Over the past few years, the health of the Norwood Community Garden (NCG) has been in decline, perhaps due to less use during COVID and to drought and grasshoppers, as well as from age. It’s been 13 years since the first plots were laid out, the fences raised and seeds planted. This summer, …
The Town of Norwood and the Planning and Zoning Board met in a joint meeting about the raw water fill station on the town’s 19 acres that is under contract with Norwood Public School. Since the 19 acres, south of Cottonwood Creek on South Market Street, is being sold, the town needs to retai…
The Colorado State Land Board held a meeting June 5 in Denver, and while the meeting was not open to the public or the media, either in-person or by Zoom, The Norwood Post spoke with Kristen Kemp, the Outreach and Communication Officer for the board.
San Miguel County Commissioners met on May 24 and on their agenda was approval of a six-month moratorium, prohibiting commercial solar and major utility projects located in any and all zone districts within unincorporated San Miguel County.
Norwood High School’s guidance counselor Rick Williams would like to share with the community updates about what’s happening with regard to counseling programs within the district.
It’s been a year since Wide Sky Arts Collective (WSAC) last produced a play on The Livery stage, introducing some new voices to Norwood’s theater-going community and reprising some that have been treading the boards since the inception of theater in the refurbished livery in 2007. This June,…
Norwood-based Blue Grouse Bread just joined a new initiative with the Colorado Grain Chain (CGC) that slightly alters their label with the addition of the CGC co-brand in one of the newest efforts from the Colorado nonprofit organization to increase awareness and value of Colorado-grown grains.
The Wright’s Mesa community came together May 16 at Lone Cone Library with as many as 200 people in what became standing room only, and another 50 or more on Zoom attending remotely, to hear OneEnergy give a presentation on their proposed solar project.
Norwood High School sophomore Cadence Shaw qualified for and podiumed at this past weekend’s Colorado State Track and Field Championships at JeffCo Stadium in Lakewood, Colo., an accomplishment that she said was due to support from several people and her own will to win.
Jason LaFlamme and Ross Dupuis went before town trustees at Norwood’s monthly town meeting on May 10. The two are seeking to replat 24 lots in the old Skalla subdivision that they plan to call Mesa Vista.
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