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A public meeting/workshop for the Garfield County Commissioners will be at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 16, at the County Fairgrounds Event Center, 1001 Railroad Ave. in Rifle. A presentation and discussion concerning the Divide Creek hydrological study is on the agenda.

The city of Glenwood Springs has contracted with Heyl LLC to replace 1,000 feet of aging water main in Sixth Street, between Pine Street and the Center for the Arts. Work will begin March 20, and is expected to last for six weeks. The entire street will be repaved at the completion of the project. During construction, motorists may experience delays or detours in the area. Questions about the project may be directed to the city engineering department at 384-6435.

A Carbondale candidate forum is planned from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, March 23, at the Carbondale Town Hall, 511 Colorado Ave. The moderator will be John Masters of Grassroots TV. The event is presented by The Valley Journal and Carbondale Chamber of Commerce.

The staff of Paradise Day Spa is conducting an essay contest in partnership with The Heart Truth, a national awareness campaign warning women about their risk of heart disease. See The heart truth features a red dress as the symbol for women and heart disease awareness.Submit an essay one page or less of what makes your mother unique and special, why she wants or needs a makeover and at least one statement about women and heart disease being the No. 1 cause of death in women. Draw a picture of your mother in a red dress and submit with your essay on a separate sheet of paper.Include your mothers address and phone number so Paradise Day Spa may send her a gift card for her free makeover.This contest is open to children of all ages.The winner will receive a free makeover for their mother at Paradise Day Spa. All essays/pictures must be received by May 9. Send to:Paradise Day Spa 2520 Grand Ave., Suite 102Glenwood Springs, CO 81601For more information, contact Paradise Day Spa at 928-9782.

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