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Alcance thumbnail Una nueva iniciativa de demócratas del condado de Garfield se base en una campaña del condado de Boulder, codirigida por Ángel Sánchez (izquierda) y Sonia Márquez (derecha). Foto de cortesía Courtesy photo
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Chisme thumbnail Dibujo por Larry Day Dibujo de Larry Day
Dance thumbnail Nicole von Arx, founder of the dance company NVA & Guests, will lead a workshop and class during an upcoming residency with Dance Initiative. Photo by Todd Rosenberg Photo by Todd Rosenberg
Scuttlebutt thumbnail Roaring Fork School District (RFSD) Superintendent Rob Stein will be resigning beginning at the end of this school year, announced a press release on Friday, Jan. 21. A letter from the RFSD Board of Education extended “a sincere thank-you and appreciation to Rob for his nine years of leadership: six as superintendent and three as chief academic officer.” The board seeks to hire the district’s next superintendent by May, to begin in early July. Courtesy photo Courtesy photo
Universe thumbnail By Brian Colley Cartoon by Brian Colley
VVAS thumbnail Artist Jim Harris’ Valley Visual Art Show entry is featured on this year’s poster. Arte de Jim Harris
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    Town receives anonymous donation of downtown acreage

    The Fourth Street Plaza (380 Main Street) and 16 lots surrounding the Thunder River Theatre Company (TRTC) building were quietly donated to the town of Carbondale at the conclusion of 2021. Acceptance of this staggeringly generous donation of over 1.6 acres was tucked into the consent agenda at a virtual… read more →

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    Carbondale remembers Chris Chacos

    By James Steindler

    Carbondale has another guardian angel. Chris Chacos passed away Jan. 19, joining his late wife Terry Chacos in the ever-after. During their time here since the early ‘70s, the two were living-breathing guardian angels to the town, so we are comforted in knowing the job isn’t all… read more →

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    One version of a ‘legacy’

    With the author’s permission, the following article includes excerpts from “Clutter Free Revolution” by Evan Michael Zislis. 

    My aging parents hadn’t had the energy to manage their cluttered living space for a while. Overstuffed cupboards, extra-long extension cords, stacks of must-keep papers mixed with expired two-for-one coupons were all… read more →

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    Truly electrifying: Heat pump retrofits make net zero attainable

    By Dyana Z. Furmansky

    “Heat Pumps, heat pumps, that’s the key,” declares Marty Treadway, program director of the Community Office for Resource Efficiency (CORE). This is the sort of adamant answer he gives homeowners who ask, what equipment can be installed to lower residential utility bills, and preferably, not destroy… read more →

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    Scuttlebutt / Calendar, Jan. 27, 2022

    Crystal Trail

    The White River National Forest has released a draft environmental assessment of the proposed Redstone to McClure Pass Trail project. A public meeting will be held on Feb. 7 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Third Street Center and comments must be received by Feb. 22. Find… read more →

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    ¿Cómo se exhibe el arte?

    Por Vanessa Porras

    El año pasado usé esta columna para motivarlos a iniciar el proceso de crear arte. Comenzar algo nuevo siempre va a ser agobiante. Hay muchísimas cosas que se necesitan aprender y conforme nos desarrollamos en nuestro nuevo medio iremos descubriendo áreas donde nos falta habilidad y experiencia.… read more →

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