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  • Locations: News Published

    It’s time to let the Town know about your trash preferences

    Carbonale’s new single-hauler trash service doesn’t begin until October, but customers would be well served to pay attention now.

    “The Town wants to be really thoughtful about rolling it out and making sure people are set up for success,” explained Bryana Starbuck, one of several folks brought in… read more →

  • Locations: Obituaries Published

    Obituary: Audrey Katherine Spaulding

    July 24, 1957 – June 12, 2019

    Audrey Katherine Spaulding, 61 of Carbondale,  passed away peacefully on June 12 in Rifle after a long battle with medical issues stemming from cobalt radiation that she received in the late ‘70s for aread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Breaking down barriers in Thunder River’s ‘Tribes’

    It would be easy to think the aptly named “Tribes” is a play about the deaf community.

    The lead character is deaf, after all, and much of the set is dominated by screens that host projected surtitles. But to limit the show’s scope to oneread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    EverGreen ZeroWaste wins 2019 Recycler of the Year award

    Local residential and commercial organics collector EverGreen ZeroWaste was presented this week with the 2019 Recycler of the Year award at an annual summit for statewide organization Recycle Colorado.

    EverGreen was founded by wife-and-husband duo Alyssa and David Reindel in 2011 and has grown steadilyread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Examining grief through a new lens

    Nobody who helped organize the June 5 panel discussion about the healing powers of grief expected people to leave the True Nature kiva feeling inspired, but that’s exactly what happened.

    “I couldn’t believe it, it’s such a counterintuitive response to something like grief,” True Nature Eventsread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    More vaping restrictions could be coming to town

    Less than a year after raising the tobacco age in town, Carbondale trustees are considering additional measures.

    Following a presentation by Pitkin County Tobacco Specialist Risa Turetsky on June 11, Mayor Dan Richardson took an informal poll and found support for at least considering aread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Building permit dispute continues to burn

    As of Monday, June 10, the Carbondale Board of Adjustment is down a member. Meredith Bullock resigned, effective immediately, in order to remain in the room during a public hearing from which she’d recused herself.

    Board of Adjustment member Mark Chain, who’d also recused himself fromread more →

  • Locations: Opinion Published

    Does it matter? You get to decide.

    This is a love story of sorts. About this great town and what an example it is of how — when people, organizations, businesses, and government institutions work together — amazing things can, will… and do happen.

    Take this paper you are holding in your handsread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Things are looking up at Crown Mountain Park

    It has been a little over a year since voters approved a tax hike to support Crown Mountain Park, and it’s beginning to pay dividends.

    “It’s been an absolute game changer,” said Park Manager Nate Grinzinger. “We feel like there’s so much untapped potential here.read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Seeing the 'watershed for the creek' and participating in your own safety

    Yes, there’s a lot of snow in the high country. No, that doesn’t mean all our water woes are over.

    Social media is awash with figures describing snowpack at more than 400 percent of normal for this time of year — which is true, but only to a… read more →