A class at Norwood High School is launching a new radio show on KOTO, 105.3 FM, in Norwood. The show, called “Lunch Break,” will air on Fridays at 12:06 p.m. until 1 p.m. beginning Jan. 18
The third-annual Lone Cone Fat Bike Challenge happens on Jan. 20, and organizer Cullen Barker said some changes are in order for this year’s race.
At the beginning of the 2018-19 school calendar year, A.J. Crocker established her arts-based business, West End Creative Arts, with a mission to offer arts education to local youth in the Norwood area. After what she has said was a successful first semester, new programs are now underway.
People in Norwood may already know Goedele Vanhille, the town’s resident potter. Perhaps they’ve seen her studio on the west side of town. Those who’ve been inside Indian Ridge Bakery this holiday season have likely noticed her postcards on display there, too.
At the Town of Norwood’s monthly meeting, held on Dec. 12, town officials discussed their budget, which was approved last week. The meeting included a phone presentation audit with Brian Blair, an auditor who was contracted to look at the town’s financial statements.
Though the purchase is not final yet, Scott Romaine, the owner and operator of The Divide restaurant in Norwood, is moving forward with acquiring the building that Happy Belly Deli has occupied.
With the basketball season in full-swing, the Lady Mavericks are putting in their time on the court, working hard on skills and drills. Head Coach Warren Taylor said he has high hopes for the girls this year.
Jacob Gordon, of Norwood Public Schools, just received news that he’s been awarded a special state FFA grant. Gordon, who applied for the grant earlier this fall, said he was pleased, although also “kind of surprised” to hear the news.
Snow is in the forecast for this weekend on Wright’s Mesa, and officials from the Norwood Nordic Association (NNA) hope that means that the Busted Arm Draw area will be open for skiers then.
For the last two years, since Blue Grouse Bread was established, the owners — a cousin duo from the New England area, Hannah and Ben Rossman — have wanted to establish a thriving grain economy locally. Now, they’re helping host a grain farming “talk” to keep the community engaged.