Stuff by Amy Hadden Marsh

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    Our Town: Mountain Maes, a fifth-generation Carbondalian

    You may have heard the dulcet tones of 16-year old Mountain Maes spinning some jazz sides on KDNK last Saturday night. Or perhaps you’ve heard his stories, public affairs shows and music sets on the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program (AZYEP) for almost a decade. Mountain’s dream, to be… read more →

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    Redstone to McClure Pass Trail: Not a simple yes or no

    White River National Forest (WRNF) officials are taking public comment on the Redstone to McClure Pass Trail, a seven-mile segment of the proposed 83-mile Carbondale to Crested Butte Trail (CCBT). 

    Pitkin County Commissioners approved the CCBT plan in 2018. Five miles of the seven-mile segment wouldread more →

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    Trophy hunting ban bill dies in committee

    That was fast. Senate Bill 31 — a measure that would have prohibited trophy hunting of mountain lions, bobcats and lynx in Colorado — was introduced in the state legislature on Jan. 12 and, less than 30 days later, died in committee. The state Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee,… read more →

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    Demócratas de GarCo buscan alcance latino

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Los demócratas del condado de Garfield tienen grandes esperanzas en una nueva campaña de alcance latino. La campaña se basa en el Proyecto Nueva Georgia de la exrepresentante estatal de Georgia y activista del derecho al voto Stacy Abrams, para organizar a los votantes negros en… read more →

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    GarCo Dems seek Latino outreach director

    Garfield County Democrats have high hopes for a new Latino outreach campaign. The campaign is based on former Georgia state representative and voting rights activist Stacy Abrams’ New Georgia Project for organizing Black voters in the state.

    At a Zoom fundraiser on Dec. 15, 2021, Democrat and community organizer Beatriz… read more →

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    Alpine Legal Services’ pro bono help line needs attorneys

    Colorado attorneys are not required to engage in pro bono work — free legal services — to maintain their licenses. In fact, that’s true of all 50 states. Rule 6.1 of the American Bar Association’s Model Rules of Professional Conduct states: “Every lawyer has a professional responsibility to provide legal… read more →

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    La línea de ayuda pro-bono busca abogados

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Los abogados de Colorado no están obligados a participar en trabajo pro-bono — servicios legales gratuitos — para mantener sus licencias. De hecho, es así en los 50 estados. La regla 6.1 del modelo de conducta profesional de la asociación americana de abogados establece: “Todo abogado… read more →

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    ATV decision deferred

    “There’s no silver bullet to fix this,” said Jonathan Houck, Gunnison County Board of Commissioners Chair, more than once at Tuesday’s regular Zoom meeting. He was referring to an all-terrain vehicle (ATV) problem that’s been a thorn in the side of Marble residents for almost a decade. read more →

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    The struggle continues along the Dakota Access Pipeline

    Oil is flowing through the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) despite a District Court ruling in early July to shut it down. Native Americans and their allies celebrated a long-awaited victory on July 5, after four years of protest and legal battles, culminating at Oceti Sakowin Camp (Seven Councilread more →

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    COVID-19 pares the Fair

    A fair like no other is how Carbondale Arts executive director Amy Kimberly describes this year’s 49th Carbondale Mountain Fair. “We’re looking at smaller bursts of joy throughout town,” she said.

    First and foremost, Sopris Park is not a venue this year for music, vendors, orread more →