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    Basalt Report: Councilors dream up care center in Willits

    The necessary quorum of four out of seven Basalt town councilors were present at Tuesday night’s regular meeting and dispatched their agenda in an hour. Mayor pro tem Ryan Slack filled in for Mayor Bill Kane, who was absent.

    Three conceptual designs by Land+Shelter in Carbondaleread more →

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    Great Expectations, rebranding and revitalizing

    In recognition of its expanding services, Family Visitors Program (FVP) has changed its name to Great Expectations.

    Rebranding for the Glenwood Springs-based nonprofit, founded in 1983, was announced in May by Executive Director Andrew Romanoff, with reassurance that its mission — “to strengthen and empower families,read more →

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    RMKC rolls through life’s speed bumps

    It’s easy to notice the vibrant, multi-colored Rocky Mountain Kid C.L.U.B.S. (RMKC) RV rolling through town; it’s even easier to spot the dazzling smile of RMKC co-founder, Maureen Thompson, behind the steering wheel.

    “I can’t even believe it,” Thompson, M.Ed., enthused. “Look at this thing! I did it! Another dream… read more →

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    BURSTING INTO SPRING BREAK

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    Rocky Mountain Kid C.L.UB.S. is running a fun filled week of adventure, crafts, games, friendships Monday, March 21 through Friday, March 25, 2022. The program runs 9:00 am to 3:00pm and is open to K- 5th graders $300 per child.
    Don’t MISS OUT on a GREAT week for your…

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    Working parents find few childcare options for infants and toddlers

    After receiving their joyful news, parents expecting their first baby are initiated into another fact of life: there’s a waitlist at every licensed early childcare center between Parachute and Aspen. “People hear through the grapevine that the moment they know they are pregnant they must get on a waitlist,” says… read more →

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    FVP offers support for parents

    The tagline on the Family Visitor Programs (FVP) website reads: “Because babies don’t come with care instructions.” As most new parents would attest, that statement is accurate, and those first few years of raising a child can feel rocky. One question that continuously looms large for manyread more →