• Locations: Fiction, Opinion Published

    Work in Progress - Sept. 8, 2022

    A Dog’s Prayer
    By Margaret Franz
    Glenwood Springs

    Every day, my beautiful border collie Jack and I slowly walk up Red Mountain for our morning meditation. He smells the bushes and walks, stride for stride with me, as I recite the beautiful poem from Tich Nhat… read more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Branching Out: Lessons in life are seasonal

    Decades ago, I lay in my childhood bed watching my Love’s sleeping eyes twitch, the orbs within, racing. He’d moan, or start, and toss. We were recent graduates, road tripping the States in pursuit of a new landing place, our undetermined adult lives ahead of us. We’d met climbing; he,… read more →

  • Locations: Letters Published

    Letters - Sept. 8, 2022

    Re: Redstone incident

    We have been engaged with the range of responses to the article about our students’ experiences in Redstone on the Fourth of July. We appreciate the varying opinions on the piece and recognize that many members of the Redstone community felt that this piece unfairly depicted their… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    For the love of art...

    In addition to an exhibit featuring works by more than 35 artists, Redstone’s 26th annual Labor Day Art Show introduced a new plein air event that had painters, sketchers and doodlers scattered throughout the village with three hours to produce a piece to be auctioned off that same afternoon. Most… read more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    El festival inaugural Raizado trae a líderes de innovación a Aspen

    Cuando Mónica Ramírez y Olga Segura se propusieron cambiar algunas de las dañinas narrativas sobre la comunidad latina en los Estados Unidos, decidieron que la mejor vía para hacerlo sería a través de un festival, uno que valida el dolor y las dificultades que muchos latinos han experimentado al mismo… read more →

  • Locations: Fiction, Opinion Published

    Work in Progress - Sept. 1, 2022

    Another Labor Day
    By Linda Helmich

    Charles Hastings hoisted the flag into position on the post of his front porch, same as he’d done hundreds of times before. Just as it unfurled, the wind picked up “Old Glory” and snapped her a few times.read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    CDHS makes way for first director of homelessness initiatives

    The Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS) has created a new position in an effort to focus in on the towering dilemma of homelessness within the state. The director of homelessness initiatives will coordinate between existing services and programming in hopes of assisting a greater number of peopleread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    BLM headquarters' Colorado sojourn: Short and maybe not so sweet

    In July 2019, then-U.S. Senator Cory Gardner announced that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) — a component of the Department of the Interior (DOI) — was relocating its headquarters from Washington, D.C., to Grand Junction. The Republican had been among those championing the move for years, arguing that since… read more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    Chisme del Pueblo - 1 de septiembre, 2022

    Traducción por Jacquelinne Castro

    El cambio de temporada

    Las noches se están haciendo más frías, el manto de invierno de Mt. Sopris se reduce a pocos parches de nieve. ¿Cuándo tendrá la Montaña Madre un nuevo abrigo? Envíe su mejor suposición a news@soprissun.com con “Nieve de Sopris” como… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Hats and helmets... for a good cause

    It was party time in Carbondale last weekend as two events were held to raise money for good causes.

    On Friday evening, Cowboy Up held their annual barbecue and dance in downtown Carbondale on the Fourth Street Plaza. This year’s beneficiary was the Roaring Fork Sports Foundation which supports Roaring… read more →