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    Local athlete makes big splash in family tradition

    Amélie Ogilby swims for the local club swim team, Team Sopris, or the Sopris Barracudas as their fans know them. Recently, the 17-year-old athlete made her way to the Junior Nationals in Austin, Texas — a historic accomplishment for the Barracudas.

    From an early age, Ogiliby, now a junior at… read more →

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    Haciendo negocios en una confluencia de culturas

    Por Stella Guy Warren

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Cuando estaba en la primaria, mi madre y yo hacíamos viajes semanales a García’s Market y La Fogata, en busca de plátanos fritos con crema -un plato tradicional centroamericano-. Con las manos sudorosas, me acercaba al mostrador e intentaba pedir mi… read more →

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    CRMS invites you to be an osprey host

    If you’ve been along Highway 82 by El Jebel and Basalt, or driven 133 through Carbondale, you’ve probably seen these majestic beauty perched in massive nests atop a lamppost, power pole, bridge or other tall structures. Though not social with humans, ospreys certainly take advantage of our infrastructure. They have… read more →

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    Colorado Rocky Mountain School graduates carry forth tradition

    On Saturday, June 4, 43 seniors at Colorado Rocky Mountain School embarked on the next chapter of their lives. Excitement rose as students received flower crowns and boutonnieres. The graduation processional, led by Jeff Leahy, wove its way from the art complex to the graduation lawn where families, friends and… read more →

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    George Weber and Lynn Pulford prepare for life after CRMS

    Over the past 26 years, George Weber and Lynn Pulford have transformed Colorado Rocky Mountain School (CRMS) and, in return, it has transformed them. As they wrap up their final semester of teaching before retirement, they reflect on the value of their time there: introducing them to each other, giving… read more →

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    Mark Clark bids adieu to CRMS

    Mark Clark came to the Valley as a bright-eyed, bushy-tailed 25-year-old, and he hasn’t changed much since. His laugh has carried through the halls and meadows of Colorado Rocky Mountain School (CRMS) and now echoes off the Grand Tetons — at least for part of the year.

    Clark recently retired… read more →

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    Rams inician la temporada con fuerza

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    El equipo de fútbol masculino de la Roaring Fork High School (RFHS) tiene un sólido récord general de 9-1, un récord de 6-0 en el juego de la Liga Western Slope 4A/3A.

    La única derrota de los Rams fue elread more →

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    Rams soccer starts season strong

    The Roaring Fork High School (RFHS) Rams boys soccer team has a solid 7-1 overall record, a 5-0 record in 4A/3A Western Slope League play, and is currently in second place behind Coal Ridge in league standings.

    The Rams’ sole defeat was on Sept. 18, withread more →

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    George Weber: inspired by students’ enthusiasm

    George Weber is the long-time music teacher at Colorado Rocky Mountain School (CRMS). This conversation was edited for length.

    Q: Where are you from?

    A: I was born in Denver and spent most of my early childhood there. When I graduated from high school, I was playing… read more →

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    Glassblowing at CRMS refined by expertise

    José Chardiet glances through purple tinted glasses, checking on the molten-orange blob of viscous glass dangling off a metal rod. The blob twirls in sync as his lean arms push and pull. Studio assistant Martin Gerdin gathers more glass on another metal rod, moving skillfully around the smallread more →