Following is a preview of tomorrow’s headlines
A proposed statewide ban on smoking in Colorado workplaces, including restaurants and bars, could have minimal effect on Glenwood Springs businesses.The majority of our restaurants, and even bars, are non-smoking. For our tourists and the clientele we are trying to attract, I think a smoking ban wouldnt be detrimental, said Marianne Virgili, president of the Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association. It attracts a healthier clientele and can level the playing field, making it easier for bars and establishments on the brink of going non-smoking to do it.Last week, Sen. Dan Grossman, D-Denver, introduced a bill proposing a statewide ban on smoking in workplaces. The Colorado Restaurant Association, the Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry, and the American Lung Association of Colorado (ALAC) all support the Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act, which would ban smoking in indoor venues starting July 1.
Students at Carbondale Community School had a quick review of theater basics on Monday afternoon.Wait until the entire class is on stage before you take a bow, was one. Another: if you have to sniff your armpit on stage, use the arm nearest the audience. And raise it high.Such is the advice of the humorous school-wide production Time and Time Again.The play features all 117 CCS student and takes a what if look at history.
Winning the 2004 Class 3A state football title has motivated five Rifle High School players to attempt to extend their football careers at the collegiate level.This is the most kids with intentions of going on to play college football Ive had since Ive been here, said Rifle head coach Darrel Gorham, who has coached the Bears for 14 years. It tells you what kind of senior leadership we had this year.Jeff Zimmerman, Kyle Sanderson, Zach LaCount, Jeremiah Hobart and Rocky Rauman will all try to play college football in the fall, Gorham announced Monday. He announced the players as a group rather than individually in keeping with the team philosophy Gorham believes led to the teams state title.
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Colorado Parks and Wildlife is urging anglers to stay off the Roaring Fork River between Carbondale and Glenwood Springs during afternoons beginning Saturday.