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    Preliminary results are in!

    Election results as of our press time (Wednesday afternoon):

    It’s looking clear that among the school board candidates: in District A, Kenny Teitler has pulled well ahead of Chase McWhorter by margin of three to one; in District E, Kathryn Kuhlberg garnered a margin of four to one over Steven… read more →

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    RFSD discusses vaccines and bilingual communications

    The Roaring Fork School District (RFSD) Board of Education meeting on Oct. 27, held via Zoom, focused on the implications of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for children ages five to 11. Also, the board discussed a bilingual communications plan for the district to address federal requirements to provide language access for… read more →

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    Vacuum cleaners for the land

    Photos and text by Will Sardinsky

    Country Road 112 may have seen its most heavily-trafficked day yet. However, the traffic did not come from cars, but from goats. On a recent dewey fall morning, Lani Malmberg and her son, Donny Benz, co-owners of Goat Green LLC, ran 800 goats… read more →

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    Shedding light on inter-generational trauma

    By James Steindler

    “For Trees so Tall” is a recently published memoir written by Carbondale resident Jess Jacobson. It is her first published book. The story follows her life, as well as her family members’, and the shared experiences will resonate with people that have endured intergenerational trauma. 

    Jacobson… read more →

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    Rams' Homecoming

    What a week it was for the Roaring Fork Rams! From the righteous parade, which could be heard from over a mile away, to the outstanding effort made by student athletes on the (boys) soccer, volleyball and football teams. During the volleyball match — it was also Hawaiianread more →

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    El Sol also rises

    By Dyana Z. Furmansky

    Suddenly, or “de repente” if you speak Spanish, a four-page insert called el Sol del Valle appeared in the middle of The Sopris Sun last March. The insert has since become a weekly feature of The Sun. It publishes opinion pieces written in Spanish, a few… read more →

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    Basalt brief: Vote delayed on Basalt Center Circle

    By Dyana Z. Furmansky

    Despite heaping praise on changes made to the latest sketch plan for the Basalt Center Circle Development on Oct. 26, Basalt Town Council again voted to continue the public hearing phase and delay a vote on the project’s approval. That means thatread more →

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    Carbondale Report: Town manager selection process narrows in

    During trustee comments, at the regular meeting on Oct. 26, Ben Bohmfalk encouraged everyone to vote, announcing it is now too late to mail a ballot. There is a ballot drop-box located at Town Hall. Bohmfalk also reminded the public of the upcoming comprehensive plan update meeting, presentingread more →

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    Glenwood report: Divided over 480 Donegan Project

    By James Steindler

    The tension built around a proposed development, known as 480 Donegan Project in West Glenwood, reached beyond the respective neighborhood and into the Glenwood Springs City Council chambers during the City’s discussion on Oct. 21. 

    At one point, the council optedread more →

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    Scuttlebutt / Calendar - October 28, 2021

    Congratulations, Autumn!

    Glenwood Springs Middle School science teacher Autumn Rivera was named Colorado Teacher of the Year. Rivera was featured in a Sopris Sun article on Oct. 6, after being nominated as a finalist. Rivera will be recognized, along with other top teachers from around the country, at the White… read more →