The new library in Norwood is now underway, and many who’ve passed by the construction site on the south side of town have already noticed that the main part of the steel structure has gone up.
There’s a new head coach for the Norwood Maverick football team this year. John Hickey began work both in the classroom and on the field earlier this month. Last week, Hickey sat down with The Norwood Post to answer questions about his coaching experience and his decision to come to Norwood.
The Town of Norwood held its monthly meeting Aug. 8, and then town officials discussed a variety of business items.
Pete Theodore “Bud” Spor, Junior turned 90 on July 30, and his family has been helping him celebrate the milestone.
The board of directors for the Lone Cone Legacy Trust said they’re working on communicating their organization’s greater purpose. Sheila Grother, secretary of the trust, said it’s true that fundraising and making small grants are important things for the trust to do. “But goal is to ultimate…
Norwood School senior Raquel Johnson just returned from the nation’s capital after attending the weeklong Washington Journalism and Media Conference, an annual event sponsored by George Mason University that invites teen leaders to work as youth correspondents.
While the annual San Miguel Basin Fair and Rodeo takes place this weekend, another type of rodeo happens at the fairgrounds this summer, too. On Aug. 18, Ron Ghaffari will host the area’s first equipment rodeo, a fun event for spectators that showcases heavy equipment run by skilled operators.
For the last 50 years, Darlene Rummel has been driving Norwood kids to and from school. She started in 1968, and now has been the bus driver for as many as three generations of Norwood families.
San Miguel County Commissioners discussed the current water situation regarding the San Miguel River during a regular meeting Wednesday, June 27, in Norwood.
This time of year, most people on Wright’s Mesa are expecting the rains to fall. July usually marks the start of monsoon season, during which storms happen —sometimes daily — in the afternoons.