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I-70 closed due to semi fire near Glenwood Springs

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Glenwood Springs Airport will have changes both large and small going into next year. Hangar leasing prices are slated to increase in 2023, but not by too much, and changes will still need to be presented to the Glenwood Springs City Council and voted on. The airport has received a lot of critical care this year, with an asphalt repaving and a new incoming fueling system.
Published 4 months ago · Glenwood Springs, United States

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I-70 eastbound reopens, westbound still closed from Glenwood Springs to Dotsero due to vehicle fire

One eastbound lane of Interstate 70 from Glenwood Springs to Dotsero has reopened after a vehicle fire closed both directions of the interstate for several hours, the Colorado Department of Transportation says.The westbound lane is still closed, according to the DOT.The closure was first reported about 6 a.m. #I70 eastbound: Left lane closed due to a vehicle fire between Exit 114 – West Glenwood and Exit 133 – Dotsero. https://t.co/axIgP9nGgQ— C…

4 months ago·Denver, United States
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I-70 closed due to semi fire near Glenwood Springs

The Colorado Department of Transportation says Interstate 70 is closed in both directions near Glenwood Springs due to a vehicle fire.

4 months ago·Denver, United States
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Semi crash, fire closes I-70 in Glenwood Canyon

GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colo. — Interstate 70 is closed in both directions between Dotsero and Glenwood Springs due to a semi crash and fire.Trooper Josh Lewis, public information officer with the Colorado State Patrol, said the crash happened near milemarker 118, which is between the exit for Dotsero and the exit for West Glenwood for Glenwood Canyon. Both eastbound and westbound lanes were closed as of 6 a.m., according to the Colorado Department of…

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Updates and minor price increases at Glenwood Springs Airport

Glenwood Springs Airport will have changes both large and small going into next year. Hangar leasing prices are slated to increase in 2023, but not by too much, and changes will still need to be presented to the Glenwood Springs City Council and voted on. The biggest change will be the airport charging $.57 a square foot instead of charging a lease at $660 per plane that fits in space. “It makes the fees fair for all,” said Cristi Newton, the Gl…

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