Dr. David Jensen is excited to announce the rebirth of the WIN Health Institute. The new office is located in downtown Basalt, at 110 Midland Avenue. At this time, the WIN Health Institute will concentrate on providing quality chiropractic care to their many patients in the Roaring Fork Valley. Dr. Jared Carey is a partner in the practice, and his presence extends their chiropractic capabilities and offerings. They will specialize in Sports and Family Chiropractic care.Dr. Jensen has been practicing in the Roaring Fork Valley for the past 15 years, and has always had a passion about chiropractic care and alternative healthcare. He believes that all modalities of healthcare have a place, and conceived and built the WIN Institute as a place for this melding of healthcare disciplines. There were many factors, mainly economic conditions, that dictated the closure and sale of the WIN building, and while Dr. Dave naturally has been appalled and disappointed by the events of the past months, he nevertheless keeps a steadfast faith in the future of integrated medicine.The new office has hours of 9 to 5 Monday thru Friday, and the chiropractors have built an overlapping schedule to be of maximum service to their patients. Dr. Dave sincerely is looking forward to reconnecting with his patients and friends, and invites everyone to drop by the office for a treatment and to say hello. You can make an appointment for a treatment from Dr. Jensen or Dr. Carey by calling the WIN Health Institute at 279-4099 or stopping by the office at 110 Midland Avenue in Basalt.For more information, visit the WIN Health Institute’s website at http://www.WINHealthInstitute.com or contact us at 970-279-4099.
DHM is happy to announce the promotion of Jason Jaynes to the position of Senior Associate. As a Landscape Architect with DHM since 2000, Jason has continuously displayed the qualities, skills, and character necessary to achieve this position. “Jason joined DHM in Carbondale as an intern while finishing up at Kansas State. He is an integral part of our team and has been involved in a diverse array of projects ranging from the Aspen Valley Hospital Master Plan, the River Valley Ranch Design Review Committee and extensive construction improvements for a local residential/equestrian property,” said Principal Laura Kirk. “He excels at the core competencies that we value at DHM: creative and effective design, eagerness to take on new challenges, willingness to extend any effort necessary to provide exceptional client service, and most importantly, a deep passion for our work, our firm, and the people here. “Jason has been involved in a broad range of projects, including large-scale ranch planning, small-town community centers, single family residential design, park & recreation facilities, neighborhood master plans, and affordable housing projects large and small. He enjoys and excels in each phase of a project, from conceptual studies and public process to construction administration. His broad range of skills allows him to roll up his sleeves and draw in real-time at a public process charrette or manage a construction documentation set with equal skill and dedication. Jason has been directly involved in the design and implementation of multiple LEED Certified and sustainably focused projects in the region. He believes that environmental stewardship and designing for functionality & human comfort are inextricable components of the design process and the ultimate, lasting quality of a built project.DHM Design is an employee-owned planning and landscape architecture firm with Colorado offices in lower downtown Denver, Carbondale and Durango. They recently opened an office in Raleigh, North Carolina to service projects in the eastern region of the country. DHM provides a range of services, including landscape architecture, land planning, graphic design and environmental planning to clients nationwide. More information about DHM Design and their employees can be found online at http://www.dhmdesign.com or by calling 970-963-6520.
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Images of mud and debris slides on Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon near Bair Ranch (MM129) taken on Wednesday, Aug 4.