Norwood Post

San Miguel County Commissioners discussed the current water situation regarding the San Miguel River during a regular meeting Wednesday, June 27, in Norwood. 

Norwood Post

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. 

Norwood Post

For more than 30 years, Katie Alexander has been running the dessert contest that traditionally opens the San Miguel Basin Fair. Alexander, though, doesn’t want kudos for her role; instead, she just wants people to participate, as well as come out and enjoy one of the fair’s biggest celebrations. 

Norwood Post

There’s a new cop in town. Some people in Norwood may have already noticed, or have been introduced to him. On June 19, Norwood town officials swore in Quinten Stump as deputy marshal. He will serve under Marshal Mike Wilkerson, who has been keeping the peace for the last eight years. 

Norwood Post

Much is happening in Norwood’s Town Park area. A new splash pad (water play area for youth) and pickleball courts for people of all ages are currently under construction. It’s all happening because of the $170,000 grant the town received this spring from Great Outdoors Colorado.

Norwood Post

Dana Saxton wasn’t always a small-town girl, but these days there’s no place she’d rather be than Nucla. Community, she said, is a value important to her, and it’s one that she’s working to build in the West End.

Norwood Post

Battle ropes, sandbags, a T-bar and rings are headed to Norwood’s football field this weekend. So are tires, a pull-up bar and an agility ladder. Those who practice the CrossFit method of exercising are likely familiar with this type of equipment; those who don’t may be wondering what it all…

Norwood Post

With little rain this spring and extreme drought conditions in the local area, many agencies have enacted fire restrictions. Norwood Fire Chief Joe Conway said he admits the news is disappointing for campers and other recreationists this summer, but fire bans are necessary to prevent additio…

Norwood Post

Officials with the Norwood Water Commission decided last week to further restrict water usage in town. The additional restrictions come after initial restrictions were implemented earlier this spring, when the commission first mandated that residents use water on either even or odd days to c…

Norwood Post

Madison Shambaugh — known as Mustang Maddy in the horse world — was recently featured in the national magazine Cowgirl — a publication that showcases renown western women like Reba McEntire, Miranda Lambert and Fallon Taylor. The media outlet put Shambaugh, who is based in Ridgway, on their …

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. 

For more than 30 years, Katie Alexander has been running the dessert contest that traditionally opens the San Miguel Basin Fair. Alexander, though, doesn’t want kudos for her role; instead, she just wants people to participate, as well as come out and enjoy one of the fair’s biggest celebrations. 

There’s a new cop in town. Some people in Norwood may have already noticed, or have been introduced to him. On June 19, Norwood town officials swore in Quinten Stump as deputy marshal. He will serve under Marshal Mike Wilkerson, who has been keeping the peace for the last eight years. 

Much is happening in Norwood’s Town Park area. A new splash pad (water play area for youth) and pickleball courts for people of all ages are currently under construction. It’s all happening because of the $170,000 grant the town received this spring from Great Outdoors Colorado.

Dana Saxton wasn’t always a small-town girl, but these days there’s no place she’d rather be than Nucla. Community, she said, is a value important to her, and it’s one that she’s working to build in the West End.

Battle ropes, sandbags, a T-bar and rings are headed to Norwood’s football field this weekend. So are tires, a pull-up bar and an agility ladder. Those who practice the CrossFit method of exercising are likely familiar with this type of equipment; those who don’t may be wondering what it all…

With little rain this spring and extreme drought conditions in the local area, many agencies have enacted fire restrictions. Norwood Fire Chief Joe Conway said he admits the news is disappointing for campers and other recreationists this summer, but fire bans are necessary to prevent additio…

Officials with the Norwood Water Commission decided last week to further restrict water usage in town. The additional restrictions come after initial restrictions were implemented earlier this spring, when the commission first mandated that residents use water on either even or odd days to c…

Madison Shambaugh — known as Mustang Maddy in the horse world — was recently featured in the national magazine Cowgirl — a publication that showcases renown western women like Reba McEntire, Miranda Lambert and Fallon Taylor. The media outlet put Shambaugh, who is based in Ridgway, on their …

The Lone Cone Library board broke ground on the library’s new site May 23, and officials say they were pleased with both the community turnout and the progress of the project.