Salazar schedules visit
People who missed out on the chance to hear from a representative for John Salazar Wednesday are invited to meet the candidate himself Friday at 11 a.m. at the Sacred Grounds coffeehouse in downtown Glenwood Springs. After a brief appearance there, he plans to walk Glenwood neighborhoods.Earlier Friday morning, Salazar is scheduled to fly over areas of natural gas drilling in western Garfield County, and over the Roan Plateau, which the industry is targeting for drilling but environmentalists are hoping to protect.
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