Tuesday’s Four Mile Road closure caused by man discharging firearm into air, Garfield County Sheriff’s Office says
Garfield County Sheriff’s deputies responded Tuesday evening to a man allegedly shooting a shotgun in the air at Four Mile Road near Glenwood Springs, a spokesperson said.
Two juveniles were detained Thursday in Carbondale, and police across the country are apparently on alert for students acting out on a new social media challenge to shoot people with non-lethal gel beads.
There aren’t too many ways to make a living in Leslie and Maritza Corral’s hometown in Mexico.
A developer is proposing to build a neighborhood between West 16th Street and 14th Street Marketplace in Rifle with locally manufactured houses.
The Roaring Fork School District Board of Education on Wednesday formally approved its contract with new superintendent Jesús Rodríguez, including some board member comments justifying his $220,000 salary level.
Rick Holt, chief academic officer for the Roaring Fork School District and a former Carbondale Middle School principal, will be leaving to become superintendent of schools in the Archuleta County School District.
More than 60 art vendors are scheduled to offer their wares Saturday, Sunday and Monday beneath the Grand Avenue Bridge as part of the Glenwood Arts Festival.
UPDATE 10:34 P.M.: Four Mile Road is now reopened in both directions.
Two students were named recipients of the Levi Scott Dunlap Memorial Foundation during Rifle High School’s Senior Awards Banquet on Tuesday, a news release states.
A red flag warning is in effect for Garfield County from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, a Garfield County alert states. No open burning is advised.
Emma Poole is no stranger to blood, sweat and tears.
Every year on the Friday before Memorial Day, community members gather to honor the veterans who have been laid to rest at Rosebud Cemetery in Glenwood Springs by placing flags at their graves, a tradition…
Aspen Times Weekly outdoors columnist Ted Mahon reports on new trails, campsites, and first e-bikes at Fruita’s mountain biking gem at 18 Road.
Without a sense of accomplishment, Rifle High School senior Skylar Thompson gets anxious.
The Pitkin County commissioners want to ensure that every effort is made to include longtime local families in a study that will look at access and use of the Maroon Bells Scenic Area.
The Eagle Board of County Commissioners authorized three new housing programs Tuesday, each of which targets a different strategy for assisting local buyers, renters and homeowners during the ongoing housing crisis.
Independence Pass opened for the season on Thursday, giving visitors and locals alike another way in or out of Aspen for the summer.
Volunteers young and old showed up to Rosebud Cemetery in Glenwood Springs on Friday afternoon to honor the fallen veterans by placing flags at their graves in preparation for Memorial Day weekend. Services for Memorial…
The residents behind “Slow Down in Town” and “Take a Minute,” have a new idea for encouraging Grand Avenue travelers to slow down — killing them with kindness.