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    Pages of the Past: You’re only old (news) once

    From the archives of the Roaring Fork Valley Journal

     

    March 9, 1978

    Developers Ernie Gianinetti and Bob Sewell appeared at a town council meeting to negotiate with the town over a clause in the proposed annexation agreement which would require the two developers to bear…

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    These boots were made for brewing

    International Women’s Day isn’t typically a holiday that’s actively celebrated — unless you’re Patrice Fuller or work for her at Carbondale Beer Works.

    “We might pop a couple of bottles to celebrate,” Fuller said. But while there may or may not end up being champagne, thereread more →

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    Trustee candidates answer questions in public forum

    The candidates in this spring’s municipal election seemed optimistic about Carbondale’s future as they addressed questions in a public forum March 5.

    All five prospective trustees attended the event, as did Mayor Dan Richardson, who is running unopposed. The top three vote getters will serveread more →

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    True Nature celebrates new spaces

    The opening ceremony for True Nature Healing Center’s kiva and spa last weekend may be over, but the experience still lingers for many of those who participated in the 24-hour event that included chanting, singing, sage smudging, crystal programming and — at least for co-founders Deva and Eadenread more →

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    Brushes behind bars for an artist, activist

    Sarah Uhl has been in jail for the last several months and will remain there for the foreseeable future.

    “It’s endless, how fun it is to say all these things about jail,” she said about her art studio. The Old Jail, part of the Mt. Sopris Historical Society, originally sat… read more →

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    True Value transition underway at RFV COOP

    Carbondale’s oldest business isn’t afraid to change things up.

    From its formation in 1950, the Roaring Fork Valley COOP has been an essential stop for ranchers and their ilk. In the years since, the membership-owned store has expanded to include gasoline from Cenex — itself a cooperative — and… read more →

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    Dandelion Market wilts

    By the time you read this, the Dandelion Market may have already closed for good. If not, better get there fast to stock up on what’s left.

    “Things are flying off the shelves,” said Board Member Erica Sparhawk, who also serves as a town trustee and works as the… read more →

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    Sopris Lodge senior living proposal comes together

    After numerous setbacks and hurdles, the Sopris Lodge project obtained most of the necessary approvals needed to move forward at the Carbondale Board of Trustees meeting Feb. 27.

    “It’s been over three years since we originally started working on this project and we came really close to throwing in… read more →

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    ‘Red’ runs through March 4 at Spring Valley

    Audience members of the Sopris Theatre Company’s closing weekend of “Red” will have the opportunity to be a part of the exploration of the process that is creating art — after all, the works created for the production must be destroyed after the curtain closes on the show. It’s tradition.… read more →

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    Cedar Networks gauging interest outside downtown

    With the installation of high speed internet in the Carbondale core nearly complete, Cedar Networks is looking toward potential customers for a sense of where to expand next.

    “We’re trying to see where the demand is and we’ll go in that direction,” Chief Business Development Officer Chris Stebner… read more →