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    The price of healing

    Photos by Laurel Smith
    Story by Ericka Kelly

    The Roaring Fork Valley, as do other affluent regions of Colorado, has a plethora of resources as diverse as its population.

    One demographic of individuals who benefit from these resources are individuals who have sustained spinalread more →

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    Obituary: Stuart R. Vanderhurst, Jr.

    Feb. 20, 1940 – Sept. 7, 2019

    It is with sorrowful hearts that we announce the passing of Stuart Randall “Randy” Vanderhurst Jr. on September 7th, 2019, at St. Anthony’s Hospital in Lakewood, Colorado.  He was diagnosed with “nasty” pneumonia and a “bad malignancy.” Althoughread more →

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    Obituary: June Nightingale

    Jan. 14, 1934 – Aug. 13, 2019

    June Nightingale passed away surrounded by family on August 13, 2019, in Durango, CO. She was 85.

    She was born Anita June King in Wellington, TX on January 14, 1934. She grew up in Childress,read more →

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    Obituary: Robert Gordon Buck

    Aug. 5, 1952 – Aug. 24, 2019

    Robert (Bob) Gordon Buck, 67, of Carbondale, passed away Aug. 24, 2019 at home as a result of cancer.  His wife, Janet, and his kitty were by his side.  

    Bob was born in Saranac Lake, NY to Gordon andread more →

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    Obituary: Rae Ann Hunter

    In her own words, Rae Ann Hunter “lived life to the fullest”.  She passed from this earth on the 13th of July, this year. She even accomplished her last goal — she qualified for Medicare by a couple of weeks.

    Except for the unlucky cancer genes, she… read more →

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    Fresh artists highlight Redstone’s 24th annual art show

    Redstone’s annual art show is just around the corner!

    The 24th Annual Labor Day Weekend Redstone Art Foundation Show and Sale will kick off at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 30, with a reception celebrating the arts in the Crystal River Valley. The public is invitedread more →

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    Obituary: Ian Hause

    Our beloved Ian Hause passed away peacefully in his sleep on the morning of July 21 at the age of 54 while among friends in Colorado Springs pursuing a course in personal growth.

    He was born in Santa Barbara, California on June 24, 1965read more →

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    An updated historic walking tour of downtown Carbondale

    The Carbondale Historical Society has long offered a brochure with information on local landmarks, but until recently it mostly only included information you can already get on the plaques around town. Society President recently revamped the tour with the local “Hiking through Colorado’s Past” meetup group as a test… read more →

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    High-speed internet goes live in Mid and Crystal River valleys

    Beginning July 1, new broadband (high-speed internet) service will be available to residents of the Crystal River Valley, areas of Old Snowmass and in the mid-valley El Jebel area.

    Improvements to Pitkin County’s existing mountaintop tower sites have made it possible for high-speed internet providers to serve rural… read more →

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    The Bard comes to Basalt

    After a 12-year run in Aspen, the Hudson Reed Ensemble is moving Shakespeare in the Park to Basalt this summer.

    HRE Artistic Director Kent Reed said the move was a year in the making and was necessary because of the loss of rehearsal and performance space in Aspen.… read more →