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    Rams overpower Longhorns in front of Homecoming crowd

    In the opening 10 seconds of Roaring Fork’s Friday night Homecoming clash with the Basalt Longhorns, the Rams intercepted a pass and Jake Barlow stung the palms of Longhorn’s goalkeeper Eric Palomares. Although he didn’t open the scoring, Barlow’s attempt set the tone for the evening: offensive tenacityread more →

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    Rams teams prepare for Homecoming Week

    Roaring Fork High School’s varsity sports teams saw limited action this past week, as the Rams prepare for the big Homecoming Week games coming up next.
    On the boys soccer front, the Rams played 3A Western Slope League rival Coal Ridge to a 1-1 tie on Sept. 14 in… read more →

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    Rain or shine… or sleet or snow

    Constantly changing spring weather has hardly slowed school athletics at Roaring Fork High School (RFHS). Admittedly, one girls soccer game against Basalt was twice postponed due to inclement weather, then ended in a tie on another snowy day! The rematch was fought on April 25 and won byread more →

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    Coach Cruz aims high

    Lately, we’ve all experienced the full spectrum of emotions surrounding the consistent string of winter storms that hit week after week. There’s momentary relief for those concerned about the drought-ridden Western Slope, glee for skiers and snowboarders, and disgust for those ready for the sunny days of spring. Spare a… read more →

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    Hot return to hoops season

    For most residents of Carbondale, mid-January signals a slow return to the structures of everyday life after a few weeks of holiday cheer. Students, parents, workers: we tend to creak back into our daily rhythms and forgive ourselves for taking things one slow step at a time. Not so for… read more →

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    Scuttlebutt - Dec. 22, 2022

    Breaking news
    On Wednesday morning, Dec. 21, civil rights law firm Killmer, Lane & Newman, LLP announced it has filed a race discrimination lawsuit on behalf of Michael Francisco against City Market, Inc., The Kroger Company and Tia Walker, manager of the self-check out area at the time of… read more →

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    Rams fall sports season starts strong

    Rams fans returned to the stands on Aug. 30 for a boisterous beginning to the fall sports season at Roaring Fork High School (RFHS). It was the first home game of the season, and the varsity volleyball team defeated Grand Junction, 3-0. Unlike last year, audience members were free to… read more →

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    Zoology 101

    One of the most unique classes at Roaring Fork High School is Zoology, taught by Rachel Cooper. The final project involves working in a small group to completely dissect a dead animal down to its bones and then reassemble the skeleton. 

    First, the students weigh and measure their animals… read more →

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    Roaring Fork High School sports wrap!

    Spring sports have nearly wrapped up for the year with teams moving through playoffs and toward championship titles. The Rams’ girls lacrosse team crushed Fruita Monument on Tuesday, May 10, scoring a 17-4 victory. Next, they will play against Thompson Valley High School on Thursday, May 12. They are currently… read more →

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    Chisme del Pueblo - 21 de octubre

    Traducción por Jacquelinne Castro

    Tabla de Carbondale

    La ciudad de Carbondale invita a los hispanohablantes a participar en una reunión pública con respecto a la actualización del plan comprensivo el miércoles 27 de octubre a las 6 p.m. Los resultados de la encuesta comunitaria reciente con respecto al plan comprensivo está… read more →