• Locations: News Published

    Runnin' on turkey legs

    Nothing gets one in the mood to gobble gobble like a good old fashioned foot race, as evidenced by 470 registrations for this year’s Turkey Trot hosted by Carbondale Parks and Recreation. 

    Jeff Colt and Kara Lapoint took the cake for overall fastest times, completingread more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    La actualización del Plan Integral alcanza su crescendo

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    En enero de 2021, la junta administrativa de Carbondale votó para actualizar el Plan Integral de 2013 de la ciudad. El 15 de noviembre, después de casi dos años, la resolusión será votada para su adopción en una audiencia…

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  • Locations: News Published

    Comp Plan Update reaches its crescendo

    In January 2021, Carbondale’s Board of Town Trustees voted to update the town’s 2013 Comprehensive Plan. On Nov. 15, after nearly two years, the outcome will be voted on for adoption at a public hearing hosted at Town Hall at 6 p.m.

    The process involved robust public participation including an… read more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Carbondale takes bold steps on climate

    Opinion by Dave Reed

    “Slow and steady wins the race,” goes the saying. But when it comes to climate change, we’re in a race against time. Recent reports by the United Nations and others show how far behind we already are. We need to be moving fast and steady.

    Consensus… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Carbondale Report: What’s with 2A?

    This election, Carbondale residents have the opportunity to vote on Proposition 2A, a new tax on short-term rentals to help fund affordable housing initiatives. The Taxpayer Bill of Rights requires that any proposed tax go to the voters.

    In early 2022, the advocacy group Community Firstread more →

  • Locations: Columns, Opinion Published

    Housing Carbondale

    Opinion by Mayor Ben Bohmfalk

    Affordable housing has long been Carbondale’s most vexing challenge, with limited supply, seemingly unlimited demand, and no dedicated local revenue source to address it. But change is on the horizon. With housing revenue on the Nov. 8 ballot, a Board of Trustees focused on solutions,… read more →

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    Farm Fest


    Carbondale Farm Fest – a celebratory nod to harvest season, ranching culture, and local food. An event where we celebrate our land, our heritage, and the spirit of our town.

    Farm Fest is a weekend long series of different activations and will be an opportunity to engage locals and visitors…

  • Locations: News Published

    Last pour: Batch Provisions closes Nov. 4

    Aly Sanguily and Chase Engel, married owners and operators of Batch Provisions, announced to patrons that their establishment, one of Carbondale’s most beloved watering holes, will be closing its doors on Nov. 4.

    Batch moved in at 358 Main Street, a building that’s over 110 yearsread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Carbondale Report: Trustees revisit STR ordinance

    All trustees were present at the regular meeting on Sept. 27.

    As part of their annual budgeting process, the board continued to hear updates from partners, including Senior Matters and Clean Energy Economy for the Region (CLEER).

    But first, during general comments by trustees, Lani Kitching announced that Wilderness Workshop… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Former Marble resident achieves prestigious Naval rank

    Commander Elouise “Ellie” Hurst had a childhood most today can only imagine. Growing up as “one of the Marble kids,” she experienced independence, adventure and a self-awareness that ultimately shaped her impressive career in the Navy — including her recent promotion as the commanding officer of the Center for Naval… read more →