Paula Mayer

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    Inhale the future, exhale the past: Kula Yoga on Main is back!

    Just a short walk down the road from its previous location, Kula Yoga on Main has reopened and is ready to welcome yoga-lovers around the Roaring Fork Valley. Situated at 1201 Main Street in Carbondale, near the roundabout, Kula’s new home offers community members a yoga experience thatread 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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    Facilitando el acceso a actividades al aire libre

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    En 2021, más de la mitad de los estadounidenses participaron en algún tipo de actividad recreativa al aire libre, según el informe anual de tendencias recreativas de la Outdoor Industry Association (OIA). Aunque esta cifra ha ido en aumento desde la pandemia, la OIA también descubrió… read more →

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    On your mark, get set, puzzle!

    On Sunday Feb. 27, 23 four-person teams gathered on the indoor basketball court at the Carbondale Rec Center to compete in the first-ever Puzzle & Pie Night. First Place was taken by a team called, incidentally, Best Team Ever, completing their puzzle in one hour, 16 minutes and 57 seconds.… read more →

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    Opening the door to outdoor accessibility

    In 2021, over half of all Americans participated in some type of outdoor recreation, according to the Outdoor Industry Association’s (OIA) annual recreation trend report. Although this number has been steadily increasing since the pandemic, the OIA also found that there is a consistent and significant lack ofread more →

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    'It ain’t dying I’m talkin’ about — it’s living'

    On Monday night, Dec. 6, a group gathered at the Third Street Center to watch Tim Wilson’s 2008 documentary “Griefwalker.” The evening was hosted by Rita Marsh of The Center for Human Flourishing (formerly Davi Nikent) and Akaljeet Khalsa, a local practitioner of the healing arts, who recentlyread more →

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    Wolf reintroduction moves forward

    The road to reintroducing gray wolves in Colorado stretches on, circling back to Glenwood Springs, for the second time since mid-summer, for a public Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG) meeting on Oct. 27.

    The SAG meetings, which occur monthly at various parts of the state, are open to the public. In… read more →

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    Activists demand trustees dump oil and gas holdings

    More than 400 Carbondale area residents signed the petition delivered Friday to Interim Town Manager Kevin Schorzman, demanding that the Carbondale Board of Trustees divest Town finances from the Exxon and Chevron oil and gas bonds in the Town’s investment portfolio. John Hoffmann, a Carbondale blacksmith and formerread more →

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    Riding into the wreck

    It was the summer of 2019 and I was sitting in the grandstand at Gus Darien Arena. The first round of ranch bronc riding was underway. A bronc came flying out of the bucking chute and took that cowboy clear across the arena. A man on horseback roderead more →

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    Hanging Lake trail damage closes public access

    Damage from recent debris flows closed the Hanging Lake trail for the remainder of 2021 and work to restore the trail could continue into 2023. Thankfully, the area’s ecology is showing signs of a quick recovery. According to White River National Forest hydrologist Justin Anderson, “We saw intenseread more →