Marshal Mike Wilkerson, Norwood’s law enforcement officer, reported last week that he questioned a small crowd of people in town that seemed to be gathering for a mysterious reason. Upon questioning, Wilkerson discovered the appearance of a non-native bird to the Norwood area, which was attr…
Last week, at the Town of Norwood’s monthly meeting, Carrie Andrew met before trustees for updates on the organizations she’s connected with. Andrew told the town she will not be renewing her term with the Norwood Chamber of Commerce. She has now served six years.
At the Town of Norwood’s monthly board meeting Oct. 14, Temojai Inhofe updated trustees about her work with the San Miguel Resource Center (SMRC). Inhofe, a licensed attorney with 20 years of experience, is now working as the full-time SMRC advocate for the West End.
The 2016 property-tax increase passed by a majority of Norwood Fire Protection District voters set in motion the hiring of John Bockrath, Norwood’s fire chief and EMS paramedic four years ago. Now the 4.702 mill levy has helped hire a new EMS paramedic. Matthew Mogg joins the team, and NFPD …
Some in the West End area are expressing disappointment that their political candidate signs are being stolen from their yards. Both Trump and Biden supporters are angry that their yard signs have been taken. According to some, the theft is criminal and should be prosecuted.
Christmas came early to Wright’s Mesa as the Lone Cone Legacy Trust, a local endowment created to preserve and support the area, distributed $8,675 in grants to help community organizations hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic and the downturn in the economy.
Eight-man football is happening after all in Norwood, with practices beginning last Thursday. The Mavericks first game is set for Oct. 9, when the team will travel to play West Grand.
Luke and Molly Lawrence have reopened the Lone Cone Restaurant and Bar, which many folks in Norwood have already experienced first-hand — or at least heard about. Luke Lawrence told The Norwood post on Sunday that he reached out to the building’s owner, Demien Brooks, when he heard the space…
George Boyer Young came to the Telluride area for silver and gold mining at the turn of the 19th century, but discovered the mines were “not conducive to his health.” With lung problems, the surveyor began work in Dry Creek Basin and established a homestead there in 1906.
Even in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, Norwood community leaders are making sure their beloved holiday will still take place. Thanks to a collaboration involving the Wright’s Mesa Historical Society, the Town of Norwood and the Norwood Chamber of Commerce, Pioneer Day will happen Sept. 26.