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    Carbondale pride

    Carbondale celebrated First Friday with a family block party and Pride parade with some Cinco de Mayo flaire!


    Photos by Beth White


    Photos by Jeanne Souldern


    The Carbondale Rotary Club conducted its annual Fireball Drop fundraiser in Sopris Park on… read more →

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    Carbondale Family Block Party & Pride Parade


    Carbondale’s 11th annual FAMILY BLOCK PARTY will be the highlight of Carbondale’s FIRST FRIDAY on May 5, 2023, from 4PM-8 PM on 4th Street Plaza.
    Admission is free with a suggested donation of $10 per person at the door and all event vendors will have activities and/or crafts for…

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    Restauranteros traen amistades duraderas a nuevo emprendimiento en Carbondale

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Si has pasado últimamente por el antiguo restaurante Mi Casita, te habrás dado cuenta de que el papel marrón que cubría las ventanas ha sido retirado, lo que permite a los transeúntes asomarse y satisfacer su curiosidad natural.

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    Carbondale residents mark their historic homes

    Perhaps you recall a Sopris Sun article that was printed at precisely this time last year, which is appropriate as this is a story of historical nature. The article, “Taking pride in history,” explained that, at the time, there was but one Carbondale resident who had a sign posted expounding… read more →

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    ‘Adopt a Pot’ grows into a garden

    When Leary Gorman saw “Adopt a Garden” in his neighborhood park last summer, he leapt on it, the first to officially adopt a garden through Town Arborist Carl Meinecke’s 1-year-old program.

    “I was working at the time, driving by every day, and it was a mess. This is… read more →

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    The Crow & Key welcomes collaboration

    The Crow & Key hosted its grand opening at 443 Main Street on March 3, as part of Carbondale’s First Friday celebration. This family-owned home decor and gift store is operated by Amber Frisbie and her husband, Ted. They work closely with local and small business owners, as well as… read more →

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    Carbondale prepares to spray at Nature Park

    On Feb. 14, Carbondale Trustees unanimously approved limited use of herbicides at the Carbondale Nature Park — a popular place for off-leash dog walking — in the early spring and late fall for two or three consecutive years. As its name implies, the 33-acre Nature Park is also home to… read more →

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    Mature Content: CAFCI and me

    By Ron Kokish

    I recently read something in the Carbondale Facebook group that’s worth quoting. It’s what Eric Mitchell tries to convey to recent Carbondale arrivals.

    “Welcome! Thanks for recognizing that this place is special. We think it’s special too. It wasn’t an accident. It feels the way it does… read more →

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    Carbondale Report: One year in, Trustees begin to refine STR regs

    Tuesday’s meeting saw all trustees in attendance for a standard agenda capped with a lengthy executive session “for a conference with the Town Attorney for the purpose of receiving legal advice on specific legal questions.” Presumably, this pertains to a mediation which took place on March 9 betweenread more →

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    Carbondale Report: Trustees contend with inflation

    All trustees were in attendance at the regular meeting on Feb. 28, 2022. After unanimously approving the consent agenda (a grant application to the Garfield County Federal Mineral Lease District for Chacos Park planning, accounts payable, minutes, a liquor license renewal and street dining approval for the Pour House), Jessica… read more →