Stuff by Raleigh Burleigh

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    To persons reluctant to vaccinate ...

    By George Bohmfalk

    I am a retired neurosurgeon. Like over 95% of physicians, I received a vaccine against COVID-19 as soon as I could. I had only a very brief reaction, feeling tired and a little sore for about 24 hours. Now I feel very safe and secure…

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  • Locations: Columns Published

    Love through suffering

    By Kenna Crampton 

    As she sat by the side of the river, she thought. She thought about all of the people she lost. All of the people she pushed away. All of the people that left. She could count her remaining relatives on one hand.

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  • Locations: Obituaries Published

    Obituary: Charles Anderson Parker III

    July 25, 1934 – March 25, 2021

    Charles Anderson Parker III, age 86, passed away peacefully on March 25, 2021, surrounded by his loving family. Born and raised in Denver, Charlie was the son of the late Charles Anderson Parker Jr. and Ruth Ellen Parker. Heread more →

  • Locations: Obituaries Published

    Obituary: Terry Ann Reed

    March 24, 1933 – April 7, 2021

    Terry Ann Reed – teacher, entrepreneur and trailblazer for more effective and humane solutions to incarceration – passed away on April 7 after a stroke.

    Terry received her Bachelor’s degree from Wellesley College and Master’s inread more →

  • Locations: Opinion Published

    Earth Day, cats and birds

    By Nancy Peterson

    The celebration of Earth Day marks a key victory of the modern environmental movement in the United States in 1970.

    Democratic Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin envisioned the very first Earth Day, harnessing the energy of student anti-war protests toread more →

  • Locations: Columns Published

    When you eat matters

    By Maria Judith Alvarez Quiroz

    Translation by Jacquelinne Castro

    Editor’s note: On April 5, Maria Judith Alvarez Quiroz was featured in a New York Times article called “Emerging From the Coronavirus.”

    We are proud to share an English translation of her latest column

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  • Locations: Español Published

    Anillos de abeto azul cuentan nuestra historia común

    Carbondale Historical Society ha instalado una pieza del abeto azul plantado fuera del Thompson House, casa de la familia pionera, hace 120 años. Los anillos del árbol son marcados para demostrar grandes momentos históricos que ocurrieron durante la vida de ese árbol. La instalación educativa por artista Johnread more →

  • Locations: Columns, Español Published

    Celebrando el Día Internacional de la Tierra

    Por Beatriz Soto

    El jueves 22 de abril marca el 51 aniversario del Día de la Tierra, este día fue creado para crear una conciencia común a los problemas de sobrepoblación y sobre desarrollo, la producción de contaminación, la conservación de la biodiversidad y otras preocupaciones ambientales para

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  • Locations: Español Published

    Chisme del Pueblo - 22 de abril, 2021

    Traducción por Jacquelinne Castro

    Osos con nosotros

    Osos han estado resurgiendo de sus cuevas. Colorado Parks and WIldlife (CPW) avisa a residentes a estar más atento a los osos y prevenir conflictos entre humanos-osos al hacer sus hogares y vehículos “oso-seguros.” Mantenga basura en una locación… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Entrepreneurs bring fresh vitality to the Mid-Valley

    By Betina Infante

    Sopris Sun Correspondent

    Adriana Liechti, aka Dri, moved to Basalt determined to build a business that would help other entrepreneurs, and be part of a community that thrives by supporting one another. A lofty goal, but after a few years in the valley, Dri… read more →