At last Wednesday’s town meeting, Norwood’s regular monthly meeting, Carrie Andrew spoke on behalf of the Chamber of Commerce to ask town trustees about judging the annual Pioneer Day parade. This year, Pioneer Day happens on Sept. 28. Trustees agreed to judge the floats in the parade, which…
Norwood Public School is ranked among the top of all public districts in Colorado. The state’s Department of Education recently released the accreditation ratings for all Colorado school districts for the 2018-19 school year.
Vesicular Stomatitis (VS) is now in San Miguel County, as many have predicted. Now, equine owners are hoping that their horses don’t get it, or the virus passes quickly, if they do.
The Norwood Planning and Zoning Board met Monday night at the Norwood Community Center to discuss the town’s land use code, specifically landscaping and sign regulations.
Last Wednesday night, approximately 80 people showed up in attendance of the Town of Norwood’s monthly meeting. On the agenda was the consideration of a moratorium on development, designed to temporarily freeze development in the town.
Representatives of the Lone Cone Library in Norwood have received what they say is big — and surprising — news: The local library has been selected as the recipient of the 2019 Colorado Association of Libraries (CAL) Library of the Year. Last week, library director Carrie Andrew said she was…
At the Town of Norwood’s monthly meeting in July, public works director Tim Lippert said the town is still planning for the chip seal work to be completed on local roads, though he cannot say when it will happen. The process, which is cheaper than asphalt, was supposed to be completed in June.
At the beginning of the Town of Norwood’s monthly meeting, held on July 10, Mayor Kieffer Parrino made an announcement before the public comment regarding the possibility of a Dollar General store being established in Norwood.
Tim Lippert, Norwood public works director, told The Norwood Post on Monday that the town’s new raw water system is functioning well, and that officials from the town, the Norwood Water Commission, along with customers, appear to be pleased.
Katie Alexander is reminding all in Norwood to get ready for the town’s annual dessert contest, the event that kicks off the San Miguel Basin Fair each year. This year, the contest is July 13, with judging starting at 4 p.m., an hour earlier than usual.