Sofie Koski

  • Locations: Fiction, Opinion Published

    Work in Progress: Oct. 27, 2022

    Wendy Moore
    By Bob Schultz

    School servant leader
    Director of thespians
    Bravo Wendy Moore!

     

    End of the Leaves
    By Jampa 

    Leaves, most fallen down
    Follow me in on my shoes
    Crunching under foot.

     

    Ahhh…Fall
    By

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  • Locations: Fiction, Opinion Published

    Work in Progress - Oct. 5, 2022

    Dream Time
    By Tom Mercer

    Dream Induction Technologies Corporation (DITC) had established an incredible record of success since its creation in 2041. The company was founded by Jay Skillton-Adams, the neuroscientist who initially developed and commercialized the dream induction process.

    Skillton-Adams introducedread more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Continuing the life cycle with green burials

    Life is full of many cyclical trends — from fashion and food to names and colors — but it all starts with the cycle of life and, consequently, death. Burials, like produce, began trending in a less natural direction with the manipulation of an organic process.
    Pre-Civil War burials… read more →

  • Locations: Fiction Published

    Work in Progress - June 23, 2022

    The King of Panda Peak 

    By Nancy McAtavey

    “Honey, I’m home,” she called from the back door. “What have you been… oh, snap! You’ve got your ski boots on.” She set the shopping bag on the counter and reached for her cell phone. “I have to get a picture… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Snow day, schmo day!

    While Feb. 23 was a snow day for Roaring Fork School District (RFSD) students, the business of the Board of Education went forward. Their regularly-scheduled meeting, originally slated to be in-person at the district’s offices in Carbondale was, due to weather, held instead via Zoom.
    The board’s work session,… read more →

  • Locations: Español Published

    La educación en casa ofrece una alternativa

    Traducción por Dolores Duarte

    El sol empezaba a asomarse por la costa de California cuando se escuchó el suave sonido para el desayuno en la caravana de la familia Bannon-Levine, enclavada bajo las secuoyas. 

    Sin prisas, Katie Bannon, residente en Carbondale, y su marido, Scott Levine, conversaban con su… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    Why is journalism important?

    By Sopris Sun youth journalists

    Maeve Murray

    After joining The Sopris Sun’s new youth journalism program, we were asked one question: why is journalism important? We responded with various ways of saying: “getting information out to the public” and “connecting the community.” 

    However important these things are, throughout this… read more →

  • Locations: News Published

    "Feeling Walls" explores the fragile edge of art

    Sara Ransford has been living in the Valley since 1977, moving from Carbondale to Aspen, and then back to Carbondale. She worked as an art teacher at both the Carbondale Middle School and Carbondale Elementary School during the ‘80s and ‘90s, where she met Diane Kenney, a fellow art teacher… read more →