Dear Readers,Sunday Puzzler fans, I have heard your plea.Your campaign to bring back the old Sunday Puzzler was effective. Starting this Sunday, the United Media Sunday Puzzler will appear on our features page. Enjoy!For all you New York Times Sunday Puzzle fans, don’t despair. We are moving the more challenging puzzle to the Friday Options section, starting next week.This week, you will miss your brain-bending puzzle. But look for it next Friday, and from then on, in the Friday Options section.I hope this will keep all you crossword fanatics happy.-Voting on Locals’ Choice continues for one more week.Today, the ballot is inside Options. It will appear again on Monday and Tuesday for the last time.All ballots are due by 5 p.m. on Friday, April 26. You may mail them to the Post Independent at P.O. Box 550, Glenwood Springs, CO 81602, or drop them by our office at 2014 Grand Ave., right across the street from Safeway.Ballots may also be dropped off in Rifle at the Citizen Telegram office and in Carbondale at the Valley Journal office.Winners will be announced at a party here at the paper on Thursday, May 23, and a special section will be included in the Friday, May 24, paper listing all the winners and those who came close.This is your yearly chance to speak out on what – and who – is really great in our valley.Be sure to pick up a copy of Sunday’s paper.The editorial staff has put together a neat package of stories and photos of some very special people. It’s in recognition of National Volunteer Week, which runs from April 21-27.Read about your neighbors, young and young-at-heart, who give of their time to make this valley a better place to live.Sunday’s paper will also reveal the newest person to step into the political spotlight in Garfield County, and show off the high-stepping sprinters competing in Saturday’s Demon Invitational track meet.-And one last reminder: I am still hanging out every Tuesday morning at The Market at Summit Canyon, under the clock tower in downtown Glenwood Springs at Eighth and Grand, to take comments from readers.Stop in between 7:30 and 9 a.m., grab a copy of the day’s paper and let me know what’s on your mind.We will be making some changes in the paper over the next few months, and I want to hear what you like and what you wish for.Heather McGregor is Managing Editor of the Glenwood Springs Post Independent.
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