The Healthy Rivers Youth Water Summit brought together water policy experts, decision makers and more than 100 students from Roaring Fork Valley middle and high schools to learn about and discuss water issues.
Garfield County veteran services officer Lisa Reed-Scott urges the community to show appreciation for our local veterans.
After last week's cold, snowy weather, snowmaking operations continued at Sunlight during the colder nighttime and morning hours through the weekend. Weather permitting, Sunlight could open early.
This Halloween we challenged our Citizen Telegram editor and western Garfield County reporter Kyle Mills to show us his pumpkin carving skills at the CT office in downtown Rifle. Mills did not disappoint and created...
This week we went on a hunt for the spookiest outdoor Halloween decorations across Glenwood Springs and were not disappointed!
Ute leaders, singers and dancers share their culture for the first Indigenous Peoples Day in Carbondale. Event organizers see environmental benefits to thinking indigenous peoples.
New indoor facility will help with the testing of new equipment, technology, and provide the ability to fly drones no matter the conditions in western Colorado
A mountain lion crossed Highway 82 Wednesday, and may have been hit by a car. That's a reminder to be aware of wildlife on the roads.
When the whales began breaching the surface of the water at Costa Rica’s Marino Ballena National Park less than 100 feet from our tour boat, we, along with the other 17 “tourists” on board, gasped...
Sixth grader Alice Cleaver likes the more hands-on, and less eyes-on approach to science learning at St. Stephen School in Glenwood Springs. That’s because the new STEM lab microscopes — purchased out of a $50,000...
Post Independent Senior Reporter and Rotary Club of Carbondale President John Stroud talks about his journey as a community reporter in the Roaring Fork Valley.
Garfield School District 16 and Parachute/Battlement Mesa Park and Recreation District opens high and low ropes course challenging students to focus of team and confidence building.
Out of Tuesday's Longevity discussion came a few key takeaways about how to maintain a positive mental well-being, and to help others do the same.
Nadine Roberts Cornish was the speaker of the fourth Longevity Project micro-session event hosted by the Glenwood Springs Post Independent at Glenwood Springs Library on Tuesday, September 10. Before the event, the senior advisor and...
Cindy Winters hadn’t hiked Hanging Lake since 2003, but for her 60th birthday, it was the one thing she wanted to do. “Out of all the hikes that I have ever hiked, this one-mile hike...
Saturday's Rally the Valley drew more than 600 people who either walked or floated the Colorado River in support of integrative therapy services at the Calaway Young Cancer Center in Glenwood Springs.
Longevity Project, Striking a Conversation: Mental Health For All Ages, continues Tuesday with micro-session featuring Sonja Linman
The Glenwood Springs Post Independent’s Longevity Project, Striking a Conversation: Mental Health For All Ages, continues Sept. 3 with a micro-session featuring Sonja Linman. Linman works as a prevention specialist with the Roaring Fork...
We are holding onto summer with a day out in Parachute, on one of the calmer stretches of the Colorado River in Garfield County — perfect for floating, tubing and kayaking.
Colorado Mountain College is looking to the future with two new buildings and a renovated student center at the Spring Valley campus.
Today is Peter Baumann's first day as the new Glenwood Springs Post Independent editor. The Wyoming native is hoping to hear from the community as he takes the newsroom lead.