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Tag: Norwood

UP BEAR CREEK | Quick Picking and High Peaks

06/17/14 | By | 699 views More

Welcome festival-goers. This is one of Telluride’s biggest weekends of the year.

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Respecting Wilderness

The 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act of 1964 is here.

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UP BEAR CREEK | No California Dreaming for Now

06/14/14 | By | 677 views More

A blown gasket puts end end to plans to drive to San Francisco.

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Connecting Consumers to Locally Produced Food and Crafts

06/12/14 | By | 61 views More
Connecting Consumers to Locally Produced Food and Crafts

Not your typical farmer’s market, the Norwood Farm and Craft Market not only has plenty of local vendors offering fresh produce, meats, baked goods, and preserves, but it also offers plenty of agricultural knowledge for residents looking to keep their own gardens healthy and bountiful.

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UP BEAR CREEK | Lost in the Tubercentric Soil

06/06/14 | By | 658 views More

Instead of several pounds of potato varieties, Wright’s Mesa spuds man Art Goodtimes is going to stick with his Survival Red.

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UP BEAR CREEK | Cruising Into Summer With Telluride Mountainfilm 2014

05/23/14 | By | 668 views More

Stop by the Mason’s Hall over Timberline Ace Hardware on Main Street, where Art Goodtimes is emceeing for Mountainfilm.

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SPORTS BRIEFS | Wright Stuff Challenge 5k/10k and Bike Race Fundraiser June 28

05/22/14 | By | 340 views More
SPORTS BRIEFS | Wright Stuff Challenge 5k/10k and Bike Race Fundraiser June 28

June 29 Golf Tournament Benefits MHS Girls Basketball…Register for Telluride Foundation July 4 Rundola Now

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Construction Springs to Life

05/15/14 | By | 107 views More
Construction Springs to Life

Marked increases in building permits issued and the valuation of those permits, especially in Montrose, Montrose County and Telluride suggest that construction may be on the rebound.

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Norwood Sculptor Rodney Alan Shaw had a ‘Sneaking Fondness for Calming Beauty’

05/14/14 | By | 390 views More
Norwood Sculptor Rodney Alan Shaw had a ‘Sneaking Fondness for Calming Beauty’

Rodney Shaw’s extensive background and training combined to create a fine sculptor.

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Third Grade TCAP Scores Show Slight Dip Over 2013

05/09/14 | By | 183 views More

Testing shows drops in Montrose, Ouray and San Miguel counties’ third-graders’ reading proficiency.

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UP BEAR CREEK | WEBA Hosts First Meeting in Norwood

05/08/14 | By | 503 views More

Any cyclists out there are encouraged to attend an organizing meeting on Tuesday, May 13, at the Gordon Glockson building in Norwood.

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Two Fires Sparked Near Norwood

04/17/14 | By | 77 views More

Norwood fire crews and the county sheriff’s office responded to two fires in Norwood on Saturday afternoon.

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County Moves Forward With Envisioned Transit Authority

04/10/14 | By | 84 views More

In a unanimous vote, the San Miguel County Commissioners last week became the first local government to move forward with the creation of a regional transit authority.

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National Service Recognition Day

National Service Recognition Day

Editor: Service to others is a hallmark of the American character and central to how communities meet their challenges and, increasingly, the nation’s mayors are turning to national service programs like AmeriCorps and volunteerism as a cost-effective strategy to meet community needs. AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteers increase the impact of the organizations they serve, both through […]

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Norwood Boys and Girls Off to State Tournament

03/12/14 | By | 66 views More
Norwood Boys and Girls Off to State Tournament

The Norwood High School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams compete for the State Championships on Thursday; it’s the girls’ fourth consecutive visit, and the boys’ third.

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