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In a continuing effort to provide the highest quality service to the town of Silt, Waste Management is exchanging 18-gallon recycling bins to one, 96-gallon recycle tote. Due to this change, Silt residents will be able to recycle much more.

As a Silt resident, Meriya Stickler is happy about the new change. “We will definitely recycle more with this container,” she said. “Recycling will be easier, and our garage and our neighborhood will be cleaner than before because the container is covered.”

Dr. Jason Miranov, chiropractor with the WIN Health Institute in Glenwood, wants his patients and prospective patients to know he has new office hours for his Glenwood Springs patients. He welcomes patients from 7 a.m. and after 5 p.m. weekdays. The WIN Health Institute’s Glenwood Office address is 1512 Grand Ave. Suite 108.



Dr. Jason Miranov recently moved to the Roaring Fork Valley from Oklahoma, and specializes in sports and family chiropractic care.

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.



New Castle Family Fitness welcomes Brittany Glock, personal trainer and group instructor. Brittany is an experienced multi-sport athlete and coach who “walks the walk.” With her experience in everything from yoga and boxing to soccer and distance running, Brittany keeps it fresh and motivating. Common side-effects of her workouts include dramatic results and a burning desire to keep at it. Brittany is an ISSA certified personal trainer as well as an AFFA certified aerobics Instructor. Brittany is personal training and instructing at New Castle Family Fitness as well as Accelerate in Glenwood. To schedule your complimentary appointment with Brittany, call 984-3200.

The first of the Colorado Workforce Centers series of free roundtable discussions for businesses, “Wage and Hour” is presented by Mark Kochman of the Colorado Department of Labor from 9-10:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 5, at the Rifle and Glenwood Springs Colorado Mountain College campuses via the CMC Internal Video System. Topics include Colorado’s minimum wage, tipped employees, overtime and breaks, wage and employment laws and Colorado youth laws. For information, call the Glenwood Workforce Center (945-8638) or Rifle Workforce Center (625-5627).

Do you know what it takes to start your own business? In this overview, you’ll learn the steps to take to launch your new business venture, including legal structures, required licenses and forms, tax requirements and financing considerations. Bring all of your questions about launching your business and meet others who are doing the same. The class, presented by Presented by Jim Olp of the Colorado SBDC Network, runs from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, at Colorado Mountain College Glenwood Springs Center, 1402 Blake Ave. Cost is $35 ( CMC Course #: BUS-901-GW01). For information, call 945-5158.


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