing agent. Bonnie has been a real estate agent since 1985. Bonnie just celebrated her 25th anniversary with Vicki Lee Green Realtors.

The groundbreaking of the Clean Energy Collective Garfield County Airport Solar Array on April 7 featured reps from Holy Cross Electric, Sunsense Solar, the Clean Energy Collective, Garfield County Airport and Martifer Solar USA. It’s the largest private solar array in Colorado, and the largest community-owned solar array in the nation.

The Colorado Department of Revenue offers Sales/use tax 101 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, June 28, at City Hall in Glenwood Springs. Topics covered include an overview of sales/use tax liabilities, state sales tax licenses, working with tax-exempt transactions, sales/use tax collection for state-collected jurisdictions, general guidelines for filing sales/use tax returns and available resources/electronic services. Preregistration is required at http://www.revenue.state.co.us.

This presentation takes place from 8:30 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 21, at the U.S. Bank Community Room, 1901 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs. It is geared specifically for inventors and entrepreneurs who invest in inventions. It will save new and seasoned inventors and investors tens of thousands of dollars and help attendees avoid common mistakes.


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