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Norwood town trustee Shawn Fallon is aiming to establish a disc golf course in the area. Fallon said he and others in the community have had the dream for some time. Now, he’s serious about establishing both a practice course, and a more challenging one, too. 

The Lone Cone Library’s new facility is set to open on May 6, after the last year of construction. This past Saturday, the library board took a few select community leaders for a preview of the new site. Director Carrie Andrew said the tour was invitation only. 

With the onset of spring, many on Wright’s Mesa are discussing water and the summer’s irrigation outlook. Last year, the Norwood area, which relies on the Gurley Reservoir, suffered. Ranchers had trouble making hay, restrictions went into place for outside watering in town and residents were…

Many people in Norwood have lately been discussing the issue of speeding and unsafe driving on local roads. Last summer, Raymond “Mex” Snyder asked The Norwood Post to start publishing photographs of crash scenes to make the public aware of what can happen as a result of speeding, illegal pa…

Last week, astronomy enthusiasts Creighton Wood, Bob Grossman and Val Szwarc had much to celebrate. Their three-year mission of putting Norwood on the map as an International Dark-Sky Association community was complete. Now, Norwood is on a worldwide list of destinations ideal for viewing th…

Since the announcement of the New Horizon Mine closure (which happened on Jan. 24) and the Tri-State Generation and Transmission power plant in Nucla by 2022, many have questioned how the West End economy will sustain itself. Deana Sheriff, director of the West End Economic Development Corpo…

Last summer, the FRESH Food Hub in Norwood supplied 30 families in Mountain Village with CSA (community supported agriculture) produce boxes. The 14-week program was funded by the Town of Mountain Village, which had a surplus of funds the town wanted to use for low-income community members, …