For Ford Bronco fans it has been a long wait to see a new Ford Bronco model. The wait is finally over as Ford reveals the 2021 Ford Bronco and Bronco Sport.
An estimated 32,000 Ford employees throughout North America learned Thursday they will remain working from home through June, a company official confirmed to the Free Press.
Ford had announced previously that its remote workforce would return to Ford offices no sooner than January 2021. A vast majority of the workers are U.S.-based.
Kumar Galhotra, president of Ford North America, in the cafeteria at Ford World Headquarters in Dearborn. (Photo: Romain Blanquart, Detroit Free Press)
“The North America workforce was informed this afternoon in a regularly scheduled meeting that is led by Kumar Galhotra, president, Americas and international markets group. It was virtual,” said Cassandra Hayes, Ford manager of transformation communications.
In early September, General Motors said
The city of Rifle is slated to start several projects which will begin this month and carry through the summer.
Waterproofing project: The Ute Theater Foundation will dig up the existing foundation of the Ute Theater and waterproof the concrete to stop leaks. High ground water levels in the past have caused drywall and carpet damage in the Ute Theater. The project funded by a Garfield County Federal Mineral Lease Grant will stop continuous repair of the changing rooms within the theater, and will be completed by mid-June.
Road rebuilding and pedestrian improvements: A rebuilding project will improve the failing Fravert Boulevard and West Fifth to Fairway Avenue. A continuous sidewalk will be added up the hill to Fairway Avenue to provide a safe pedestrian corridor. The project will begin mid-June and continue throughout the summer; 60% of this project’s funding came from the Garfield County Mineral Lease Grant.