The Norwood Park and Recreation District (NPRD) is doing its best, considering a lack of snow and cold temperatures this time of year.
Big-city emergency medical services strive to arrive on scene in under eight minutes. Professionally staffed and well-equipped EMS organizations can usually achieve this goal with at least 90 percent of their calls. However, in rural areas like Norwood, it’s rare for an ambulance to arrive t…
Erin Walter, meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Grand Junction, had a little good news, mixed with some greater bad news for The Norwood Post this week. While the drought may have let up just a little, unfortunately the short-term and long-term outlooks for precipitation don’t…
There seems to be much holiday spirit happening this year in Norwood. Traditional festivities will take place, with new celebrations making their debut this year too.
District 3 San Miguel County Commissioner Kris Holstrom and Norwood Mayor Pro-Tem Candy Meehan are working together to make sure Norwood has water in the future.
For Jaidyn Platt, a senior at Norwood High School who will graduate in May, it only made sense for her to begin interning with the Norwood Town Marshal. Her career plan is to work in law enforcement. Now assisting town marshal Kattie Neesham since September, Platt is updating important paper…
At last week’s monthly Town Board of Trustees meeting in Norwood, town clerk Amanda Pierce reminded the trustees that the town was in the process of hiring a beautification liaison. Trustees had two proposals in front of them to review for that position.
On Nov. 10, at the town’s monthly board meeting, marshal Kattie Neesham gave trustees several updates on the marshal’s department in her report.
At last week’s monthly Norwood Town Board of Trustees meeting, town officials discussed the idea of adding a courtroom onto the Norwood Community Center and Norwood Town Hall. Amanda Pierce, town clerk, told the board she was looking into a revitalization grant that could help offset costs.
A social media thread over the weekend left some school community stakeholders upset, as tensions were building in anticipation of a regular school board meeting that was scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 16.