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10.Elected officials agree: Look into a new Garfield County bus systemSolution could involve fresh start or a new relationship with RFTA.9.Ironbridge affordable housing released from bankruptcyOpen house for available units this Saturday. 8.Attorney: Civil lawsuits settled over wildfire near CarbondaleThose affected reach accord with Larry Gerbaz.7.Garfield County set for gas-well ‘intervention’Garfield County may end up intervening in a proposal by Antero Resources, a gas drilling company that wants to drill wells in and around the Battlement Mesa community in the western end of the county.6.Rifle’s Burgess, Massey to play in collegeHard-working Bears ink their letters of intent on signing day.5.Williams pays out $4.5 million in delinquent taxesAudit reveals company underpaid its production taxes from 2002 to 2005.4.Quarrying the perfect 56-ton blockIn 1921, the remains of an unknown soldier from World War I were exhumed from an American cemetery in France.3.Virgili recognized for 25 years at the Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort AssociationMarianne Virgili was recognized Saturday evening for her 25 years working at the Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association.2.Family moved around opening Chinese restaurantsDiana Kaufman was born Jang Wen Shan in Taiwan. 1.An enduring and worthy legacyFormer area probation officer, who died last month, left a lasting impression through work with district drug court.

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