Stuff by Kate Phillips

  • Locations: Español Published

    Celebrando 50 años y un nuevo contrato: Programa de nutrición para adultos mayores del condado de Garfield

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Ven por la comida, y quédate por la compañía — los almuerzos para adultos mayores del Departamento de Servicios Humanos (DHS) están de vuelta en el este del condado de Garfield.

    Desde 1972, el Programa de Nutrición para Adultos Mayores (SNP) del DHS se… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    SAW co-creators launch sister-project, FARM in Fruita

    Known for its delicious produce, extensive trail system and Mike, the headless chicken, the steadily growing city of Fruita is adding another exciting attraction for residents and tourists alike: FARM (Fruita Art Recreation Marketplace).

    Located at 158 South Park Square in downtown Fruita, FARM is a community-centric project for Grand… read more →

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    Facilitando el acceso a actividades al aire libre

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    En 2021, más de la mitad de los estadounidenses participaron en algún tipo de actividad recreativa al aire libre, según el informe anual de tendencias recreativas de la Outdoor Industry Association (OIA). Aunque esta cifra ha ido en aumento desde la pandemia, la OIA también descubrió… read more →

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    Celebrating 50 years and new contract: Garfield County Senior Nutrition Program

    Come for the food, and stay for the company — the Department of Human Services’s (DHS) senior lunches are back on in eastern Garfield County.

    Since 1972, the DHS’s Senior Nutrition Program (SNP) has focused on creating meaningful connections and healthy meals for seniors around theread more →

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    Food for thought: Your 2022 CSA Guide

    There are few greater food experiences than opening your front door on a warm summer morning to a bright and colorful box of locally grown or sourced food items. Now, with the arrival of spring, this delight can be yours. The 2022/23 community-supported agriculture (CSA) cycle is beginning and we’ve… read more →

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    Opening the door to outdoor accessibility

    In 2021, over half of all Americans participated in some type of outdoor recreation, according to the Outdoor Industry Association’s (OIA) annual recreation trend report. Although this number has been steadily increasing since the pandemic, the OIA also found that there is a consistent and significant lack ofread more →

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    Our Town: What’s cookin’ with Calder Morrison?

    The Sopris Sun’s “Our Town” series introduces folks from the community to its readers. For this feature, correspondent Kate Phillips caught up with Calder Morrision, owner and operator of Gaijin Ramen House. 

    Let’s dive in! Where are you from?

    I was born in Louisville, Colorado, but really grew up… read more →

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    La educación en casa ofrece una alternativa

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    El sol empezaba a asomarse por la costa de California cuando se escuchó el suave sonido para el desayuno en la caravana de la familia Bannon-Levine, enclavada bajo las secuoyas. 

    Sin prisas, Katie Bannon, residente en Carbondale, y su marido, Scott Levine, conversaban con su… read more →

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    Homeschooling offers academic and lifestyle flexibility

    The sun was just beginning to peek over the California coastline as the gentle ding for breakfast could be heard from the Bannon-Levine family camper, nestled beneath the Redwoods. 

    Unhurried, Carbondale resident Katie Bannon and her husband Scott Levine were chatting with their nine yearread more →

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    Ragged Mountain Sports lands back on 133

    All settled in and ready to go, Ragged Mountain Sports has moved into its new location at 810 Highway 133 in Carbondale, behind Dollar Tree. For the team, it feels just like home.

    “It’s so exciting to be in space that actually fits Ragged again,” owner Aisha Weinhold said.

    Ragged… read more →