Stuff by Sue Rollyson

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    Roaring Fork High School sports wrap!

    Spring sports have nearly wrapped up for the year with teams moving through playoffs and toward championship titles. The Rams’ girls lacrosse team crushed Fruita Monument on Tuesday, May 10, scoring a 17-4 victory. Next, they will play against Thompson Valley High School on Thursday, May 12. They are currently… read more →

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    Capping off senior year with Trail Tales

    It all started with a song. Then it became a musical performed by children. Then, a year ago, Lisa Dancing-Light turned her work into an illustrated children’s book about our very own Magic Mountain (Sopris).

    For Roaring Fork High School senior Lukas Denning, it started withread more →

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    Turn on Your Love Light

    Light the Night with Love brought a magnificent display of artistry and light to the Rio Grande Trail.Observers followed a path through a wonder of sight and sound that started with fire dance performances and aerial acrobats performing in rainbow lit clothes. The sound of drums lured people toread more →

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    Before the ground freezes...

    The Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) hosted their annual Harvest Fest under beautiful blue skies at Rock Bottom Ranch last weekend. This family event delighted all ages. Kids visited with chickens and bunnies, went on hay rides, carved pumpkins, pressed apple cider, played ranch games and pickedread more →

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    Convergent Circus: an eclectic delight

    The Convergent Circus was an eclectic experience of visual performances, art, poetry, music, sound, light and spiritual connection through the four elements. It even included a bit of time travel! You entered through a door that immediately became a portal to a different world, and followed a meandering,read more →

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    MarbleFest in photos

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    The Happening

    Being a photographer, I attempt to use images, rather than words, to capture my experiences. However, I was so impressed by the immersive experience of the HeART Walk/Light the Night with Love event, that I feel compelled to add to my images. If you are a child of the ‘50s… read more →

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    Basketball season warms up

    Roaring Fork High School basketball teams played their first games on Jan. 28. Varsity boys won 72-49 against Olathe. The girls also gave Olathe a good challenge but ultimately lost 41-28. To guard against the spread of COVID, all players wore masks and fans were required to stream… read more →

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    Sticks and poles and skates ... Oh my!

    Crystal River Elementary School students are enjoying winter sports. A new ice skating rink was created by PE teacher Marty Madsen and parents Ernesto and Flor Cuc, owners of Cuc Construction. Funds were used from the annual Rams Run fundraiser to build the rink and purchase various sizes of new… read more →