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Great news again this year.Thats what Roaring Fork School District Re-1 Superintendent Fred Wall had to say in a press release about school accountability reports the Colorado Department of Education released Tuesday. The annual reports rate each of the states schools based on academic performance and growth during the 2004-05 school year.Based on last years scores, high school ACT scores and other factors, academic growth was rated on a continuum ranging from significant decline to significant improvement, and academic performance ratings ranged from unsatisfactory to excellent.
An explosion at a William Production compressor station between Rifle and Rulsion set off a big boom and a blast of fire that was heard and felt for nearly a one-mile radius early Tuesday morning.No one was injured in the accident.The blaze, located about 200 yards from Interstate 70 off Anvil Points Road, five miles west of Rifle south of the interstate, and was seen by many commuters on their way to work.The first call about the fire was made to authorities shortly after 7 a.m.. The building was engulfed in flames, but no serious injuries were reported.
Bryce Enewold had a remarkable season for the Rifle Bears football team. The senior caught dozens of passes as a wideout, ran for multiple touchdowns as a running back and made his fair share of tackles as a defensive end.But on Tuesday the Western Slope League honored him for something other than those accomplishments, naming him WSL Special Team Player of the Year.
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Glenwood Springs Police Chief Joseph Deras lamented his department’s inability to maintain a constant presence downtown during a virtual public forum Monday night.