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    The future’s so bright... they have to wear blindfolds!

    Spring weather brings thoughts of baseball for some, but here in the Roaring Fork Valley, many athletes also dream of lacrosse. The Roaring Fork Girls Lacrosse Team, in its fourth year, is true to that name, with girls from Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, Basalt and Colorado Rocky Mountain School. This year… read more →

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    Rams punish pirates

    In any sport, it is no easy task to beat a team three times in a single season. In order to progress to the next round of the 3A Western Slope district tournament, the Roaring Fork Rams had no choice but to make it three victories in aread more →

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    RFV local pursues rare academic opportunity

    One of the research submissions accepted for the 2023 International Convention of Psychological Science (ICPS) in Brussels, Belgium, is being conducted by Ximena Gutierrez, a former Glenwood Springs High School student. Along with her team at Lindenwood University in Saint Charles, Missouri, Gutierrez has been working for the past semester… read more →

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    Senior wrestlers honored

    The Basalt High School Wrestling Program honored four seniors before taking on the Rifle Bears on Friday night in Carbondale. For seniors José Muñoz, a student at Bridges High School, and Brady Samuelson, a student at Roaring Fork High School, it was a doubly special evening. Both boys have worn… read more →

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    Rams rock Cowboys on Senior Night

    The Roaring Fork Rams boys varsity team had two jobs to do on Saturday night: honor their seniors and win a game of basketball. They did both, and then some.

    After suffering a 16-point loss to league rival Cedaredge on Friday night, Coach Jason Krieling and his team knew they… 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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    Local athlete makes big splash in family tradition

    Amélie Ogilby swims for the local club swim team, Team Sopris, or the Sopris Barracudas as their fans know them. Recently, the 17-year-old athlete made her way to the Junior Nationals in Austin, Texas — a historic accomplishment for the Barracudas.

    From an early age, Ogiliby, now a junior at… read more →

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    Basketball bounces back!

    Per tradition, basketball season at Roaring Fork High School began in earnest with the annual Brenda Patch Memorial Tournament last weekend, Dec. 2-3. Brenda Patch was a Roaring Fork High School athlete who’s life was tragically cut short on Thanksgiving Day, 1986.

    In her honor, all proceeds from the tournament… read more →

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    Summit For Life


    We are two months away from the kick-off to winter in Aspen. The Chris Klug Foundation (CKF) is back with our 17th annual Summit for Life! This year the event will be back in full force for the first time since 2019, including the post-race party at the top of…

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    Basalt falls to defending champ Eaton

    Basalt traveled to two-time defending state champion Eaton on Saturday, Nov. 12, hoping to earn a spot in this weekend’s semifinals. The Longhorns and the Fighting Reds carried winning streaks of ten games and 9 games, respectively, into the matchup, but only one team could move on.

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