Our Town

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    Our Town: Arthur Franklin follows the flow

    As part of an ongoing, get-to-know-your-neighbors series, The Sopris Sun interviews folks in and around Carbondale that may not otherwise appear in the paper. We welcome guest features of this sort emailed to news@soprissun.com

    This interview has been edited for length and clarity.


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    Our Town: Unlocking secrets with Ethan McVoy

    The Local Locksmith Company opened for operation in August 2021. Since then, the company’s owner, and a Carbondale local, Ethan McVoy, has been helping those stuck outside their homes or vehicles. He shared with The Sopris Sun a little about himself and the locksmithing trade. This interview was edited forread more →

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    Our Town: Kat Dressman puts the fun in fundamental reading

    Editor’s note: This interview has been edited for length and clarity

    Q: Where are you from?

    A: I grew up in a lot of different places, but I was born in Plano, Texas, and I lived there for about eight years. Then I lived in Colorado for a little bit… read more →

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    Our Town: What’s cookin’ with Calder Morrison?

    The Sopris Sun’s “Our Town” series introduces folks from the community to its readers. For this feature, correspondent Kate Phillips caught up with Calder Morrision, owner and operator of Gaijin Ramen House. 

    Let’s dive in! Where are you from?

    I was born in Louisville, Colorado, but really grew up… read more →

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    Tyler Stableford lends a helping hand

    There is a small building near Sopris Park in Carbondale that is easily overlooked. It is unassuming, much like the award-winning photographer/director that conducts his successful business from that location. In fact, Tyler Stableford, the owner of Tyler Stableford Productions, is better known by his national clients (whoread more →

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    ‘Voice of the Co-op’ gets hands-on with history

    As part of an ongoing series of interviews with folks you might not have seen in the paper before, we caught up with Jeremy Dwiggins, an active member of the Society for Creative Anachronism – a 501c3 educational group focused on study and recreation of life, culture, andread more →