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    Seafood straight from Alaska

    Some Carbondalians may already be familiar with the name Bristol Bay, but the new City Market is due to have an increased supply of sockeye salmon from the region with a marketing look that aims to tell a story. 

    Fishermen and women have been harvesting aread more →

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    Mail-in voting is old hat in Colorado

    Voting has begun in Colorado. Ballots were sent out to registered voters on Oct. 9. 

    Not yet registered? Not to worry. In Colorado you can register and vote through Election Day.

    Hoping to avoid voting in person? Make sure to register and request yourread more →

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    State wrestles with property tax stipulations

    It’s a major ballot question that could determine the state’s fiscal future. 

    Should the Gallagher Amendment to the Colorado constitution, adopted in 1982, be repealed?

    The amendment required residential property to comprise no more or less than 45 percent of total statewide valuation.

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    Where do you live?

    For the Roaring Fork Valley, unwrapping the layers of government is sort of like peeling an artichoke to get to its heart.

    The question then becomes what are the layers, and how important are they? The outermost layer is the federal system. The national government overseesread more →

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    Self storage hearing continued to Nov. 10

    Carbondale’s Board of Trustees crept a step closer to approving a proposed 590-unit self-storage facility near the intersection of Cowen Drive and Highway 133, though there remain some concerns among the trustees and some members of the public.

    Among the issues yet to be worked outread more →

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    AZYEP celebrates 20 years

    Guess what, Carbondale family? Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program (AZYEP) turns 20 this year! While this in and of itself is reason to celebrate all year round, the anniversary will culminate in a broadcasted event on Oct. 11 brought to your eardrums live from KDNK.

    Forread more →

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    ArtWay plans progress

    The Youth Art Park is the final park in the master plan for the Rio Grande Trail ArtWay that runs through Carbondale, and Amy Kimberly, the Executive Director of Carbondale Arts, is driving the creation of the park. 

    Kimberly said, “We had committed to doing threeread more →

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    ‘We are local and so is your food’

    Eber Silva, Nicolas Rojas, and Eduardo Meraz have known each other since they were kids. Eber Silva remembers Rojas (“Nico”) and Meraz (“Eddy”) from when he was 10 years old. All three grew up and attended school together in Carbondale. 

    Now they have “teamed up” toread more →

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    California calls for help, and Carbondale Fire answers

    So far in 2020, California has lost over four million acres to ravenous wildfires.

    According to NBC News, this “more than doubles the previous record.” The grim data so far shows 31 people, including a Texas firefighter, were killed and more than 8,687 structures were more →

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    Food truck roundup

    As traditional restaurants have transitioned to more outdoor seating and to-go orders, another type of eatery was already offering just that experience. Food trucks have endured and even flourished during the pandemic. We’ve already featured Slow Groovin’s transition at the Red Rock Diner and Mi Lindo Nayarit acquittedread more →