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  • Locations: News Published

    "Feeling Walls" explores the fragile edge of art

    By Sofie Koski

    Sopris Sun Youth Correspondent

    Sara Ransford has been living in the Valley since 1977, moving from Carbondale to Aspen, and then back to Carbondale. She worked as an art teacher at both the Carbondale Middle School and Carbondale Elementary School during the ‘80s and ‘90s, where she… read more →

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    Rams take home 3A state championship title!

    The game might have lasted 80 minutes, but the Roaring Fork High School Ram soccer boys’ 3A state title was years in the making. 

    It started with the Roaring Fork Soccer Club, and parents willing to drive their kids to matches hours away. Former Colorado Rocky Mountain School player… read more →

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    Nonprofit benefits outweigh the costs

    By Dyana Z. Furmansky

    If you can’t live without art or theater, if you are keen on keeping the rivers flowing, passionate about protecting nature, improving education, supporting the disabled, feeding the hungry, housing the poor, helping veterans, rescuing abused puppies, propagating native seed, building a church, listening… read more →

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    Carbondale report: RFTA’s bike share proposal underwhelms

    The most recent regular meeting saw all trustees in attendance. During “persons present not on the agenda,” three people spoke. First, Chris Hassig offered his “two cents” about budgeting to pave the Town-owned, dirt lot east of Town Hall. Hassig called it “premature” to include such a project in… read more →

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    Rams win the state championship game!

    UPDATE / Nov. 12: With a 2-1 victory over Jefferson Academy, the Roaring Fork High School Ram soccer boys are the state champions! Go Rams!

    UPDATE / Nov. 10: The Rams are advancing to the championship game against Jefferson Academy! After a 3-1 victory against… read more →

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    GarCo report: Bracing for 2022

    By James Steindler

    The Garfield County Commissioners tackled yet another week’s agenda. As a reminder, all public meetings are available to stream online, during or after-the-fact, at https://www.garfield-county.com/

    COVID update

    For this month’s COVID update, Garfield County Public Health Director Yvonne Longread more →

  • Locations: Español, News Published

    Día de los Muertos en Carbondale

    Más de cien personas asistieron a las festividades de Día de los Muertos de Carbondale el 5 de noviembre. La tarde empezó con una dedicación de mural aficionado por FirstBank. Después, una procesión guiada por Baile Folklórico de Aspen Santa Fe Ballet caminó hasta la calle principal donde hubieron varias performancias.… read more →

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    Basalt report: Council approves workforce housing

    By Dyana Z. Furmansky 

    The fifth time was the charm for BCC Basalt, LLC on Tuesday night. At its regularly scheduled meeting, Basalt Town Council members approved — in its fifth public hearing on the matter — the sketch plan for the three-story Basalt Centerread more →

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    Vets heal trauma through music

    The late songwriter and guitar virtuoso Michael Hedges once said, “I play guitar because it helps me dream out loud.”

    Challenge America, a national nonprofit based in Basalt, is hoping to give veterans the chance to dream out loud by participating in Challenge America’s Guitars forread more →

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    Scuttlebutt/ Calendar - Nov. 11, 2021

    SCUTTLEBUTT

    Self portraits

    In collaboration with YouthZone, a local nonprofit specializing in intervention, prevention and volunteerism for youth, Anderson Ranch will display young peoples’ self portraits, which incorporate photography and painting. The exhibit lasts through Nov. 19. More info at: https://andersonranch.org 

    Pitkin

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