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On Friday, Sept. 11, the Book Train in downtown Glenwood Springs will feature local author Jay Cowan, who wrote the book “Hunter S. Thompson: An Insider’s View of Deranged, Depraved, Drugged out Brilliance.”Cowan will be signing books from 5-7 p.m.Stop by and chat with the author.

Sept. 3-24, every Thursday, 9:30-10:30 a.m. outside of E. Dene Moore Care Center, 701 E. Fifth St. in Rifle. See if you and your dog have the disposition for pet therapy in a hospital setting and teach your dog to be the skills to be a therapy pet. For more information and requirements, or if you’d like to shadow a pet therapy team for a day, please call Kaaren 625-6423 or Sandy 625-5416.

The Youthentity (formerly Computers for Kids) computer recycle trailer will be located in the Glenwood Springs High School parking lot (Grand Avenue side) on Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Youthentity collects unwanted computers and related peripherals. There is a small tax-deductible fee to cover refurbishment and recycling. Our student technicians repair, upgrade and rebuild computers that are distributed to students to support their education through our build your own program.For more information call 963-4055 or visit our website at

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