Stuff by Jeanne Souldern

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    Katelyn Maley wins at state

    Last Saturday, at the state track and field championships at Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood, Basalt High School (BHS) sophomore Katelyn Maley won the girls’ 1,600-meter race in Class 3A.

    Maley’s events at state began on Thursday with a Longhorns third-place finish in the 3A girls’read more →

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    Rams lax team has a winning attitude

    The Rams’ girls lacrosse team ended their regular season play with an 8–2 conference record, affording them a berth in last Thursday’s Class 4A state tournament opener in Lakewood. The Rams lost to Green Mountain by a score of 15-8.

    Rams co-coach Chelsea Robson said, despite the loss,… read more →

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    What teachers could teach about housing solutions

    In 2015, voters approved a major bond issue for the Roaring Fork School District (RFSD), which, in part, resulted in $5 million per community being dedicated to affordable housing units for teachers.

    After the bond’s approval, RFSD formed the School District Housing Advisory Committee, consisting ofread more →

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    Crystal Theatre readies for 'reel' lovers

    The first sign of the Crystal Theatre’s reopening was a literal sign, one on the marquee announcing, “Reopening soon. End of June.”

    After a 15-month closure, theater owners Kathy and Bob Ezra wanted to spread the welcome news to passersby during June’s First Friday event.read more →

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    Larry Day: thriving in the chaos

    Larry Day is a jack of all artistic trades and a master of many. A cartoonist, painter, children’s book illustrator, advertising storyboard designer, technical illustrator and arcade game creative designer. Now he can add another title to the list — Carbondale Mountain Fair poster/t-shirt design winner, on theread more →

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    Carbondale Historical Society celebrates "Our Hattie"

    Sue Gray, executive director of the Carbondale Historical Society (CHS), called it “a small gathering to celebrate our Hattie.” On the evening of June 9, the group gathered in the side yard next to the Thompson House Museum to celebrate Hattie Thompson Holland’s 155th birthday.

    Hattieread more →

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    Rams lax team hopes for post-season nod

    The Roaring Fork High School Rams girls lacrosse team’s success on the playing field may translate to a state tournament bid. It would be the second playoffs appearance for the Rams, with the first in 2019.

    The results of the Rams last two games — againstread more →

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    Rams season winds down

    As the sports season winds down for Roaring Fork High School (RFHS) Rams, a few games and a memorial tournament remain.

    Two sports—girls soccer and baseball—recently honored senior student-athletes with on-field presentations attended by family, friends and fans.

    Girls soccer honored seniors Grace Jardine,read more →

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    Tres maestras del RFSD promovidas

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Tres maestras del Distrito Escolar de Roaring Fork (RFSD) pasan a ocupar puestos de subdirección este otoño.

    Cora Carballeira, conocida cariñosamente como Ms. Carb, es maestra de ciencias de octavo grado en Carbondale Middle School (CMS) y se convertirá enread more →

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    “Spring for Joy" with High Country Sinfonia

    High Country Sinfonia (HCS) presents “Spring for Joy,” a revival concert series, on the weekend of May 21 in Basalt, Carbondale and Aspen.

    HCS, founded in 2015 by President Wendy Larson, is a 22-member, all-volunteer string orchestra comprised of professional and semi-professional musicians who live inread more →