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  • Locations: Español, News Published

    Chisme - 12 de octubre, 2022

    Traducción por Jacquelinne Castro 

    Camp Hale
    El presidente Joe Biden visitó Colorado el miércoles 12 de octubre – después de su llegada al aeropuerto regional del condado de Eagle – para designar Camp Hale como un monumento nacional. Camp Hale fue usado como un área de… read more →

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    BOT approves dispensary plan on West Main

    On Tuesday, Oct. 11, the Carbondale board of trustees met to discuss both a land use application for a potential recreational dispensary on West Main Street as well as the 2023 board budget.

    The meeting opened introducing the first round of “students of the month” forread more →

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    Basalt joins wildfire reduction collaborative, and a lawsuit sends council into executive session

    In the only matter requiring a vote at the Basalt town council’s regular meeting Tuesday, Oct. 11, councilors unanimously approved participating in a memorandum of understanding to form the Roaring Fork Valley Wildfire Collaborative (RFVWC). As the first such collaboration in the Roaring Fork River drainage and contiguous areas,… read more →

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    STC presents 'The Voice of the Prairie'

    Sopris Theatre Company (STC) premiered the first production of its 2022-23 season, John Olive’s “The Voice of the Prairie.” But, there’s still time to catch the show, which is set to run again Oct. 14 and 15 at 7 p.m. and Oct.16 at 2 p.m. at the Newread more →

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    Spud life (Potato Day photos)

    Longtime and new locals alike enjoyed another classic Potato Day celebration in Carbondale on Saturday, Oct. 1. Despite the weather, folks gathered for a lively parade, delicious lunch, fun games, music and autumnal shopping. Although the Friday-night barn dance was sparsely attended, the planning committee hopes that withread more →

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    Settling landlord-tenant disputes civilly

    Rental housing. More than any others, these two words will spark a lively conversation with just about any Roaring Fork Valley resident. We all know of someone, or maybe we are that someone, who is a landlord looking for a reliable tenant, or we are the reliable renterread more →

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    Garfield County secures broadband grant; approves housing bond transfer

    On Sept. 7, Garfield County announced that it has secured a $1.7 million grant from the Colorado Department of Local Affairs (DOLA) to support the county’s ongoing project to improve local broadband infrastructure.

    Plans to improve broadband internet in Garfield County have been underway since May of 2016,… read more →

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    Nostalgic rides and bites with Spokeasy Bike Café

    It’s not every day you walk into a bike shop and get offered gourmet ice cream, but then again, Spokeasy Bike Café owner Thomas Duggan is not your average businessman. While Spokeasy is predominantly a bike shop, Duggan is dreaming big as he adds the final touches toread more →

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    Moving freely with ecstatic dance

    On Sunday, Oct. 9, Valley residents can travel up the Crystal River for a chance to express themselves to the utmost — that is, through their body.
    Guided and organized by longtime Roaring Fork resident Alya Howe, The Full Moon Ecstatic Dance is an opportunity for participants to dance… read more →

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    State and local libraries assist historians

    The Carbondale Historical Society was recently invited, along with Garfield County’s other cultural heritage institutions, to attend a seminar hosted by Garfield County Libraries District (GCPLD) Executive Director Jamie LaRue. The seminar took place on Sept. 26 at the Glenwood Springs Library, and focused on the digitization ofread more →