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  • Locations: News Published

    Colorado Wild Public Lands watchdogs land swaps

    Colorado Wild Public Lands (COWPL), based in Basalt, originated in 2014 in direct response to a controversial land swap known as the Sutey Ranch Land Exchange. Now complete, the deal saw the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) trade 1,369 acres south of Carbondale and 201 acres southwest ofread more →

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    Defiende's new director continues old traditions

    To bring a piece of foliage indoors during the darkest days of the year; it’s a tradition that has taken many forms over millennia. 

    What we call Christmas trees today signal back to pre-Christianity, with the Celts, Vikings and Egyptians all honoring evergreens — symbols of eternal life —… read more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    La época navideña y su impacto en la salud

    Por Josie Sanchez

    La montaña Sopris brilla con la suavidad de la nieve. La ciudad está envuelta en blanco y luces vibrantes iluminan la calle principal por la noche. La risa estalla cuando los seres queridos se reúnen para celebrar. Las casas están adornadas con árboles de Navidad, coronillas y… read more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    Chisme del Pueblo - 9 de diciembre

    Traducción por Jacquelinne Castro

    Vehículos eléctricos

    El 11 de diciembre, CLEER, Garfield Clean Energy, Xcel Energy y Grid Alternatives presentarán un show de carros eléctricos en Garfield County Fairgrounds en Rifle. Participantes pueden probar una variedad de vehículos eléctricos. Las personas que usan Xcel Energy y que tengan ingresos elegibles… read more →

  • Locations: Columns, Español Published

    ¿Existe la vivienda asequible en el Valle?

    Por Jacqueline Argueta Nevarez

    Colorado es uno de los estados con más crecimiento de residentes en la nación, pero para cientos de miles de residentes locales, el precio de la vivienda de calidad está fuera del alcance. 

    El inventario del mercado inmobiliario es bajo y, como consecuencia, los costos… read more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    Nuevo director de Defiende continúa tradiciones

    Traer dentro de la casa a algún tipo de follaje durante los días más oscuros del año es una tradición que ha tomado muchas formas durante miles de años. Lo que llamamos hoy “árboles de navidad” provienen de los tiempos antes de Cristo, con los celtas, vikingos y egipcios todos… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    The Chocolate Chef

    Mark Burrows is spending most of his time in the kitchen these days and it’s beginning to pay off. He quickly outgrew his kitchen at home (this page), and now practically lives in his commercial kitchen in Willits (right page) where he makes chocolate —and not just any chocolate. He… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    A deadly stretch: Highway 82 like a 'mini-interstate'

    Troopers with the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) are focused on preventing death, injuries and traffic mayhem on Highway 82’s 45-mile stretch from Glenwood Springs to Aspen, until at least the year’s end. The increased patrols come in response to CSP’s several years’ worth of vehicular crash data, requested by the… read more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    This holiday season, make miracles happen!

    By Hannah Pfaff

    For Tri County Locksmith Service

    As the cold weather descends upon our beautiful valley and you search for ways to spread love in your community, please keep Turner in mind. Turner is a 12-year-old young man who enjoys camping, country music, Cheetos, root beer and hanging…

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    Preserving history and filling bellies

    The Garfield Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) had their first regular meeting of the month and addressed a plethora of agenda items. As a reminder, all BOCC meetings are available to stream during or after the fact on the county’s website: www.garfield-county.com

    At the Dec. 6 meeting, the commissioners approved… read more →