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    Local musician delves into scifi with “Ed Pinley Paranormal Investigator”

    I have known Lester Rogers as a local Western Colorado musician for many years, but I was genuinely surprised to discover that he had recently authored a book. The title of the book is “Ed Pinley Paranormal Investigator”, and it takes the reader on a wild ride, featuringread more →

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    'No Big Deal' author, Torey Ivanic, broaches tough topics

    Trigger warning: This article touches upon topics of child sexual abuse, grooming, suicide and other forms of trauma. 

    On Sept. 1, River Bridge Regional Center hosted a presentation on child abuse and child “grooming” at the Roaring Fork School District building in Carbondale. Guest speaker Torey Ivanic,… read more →

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    A consistent place for recovery community

    Oftentimes, people may assume they have to fight their personal battles alone, but that doesn’t have to be the case. The Meeting Place (TMP) in Carbondale brings people together to confront addiction, in its many forms.

    TMP was founded in 2010 and became a nonprofit inread more →

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    Bison lead the way with “A Call to Rewild”

    In October 1871, U.S. Cavalry 1st Lt. George Smith Anderson, riding across the Kansas tallgrass prairie on his way to serve at Fort Lyon in Colorado, stopped to write a letter to his sweetheart, declaring, “I am safe in calling this a single herd [of bison], but itread more →

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    Collaboration advances green building locally

    Spearheaded by the Paris Climate Agreement’s goal to keep global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius, the Roaring Fork Valley is sprinting in the race to zero emissions with the help of international, federal, state, local and individual participation. Global emissions need to be cut in half by 2030 and be… read more →

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    Getting by without GarCo animal control

    It’s been more than a year since Garfield County (GarCo) has gone without an animal control (AC) unit. 

    When it came to GarCo’s 2021 budget, the commissioners, faced with a hit in revenue, asked various departments to make cuts where each saw fit. The sheriff’s department set AC on… read more →

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    Scuttlebutt / Calendar - Sept. 8, 2022

    Growing business

    The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade has announced new financing options for small business owners across Colorado looking to start, restart or restructure a business. In partnership with eight lenders, the state will provide loans under $150,000 with “favorable terms and interest rates.” Lenders have… read more →

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    No Man’s Land Film Festival comes home

    Grab your favorite outdoor adventure pal and don’t forget the trail mix, because on Friday, Sept. 16 No Man’s Land Film Festival is coming home to Carbondale. Hosted at the Crystal Theatre, doors open 15 minutes before showings at 5 and 7:30 p.m.

    “It feels really exciting to… read more →

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    Rams fall sports season starts strong

    Rams fans returned to the stands on Aug. 30 for a boisterous beginning to the fall sports season at Roaring Fork High School (RFHS). It was the first home game of the season, and the varsity volleyball team defeated Grand Junction, 3-0. Unlike last year, audience members were free to… read more →

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    For the love of art...

    In addition to an exhibit featuring works by more than 35 artists, Redstone’s 26th annual Labor Day Art Show introduced a new plein air event that had painters, sketchers and doodlers scattered throughout the village with three hours to produce a piece to be auctioned off that same afternoon. Most… read more →