Glenwood Springs

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    Connecting disability advocates and community

    This is a summer of firsts for Glenwood Springs, at least when it comes to putting on Pride events. Most recently, the city celebrated disability pride at Two Rivers Park on July 26.

    The event marked the 32nd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, signed into law on July… read more →

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    Celebremos al aire libre

    Por Omar Sarabia

    Director de Defiende Nuestra Tierra

    El día Sábado, 23 de Julio, Defiende Nuestra Tierra junto con el Aspen Institute y el Servicio Forestal del White River, unieron esfuerzos para celebrar la Semana de la Conservación Latina en un evento llamado «Celebremos al Aire Libre».

    Foto de… read more →

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    Glenwood Garden Club gathers greenthumbs

    Since 1931, the Glenwood Garden Club has provided a space “to stimulate knowledge and love of gardening and aid in the protection of mature trees, plants and birds and encourage specific plantings,” according to its original mission. Today, its purpose remains much the same, Ann English, a formerread more →

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    Water Warriors: Honoring ordinary heroes

    By J.P. Frale

    Special to The Sopris Sun

    Considering the significant challenges we have faced as a nation, as a state and as a community in 2020 and 2021, the following real life story — about a group of dedicated individuals thrust into uncharted territory — inspires admiration. Our heroes… read more →

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    Strawberry Days makes a comeback

    Glenwood Springs’ 125th Strawberry Days festival is upon us. After a two-year respite, due to the pandemic, the fun returns June 17-19 at Two Rivers Park. 

    The historic celebration got its start on June 18, 1898. It was initially organized by the Tri-County Farmers Union to promote some of… read more →

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    Tag a Topek

    What the heck is a Topek?

    “The design and intent is inspired by the Inuit Topek house,” explains Blackhound Design Company. “It is a place that encourages gathering and community between people.”

    As dining stretched outside to allow for social distancing in 2020, theread more →

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    Cazadores de túneles: Piedras aún sin remover

    Por James Steindler y Myki Jones

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    Algo recientemente ha resurgido en la atención de la comunidad: susurros silenciosos de sistemas de túneles bajo la ciudad de Glenwood Springs. Así que, naturalmente, el equipo de The Sopris Sun se adentró en el subsuelo para traerles esta historia,… read more →

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    Tunnel busters: Stones yet unturned

    Produced in collaboration with correspondent Myki Jones

    Something recently has resurfaced in the community’s attention: hushed whispers of tunnel systems underneath the city of Glenwood Springs. So, naturally, The Sopris Sun team went underground to bring you this story, tattered with mystery at every twist and turn. There are some… read more →

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    Helping out the trout at Canyon Creek

    When the culvert was built in the ‘70s, planners knew it would be a problem for fish. The box culvert is two channels, each 10 feet wide and 300 feet long. It runs beneath Interstate 70 west of Glenwood Springs, connecting the cascading Canyon Creek with its final yards before… read more →

  • Locations: Letters Published

    Letters - Dec. 9, 2021

    Wurst way to go

    I was incredibly saddened to see the abrupt closing of WineTime this fall. The former owners and employees had built a truly unique retail experience. 

    Apart from the quality selection of beverages, the German deli and authentic staff recommendations provided something special to Carbondale. read more →