Stuff by Will Grandbois

  • Locations: News Published

    Sampling some simple salads

    Since soup and salad often go together, it probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that Ming’s Cafe just pulled off the first repeat victory in our taste test series. The Asian eatery’s coconut chicken soup was a hit with last year’s soup tasting panel, and their house salad was roundly… read more →

  • Locations: Fiction, Opinion Published

    Work in Progress - Nov. 17, 2022

    The Beautiful Sandwich
    Shelly Bergerhouse Merriam 
    February 19, 2021
    Glenwood Springs

    She could always make
    the most beautiful sandwich.
    A loving memory
    of her Emporia, Kansas college

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  • Locations: Letters, Opinion Published

    Letters - Nov. 17, 2022

    Near New, old story
    I came to Carbondale in 1961 with my husband who was hired to teach at Colorado Rocky Mountain School, a fledgling college preparatory school founded on the Bar Fork Ranch in 1953. Salaries were skimpy and we depended on the Near Newread more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Book Review: "Yellow Bird"

    By Izzy Stringham 
    White River Books

    When a young oil worker named Kristopher Clarke went missing from the Fort Berthold Reservation oil fields in North Dakota in 2012, Lissa Yellow Bird, a Native American woman with no connection to Clarke, decided to findread more →

  • Locations: Obituaries Published

    Obituary: Jerry Overton, June 21, 1943 - Nov. 1, 2022

    Jerry Donald Overton, 79, passed on Nov. 1, 2022 in Montrose. Jerry was born on June 21, 1943 to George L. and Lucille Baldwin Overton in Memphis, Tennessee. He had two sisters, Barbara and Nell (deceased), and two brothers, William and James (deceased).

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  • Locations: Fiction, Opinion Published

    Work in Progress - Nov. 9, 2022

    Your creativity counts
    By Just Jim

    It’s on the wall
    Down Main Street
    Everywhere you look
    Creativity abounds

    Carbondale, Glenwood
    And beyondread more →

  • Locations: Letters, Opinion Published

    Letters - Nov. 9, 2022

    Re: Craig nuclear plant 
    It’s too bad that some local powers are focusing on nuclear reactors to replace the Craig Station power plant instead of energy storage. One of the rationales for nuclear power is that it provides baseload electric supply. But many energy nerdsread more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Fake is for fiction

    Opinion by Dominic Furer
    Youth Correspondent 

    Ah, Halloween…A day to dress up; a day to become someone you aren’t; a day of partying and taking on a different form. I always enjoyed Halloween as a child, mostly for the candy and the opportunity to run around at

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  • Locations: Fiction, Opinion Published

    Work in Progress: Oct. 27, 2022

    Wendy Moore
    By Bob Schultz

    School servant leader
    Director of thespians
    Bravo Wendy Moore!


    End of the Leaves
    By Jampa 

    Leaves, most fallen down
    Follow me in on my shoes
    Crunching under foot.



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  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Going, but not gone

    Fall is a time of transition, so it only makes sense that my impending transition would happen during this season. There is no easy journey to times of change. Our trees grow green with foliage in the spring but traverse a wide range of weather, fire, wind and rain… read more →