• Locations: Columns, Español Published

    Líderes latinos y latinas se representan

    Por Alex Sánchez

    Traducción por Jacquelinne Castro

    Quería compartir una breve nota acerca de nuestro primer foro comunitario de la semana pasada. Más de 64 líderes de Parachute, Rifle, Silt, New Castle, Glenwood Springs, Gypsum, Carbondale, El Jebel y Basalt participaron en el primerread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Activists demand trustees dump oil and gas holdings

    More than 400 Carbondale area residents signed the petition delivered Friday to Interim Town Manager Kevin Schorzman, demanding that the Carbondale Board of Trustees divest Town finances from the Exxon and Chevron oil and gas bonds in the Town’s investment portfolio. John Hoffmann, a Carbondale blacksmith and formerread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    CCC’s next feat of clay: a humble expansion

    Those who pot and those who never touched clay but want arts in Carbondale to thrive met at the Launchpad on Sunday to help shape the Carbondale Clay Center’s (CCC) future expansion plans. CCC hosted a lively design charette with about 20 invited participants, putting people on noticeread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Scuttlebutt / Calendar - Sept. 30, 2021

    Local accolade

    Krysia Carter-Giez completed filming and editing her film “The Day I had to Grow Up” in Carbondale. The film follows six young activists who yearn for change in America and recently earned “Best Documentary Short and Best Editing In A Short Film” at theread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    From farm to roaster

    Bonfire Coffee Co. recently turned ten years old and some of its employees have been with the company from the very beginning. Coffee has been brewed in their space at the Dinkel building for quite some time; some say the rich aroma has even become a part ofread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Old traditions make for new memories

    Potato Day is the longest standing locals’ tradition in Carbondale. The event kicked off in 1909, and celebrated its 100-year anniversary in the same year that The Sopris Sun printed its first issue. On Oct. 2, the Town celebrates the 112th annual Potato Day.

    The significanceread more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    CVEPA Views: What’s all the fuss about Marble?

    Every time you pick up the paper it seems there is an article about Marble. It might be about the Marble Quarry, off highway vehicle (OHV) impacts, Wild and Scenic Designation or simply overcrowding. Why all the interest in this little hamlet way up the Crystal River? Forread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    TRTC production charters frontier for women

    Missy Moore, embracing the upcoming production of “Men On Boats” at Thunder River Theatre Company (TRTC), joyfully announced, “This is my first shot at directing for TRTC, under the new artistic director role, so I’m coming out swinging.”

    Moore’s debut is a comedy written by playwrightread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Rams soccer starts season strong

    The Roaring Fork High School (RFHS) Rams boys soccer team has a solid 7-1 overall record, a 5-0 record in 4A/3A Western Slope League play, and is currently in second place behind Coal Ridge in league standings.

    The Rams’ sole defeat was on Sept. 18, withread more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    The Mars cycle, the Hero's Journey and you

    In a recent YouTube video I recorded for last week’s full moon in Pisces (Sept. 20), I emphasized that full moons are the halfway point, not the end of the cycle. They represent the culmination of the waxing, creative force, and pivot us into the receptive half ofread more →