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    An interview with HD57 Dem. candidate Cole Buerger

    Cole Buerger is a fifth-generation Garfield County resident and small business owner who has lived not just in the district but around the globe. He discussed with The Sopris Sun the key issues of his campaign and the steps he plans to take for communities within HD57, shouldread more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    Ana Gaytan, la primera gerente Latina

    “Luchar por los derechos de las mujeres a menudo nos convierte en sinónimo de que odiamos a los hombres. Solo sé que algo es cierto: necesitamos detener estos pensamientos” — Frase de la actriz Emma Watson

    En este mes y a solo dos días de haber celebrado el Día Internacional… read more →

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    GarCo report: Civil issue may have broader impact

    The Garfield County Commissioners held their first regular meeting of the month on Monday, March 7. For the full agenda and an audio/video recording of the meeting, visit www.garfield-county.com 

    Checking oil and gas

    The commissioners started the meeting by opting in as a cooperating agency for… read more →

  • Locations: Columns Published

    El Zacate no está más verde con el desacato

    El desacato, o desobediencia a la corte, es un tema el cual sorprendentemente ocurre a menudo. En seguida, voy a definir qué significa estar en desacato, qué tipos de desacato existen, y cuáles sanciones se pueden pedir.

    Las Reglas de Procedimiento Civil de Colorado definen cuando alguien está en desacato… read more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    Chisme del Pueblo - 10 de marzo, 2022

    Traducción por Jacquelinne Castro

    Busca y rescata
    El equipo de búsqueda y rescate del condado de Garfield está reclutando voluntarios para ayudar a “encontrar aquellos perdidos, rescatar a los varados y heridos, recuperar a los fallecidos y educar al público en seguridad de la naturaleza y las montañas,” escribió… read more →

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    Working parents find few childcare options for infants and toddlers

    After receiving their joyful news, parents expecting their first baby are initiated into another fact of life: there’s a waitlist at every licensed early childcare center between Parachute and Aspen. “People hear through the grapevine that the moment they know they are pregnant they must get on a waitlist,” says… read more →

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    Carbondale report: Housing crunch fought on several fronts

    All trustees were in attendance at the regular meeting on March 8.

    During trustee comments, Lani Kitching gave an update on Crystal River restoration work at Riverfront Park. Based on the limited window for working in-stream with minimal disruption to aquatic species, the project is forecasted to begin… read more →

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    LKL: Another chance at collaboration

    The Lead King Loop (LKL) may just be the next frontier for a collaborative public land management plan. With many diverse interests, cohesion has been elusive to date. At the close of the year, converging interest groups agreed to come together with the intent to form comprehensive suggestions to hand… read more →

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    Hattie Rensberry lends dynamism to The Sopris Sun

    In late January 2022, The Sopris Sun gained a new member to the team. She brings with her a passion for photography, textile arts and many other forms of creative expression. You may have noticed our slightly shifting style as we settle into a new flow — welcoming the strengths… read more →

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    RFSD begins superintendent hiring process

    By the end of last week, Glenn “Max” McGee, president of Hazard, Young, Attea and Associates (HYA), and Valerie Pitts, HYA associate, had held 29 meetings in the Roaring Fork School District (RFSD), making good progress on completing the community engagement phase of the search for a newread more →