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Construction site for new Homeward Bound of the Grand Valley project to construct 3-story building with 40 permanent apartments for homeless people at 564 29 Road. Right now, its just a hole in the ground, but construction workers are present.


Project aims to give shelter, other services to homeless

By next spring, not only will the Grand Valley’s homeless have some temporary digs to stay in, but they also will be close to other support services designed to help them get back on their feet.

Garfield, school official part ways

A resolution hastily added to a Garfield Re-2 School Board agenda and approved unanimously Tuesday morning will allow the board’s president and secretary to sign a separation agreement promising Superintendent Susan Birdsey up to $220,000 in exchange for her resignation.


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